So, you’ve made the decision to get down the gym on a regular basis, improve your lifestyle and eat a healthier diet. This may mean opting for ‘health foods’ when doing the weekly shop or popping out for lunch.
Well, beware! Many of these so called health foods are not what they seem to be.
As seen above, the foods that many of us consider to be healthy are often quite the opposite. For example:
Others that spring to mind that fool people are things such as cereal bars. Just take a quick look at the nutritional info on the pack.
When so many things are marketed as healthy, it’s so difficult to know what’s good for you and what’s better off in the bin. Don’t forget to check the packet for things such a sugar and fat content. And remember to just use your head; if it’s marketed as healthy, smothered in chocolate and seems to good to be true, it probably is. The safest bet is to keep it simple and go for the foods you know are healthy.
Despite the benefits we’ve learned about protein powders, not all of them are keto-friendly. Just like any product for people on a low-carb diet, you need to read the label closely to make sure you’re not consuming added carbs and sugars.