Here is the selection of products that are marketed as useful, but in fact are not. Many include these foods in the diet, but experts believe that their use should be minimized, according to fishki.net.
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Energy bars. It is believed that these bars contain a large amount of vitamins and nutrients, but can you remember that at least one doctor mentioned them? These bars contain white flour and saturated fats, as well as sugar, which together don't add you health. They also don't contain the amount of fiber that you expect. One such bar can satisfy your hunger and give you extra 400 calories a day.