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50 Foods So Unhealthy They're Evil

Eat This, Not That! Logo By The Editors of Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 51: If losing weight and eating healthy is your mission, then avoiding the unhealthiest foods is your number one priority. But sometimes, discerning what good foods are from the bad ones, or even the “evil” ones, can be a challenge. Take almond milk, for instance. Sure, it’s lower in calories and has no saturated fat compared to cow’s milk, but if you’re not careful, you can buy one filled with additives and cane sugar.To help you make the best choices when you’re at the grocery or dining out, the editors at Eat This, Not That! put together this definitive list of the 50 unhealthiest foods—along with healthy swaps for each, so you can still enjoy your favorite foods without sacrificing flavor or texture. Discover the best and worst, and then check out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods for 2018.

50 Foods So Unhealthy They're Evil

If losing weight and eating healthy is your mission, then avoiding the unhealthiest foods is your number one priority. But sometimes, discerning what good foods are from the bad ones, or even the “evil” ones, can be a challenge. Take almond milk, for instance. Sure, it’s lower in calories and has no saturated fat compared to cow’s milk, but if you’re not careful, you can buy one filled with additives and cane sugar.

To help you make the best choices when you’re at the grocery or dining out, the editors at Eat This, Not That! put together this definitive list of the 50 unhealthiest foods—along with healthy swaps for each, so you can still enjoy your favorite foods without sacrificing flavor or texture. Discover the best and worst, and then check out the 100 Unhealthiest Foods for 2018.

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