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.
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We're never quite sure who the winner (or loser) should be in the Baked Breakfast Goods Olympics: muffins, bagels or croissants? But among the carb- and butter-laden competitors, a bran muffin appears to be a wise choice...right? Actually, Somer says, these healthful-seeming breakfast items can have up to 500 calories and 20 grams of fat. If you really want to order one alongside your latte, go for it—but split it with a friend, since one muffin is often closer to the equivalent of 3 to 4 servings.