Have you ever eaten something because you thought it was healthy, but later found out that food wasn't good for you at all?
Don't be embarrassed if the answer is "yes." Advertising and misinformation surround what we eat and can make every food appear healthy—even if nothing could be farther from the truth.
To help you distinguish food friend from food foe, we asked two registered dieticians, Lauren Antonucci and Lisa Moskovitz of Nutrition Energy, a sports performance nutrition center in New York City, to unmask some of the diet-sabotaging villains hiding behind "healthy" labels. Here are their nine worst offenders: