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Their benefit is that they contain almost the same stuff as bananas: food fiber, iron, potassium, and magnesium. Yet manufacturers add flavor enhancers and sugar to banana chips and often deep-fry them.

How to replace: homemade banana chips cooked in the oven or air-dried.

Crispbread

There are many varieties of crispbread. You can often meet snacks looking like crispbread that contain harmful oils.

How to replace: just read the composition carefully. There shouldn’t be yeast, modified starch, preservatives, dyes, or antioxidants. The best crispbread is made from whole grains or coarse whole wheat flour.

Gluten-Free Foods

Gluten is a protein contained in grains, and it’s the thing that makes it possible to mix flour with water. It’s dangerous only for people with gluten intolerance, and they comprise only 1% of Earth’s population. Everyone else shouldn’t avoid these proteins without consulting a doctor. Gluten-free foods contain a lot of refined additives, which makes them only more harmful.

How to replace: common bread. Don’t eat too much of it, but don’t be afraid of it either.

Dried and candied fruit

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Dried fruits are healthy in themselves, but to protect them from mold and keep their color, they’re treated with fungicides and sulfur dioxide. As for candied fruits, their benefit is even less because of the huge amount of sugar.

How to replace: try to dry fruit at home — it’s not that difficult, but it’s much more healthy.

 

 

 

Processed cheese

In addition to the fact that there are lots of additives in processed cheese, it contains an immense amount of sodium. For example, a sandwich with 3 slices of processed cheese will cover 2/3 of the daily requirement for this element.

How to replace: different kinds of quality cheese, salted cottage cheese.

 

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