Healthy eating is a lifestyle that more and more people are finally subscribing to. …And corporations are totally taking advantage of it! Strolling the aisles of your favorite grocery store, you’ll pass innumerable products that label themselves as “health food”, doing their best to capitalize on this noble trend. We can all be a bit skeptical of ‘to-good-to-be-true’ advertising (rightfully so!), and food companies should not be exempt from our suspicions. While the FDA does have rules in place to protect consumers, food corporations can stretch the rules to their limits in order to satisfy certain ideals. So, for the common consumer, how do we know if a “health food” is actually that? Let’s take a look at a few products that you should be choosy with: Granola Bars: Often viewed as nutritious on-the-go snacks, granola bars are easy to stuff in a desk drawer or a backpack for a…