18. Energy Drinks
When we need a quick pick-me-up, we often turn to drinks high in caffeine, and more often than not go for energy drinks. Instead of these drinks, which have been reported to the FDA numerous times for the possibility of causing heart attacks, convulsion, and even death, stick to coffee.
17. Gluten-Free Baked Goods
With today’s trending diet habits, people often give up or take on foods that do more harm than good. If you haven’t been diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, then it is highly likely that you don’t need to eat gluten-free. Not to mention, gluten-free baked goods like bread, cookies, and crackers are often packed with more refined flours, artificial ingredients, and sugar than common baked goods.
16. Flavored Non-Dairy MilkRelated: Milk Varieties: What’s Right for Your Heart?
As delicious as they may be, flavored non-dairy milk is not on the healthy list. Let’s face it, vanilla-eggnog-caramel soy milk isn’t the healthiest option. If you’re looking for non-dairy milk due to personal dietary restrictions, then the best way to go is to buy unsweetened versions.