Get the real scoop on eats that are commonly mistaken for being diet-friendly
What’s in a name? In the case of certain foods, nutrition connotations that are misleading. Take granola, for instance: It has an undeniably earthy, wholesome ring to it, but depending on its ingredients, preparation and portioning, it can be as bad for you as a plateful of brownies. And it’s not the only food whose moniker belies a bevy of calories and fat. Click below to discover 10 common offenders and learn how to make them live up to their healthy reputations.