By Sara Broek; Reviewed by Hope S. Warshaw, R.D., CDE, BC-ADM, 2011
Some foods are obvious healthy choices -- fresh blueberries, leafy spinach, grilled chicken. But some foods have a "healthy" halo even though they may be high in calories, fat, or carbohydrate.
The following 10 "healthy foods" aren't as nutritious as you might think, so Diabetic Living helps you find ways to make over these foods with delicious, taste-tested, and dietitian-approved recipes you can make at home.
The same smart-eating guidelines apply to eating healthy foods as to any other food: Control your portions, read the nutrition information if it has a nutrition facts label, and choose light or low-fat toppings. Being aware of what you eat is always a good choice.
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