Deceptively Fattening Foods in Your Supermarket Cart
Here's why you should be wary of salad kits in a bag and other seemingly healthy items. Plus, one "junk food" that really isn't so bad after all.
Bottled Iced Tea
Tea's benefits are well-known; green tea, in particular, has been shown to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. However, Somer says many of the iced teas for sale at supermarkets and in restaurants are basically sugar water, containing anywhere from 12 to 21 grams of sugar per serving. Plus, research shows homemade iced tea retains more antioxidants than store-bought.