Steven Macari, founder of the SLVRBK mat and a New York based holistic health practitioner, breaks down the afternoon cravings that are only masquerading as healthy. See if you're embracing the hype.
Most energy bars are loaded with sugar, artificial sweeteners and poor quality ingredients. While they may give you a quick or false boost in energy they leave you craving more sweets within a short period of time. When looking at the label if you see more than 7 ingredients and you can't pronounce half of them you probably shouldn't be eating it. Instead, look for a bar that is made of organic ingredients and real foods.
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Fruit Stand Fruit
While that fruit stand on your local corner may look nice, the fruit is probably of the lowest quality around. This fruit is likely conventionally raised on farms outside of the US. This means they have been sprayed with loads of pesticides, herbicides, have been grown in poorRead More »from 5 Snacks that You Think Are Healthy - but Aren't