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50 Things Nutritionists Never Eat—So You Shouldn’t Either

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Lindsay Tigar of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 2 of 50: Love to curl up in front of The Voice with some vino and a buttery bag of popcorn? Resist. 'I once ripped open an unpopped microwave popcorn bag and I haven't eaten it since! There are too many artificial chemicals used in the flavorings inside the microwavable bag and I prefer to avoid overly processed products like this as much as possible,' Amer explains. But if you're pop-crazy and can't stop, she suggests making your own with popcorn kernels, a brown paper bag and olive oil with a touch of salt.

Microwave popcorn

Love to curl up in front of The Voice with some vino and a buttery bag of popcorn? Resist. 'I once ripped open an unpopped microwave popcorn bag and I haven't eaten it since! There are too many artificial chemicals used in the flavorings inside the microwavable bag and I prefer to avoid overly processed products like this as much as possible,' Amer explains. But if you're pop-crazy and can't stop, she suggests making your own with popcorn kernels, a brown paper bag and olive oil with a touch of salt.

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