I'm Diane Hoch, and this is foods you shouldn't eat that seem healthy. You may think you are getting a healthy food with a prepackaged granola bar or a health drink but think twice. Unhealthy additives can have a sneaky way of finding themselves on the ingredient list. Being a good food detective is key in determining which choices make the most sense. So what I say is read, read, read. We're going to learn to read our packaging. Read your labels. So for instance we take a granola bar. One of the worst culprits of foods that seem healthy we're told are granola. It's healthy. On the outside of the package they say heart healthy, full of fiber, good for you. But yet it can actually be worse then a candy bar. Most important thing look at the ingredients. They can't lie on the ingredient labels. So lift it up. They might try to sneak it under one of these little labels or something. Lift it up and read and look at it. Same thing that goes for sports drinks. You know here's a healthy one. You can make your own instead of buying one in the store with a lot of added sugar, artificial ingredients, artificial flavors, hydrogenated oil, high fructose corn syrup, artificial ingredients. Things you can't pronounce, stay away from them. Be a food detective, read your labels. And look for natural ingredients that you know what they are. Packaged and processed foods can be full of refined ingredients that can damage our bodies. While a whole foods diet is the most nutritious way to eat, learning how to read labels can ensure that you make better choices when you need to grab something on the go.