Walk down any aisle in the grocery store and you’ll find “healthy” slapped across dozens of labels. So it’s no surprise there are foods we think are good for us that nutritionists would not recommend. The biggest culprit? Granola bars. Fewer than one third of nutritionists deem the common snack healthy, but nearly three quarters of average Americans do, according to a survey conducted by The New York Times. Check out the graphic below to see the other foods we think are healthier than they are:
Photo: The New York Times
The good news is: Most of the time we’re right when we think something is good for us. You can see how average Americans and nutritionists rank 50 common foods in a snazzy chart by clicking the button below.
This article was written by McKenzie Maxson from Greatist and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.