Formerly Healthy Foods

Child lunchboxes used to include fruit juice cocktails and juice-flavored soft beverages. Their sugar content might be comparable to soda, and they typically contain artificial colors and flavors. 

Despite being marketed as a low-glycemic natural sweetener, agave syrup has more fructose than high-fructose corn syrup and no fiber or nutrients.

Bran muffins were popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s as a healthy breakfast alternative. However, they can have 400 calories and 36 grams of sugar with only 3 grams of fiber. Daily sugar intake should not exceed 24–36 grams, according to the American Heart Association.

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Once considered a terrific way to start the day, many breakfast cereals include processed carbohydrates with no protein or fiber. Mini marshmallows, candy bar tastes, and frosted coatings make us wonder why our parents allowed us eat this.

Heat and chemical extraction can induce molecular instability in this highly refined oil, which was formerly beneficial due to its low saturated fat content. Canola oil readily oxidizes or goes rancid.

Even while canned soups have been around for almost a century, their high salt level has just lately come under scrutiny. Patients with hypertension should avoid even low-sodium variants.

Diet drinks may not have calories or sugar, yet they can cause weight gain and metabolic syndrome. It may be because the sweet flavor without calories makes individuals seek more sugary and calorie-rich items.

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