We all know we should eat more fruits and vegetables, but everyone indulges in "bad" foods from time to time. Even registered dietitians will tell you that eating these—often processed—foods won't change your health over the long haul. However, there are some foods you should habitually avoid. Find out which 12 foods are deal breakers—always. By Hannah Burkhalter and Jamie Vespa, MS, RD
The main ingredient in white bread is refined, bleached flour. Refined means that before being ground into flour, the wheat underwent the highest level of processing, and multiple parts were removed to extend shelf life. These parts include the bran and the hull, which hold the bulk of the protein and fiber content. Wheat and multi-grain breads are usually made from white flour despite their deceiving names. A 100-percent whole-grain bread will always list a whole-grain ingredient first on the label.