It felt so right, but it wasn't. Here's a list of foods you thought were the right decision but weren't.
1. Wheat and Multi-Grain breads. According to HowStuffWorks.com , wheat bread made with wheat flour is just as bad as white bread because both are made with enriched flour which is stripped of nutrients when it's processed.
2. Smoothies. While the fruit base in smoothies are healthy, many chains offer the drinks in portions that are too big and have a large amount of added sugar, according to CookingLight.com .
3. Yogurt. According to Mens Health , most major brands of yogurt, particularly "fruit on the bottom" types, have just as much sugar as a can of soda.
4. Reduced Fat Peanut Butter. According to a PBS Newshour blog , when manufacturers take the fat out of peanut butter, they often replace that fat with more sugar.
5. Granola. According to WebMD, granola got a reputation for being healthy in the 1960s because it was better for you than the sugary cereals on the market at the time. In reality, granola often contains a high amount of trans fat, sugar and calories.
6. Sushi. While fish and rice both have great nutritional value, Mens Health says some popular choices like shrimp tempura pack 500 calories per roll.
7. Sports Drinks. According to CookingLight.com , sports drinks containe electrolytes that are important to fuel intense workouts, but aren't needed for light activity. For every day, water or a calorie-free beverage is a healthier solution.