It's not always easy to tell which products on the shelf are healthy and which aren’t.
Manufacturers often plaster their packaging with health claims, making some items seem healthy when they’re really full of added sugar.
The most common examples include labels like “natural,” "healthy," "low-fat," "diet," and "light." While these products may be low in fat and calories, they’re often packed with added sugar.
Do your best to ignore these claims and carefully read the label instead.