10 foods people mistakenly think are healthy, according to a doctor

Granola Bars: While marketed as a healthy snack, many granola bars are loaded with added sugars, artificial flavors, and preservatives.

Flavored Yogurt: Flavored yogurts often contain high amounts of added sugars to enhance taste.

Fruit Juice: Despite being derived from fruit, many fruit juices lack the fiber found in whole fruits and are concentrated sources of natural sugars.

Gluten-Free Processed Foods: Gluten-free processed foods like bread, pasta, and snacks may contain added sugars, unhealthy fats.

Diet Soda: Although marketed as a healthier alternative to regular soda due to its lack of calories, diet soda contains artificial sweeteners.

Pre-Packaged Salads: Pre-packaged salads often contain high-calorie dressings, fried toppings, and excessive amounts of cheese or croutons.

Veggie Chips: While veggie chips may seem healthier than traditional potato chips, they are often fried and contain high levels of sodium and unhealthy fats.

Processed Veggie Burgers: Many processed veggie burgers contain added fillers, preservatives, and unhealthy fats to mimic the taste and texture of meat.

Energy Bars: Similar to granola bars, energy bars can be packed with added sugars, artificial ingredients, and unhealthy fats.

Processed Breakfast Cereals: Most processed breakfast cereals are high in added sugars, refined grains, and artificial additives.