The ‘healthier’ foods that are worse than full-fat versions

‘Buzzwords such as “skinny” and “wholegrain” mean it’s very easy for the consumer to be misled into thinking something is healthier than it is,’ says dietitian Dr Sarah Schenker.

Indeed, three recent studies from the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University found that putting low-fat labels on snack foods encouraged people to eat up to 50 per cent more than those who were given the exact same food without these labels.

Source: The ‘healthier’ foods that are WORSE than full-fat versions | Daily Mail Online