Friday, July 6, 2012

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9 Biggest Pitfalls at the Health Food Store

You should think twice before throwing that gluten-free, seemingly healthy snack into your cart. See the 9 unhealthiest picks at Whole Foods now

9 Biggest Pitfalls at the Health Food Store

This is a diet article

When I walk into Whole Foods, I feel like I have the grocery store equivalent of a "Get Out of Jail Free" card. I don't check the nutrition label because I assume that everything in the store is healthy. But turns out even health food stores have gluttonous snacks that aren't so great for you and your summer diet. Before your next trip, see which 9 snacks are the unhealthiest picks.

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