These pizza rolls contain sausage, pepperoni, and mozzarella cheese imitation, making them a snack containing dubious ingredients.
There's a lot of strawberry flavor, but it's also prepared with corn syrup, artificial flavors, and Red 40 food dye, so it's not exactly healthy.
This bar's lackluster ingredient list is mostly due to its use of refined sugar and synthetic flavors.
Beef made from plants could seem like a better option for your health.
This meal is not the most diet-friendly option, as one serving has a staggering 530 calories and 27 grams of fat.
The carb, salt, and fat content of this pasta dish are quite substantial. Pasta night is coming up, and while this is a tasty option, it isn't the ideal plan B.
This breakfast bowl contains an excessive quantity of sodium for something to be considered heart-healthy.
With no artificial ingredients, 12 grams of protein per serving, and hidden carrots in each bite, both children and adults can appreciate this kid-friendly frozen meal.
If you are attempting to avoid artificial food pigments and artificial flavors, you should avoid this treat.
However, doing so will provide more sodium, protein, and cholesterol than is recommended for an entire day.
Two tablespoons of this will provide you with more calories than a McDonald's burger with a small side of French fries.
These pops are primarily composed of sugar, water, and artificial flavoring and colors.