Sorry, These Foods Aren’t As Healthy As You Think

bowl of dried fruitSometimes, we think we’re making all the right food choices, but really, those so-called healthy snacks are secretly adding inches to your waistline. Here are five sugar-laden foods that are advertised and labeled as healthy but are actually doing you more harm than good.

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1. Bagels

While bagels may seem like a perfect choice for those mornings when you’re on the go, these nutritional facts will have you rethinking that choice. The average bagel contains around 294 calories and 58 grams of carbohydrates. Oh my! But, that doesn’t mean you have to completely swear off bagels for good. Choose smaller bagels or eat only half and pair it with fresh fruit for a healthier breakfast.