You've been dieting for months, but not seeing results. You think you're eating healthy, but a closer look at the menu exposes some diet disasters.
One of your first pitfalls may pop up at the salad bar.
Dieticians with the Cleveland Clinic say to stick to the veggies and avoid bacon bits, eggs and creamy dressings.
A couple of after-dinner drinks may not seem like much, but just one 6 ounce cocktail can have as many as 150 calories.
You may have also been tricked into thinking granola is a healthy breakfast food, but most store-bought granolas are high in calories and loaded with sugar.