10 Junk Foods That Are Actually Not So Bad for You


Graham crackers

Less sugar than the average packaged cookie, and graham flour is a type of whole grain wheat flour, which has more fiber & vitamins than white flour.


A beneficial snack during times of stress due to its magnesium content, which may help replenish depleted levels caused by stress.


Potential benefits in fighting heart disease, vitamin K2, essential for bone and artery health, a good source of calcium and other nutrients

Ice cream

A tasty source of calcium and protein, while low-fat versions often have more sugar and additives to compensate for the reduced fat content.

Beef jerky

A low impact on insulin levels, but be mindful of sodium and preservatives in some varieties, low-sodium, and grass-fed options.


With high fiber content and low calories, enjoying popcorn by the handful can be a satisfying snack choice, sodium levels and types of fats.

Salted nuts

A nutritious snack option, providing protein, vitamins, fiber, antioxidants, and healthy unsaturated fats. Content can help promote satiety,


A low-calorie condiment, is rich in vitamins A and C, along with the antioxidant lycopene. Organic ketchup has been found to contain 60% more lycopene.


Lower saturated fat and is a source of monounsaturated fat, which can aid in reducing cholesterol levels, protein and omega-3 fatty acids.


Well-balanced meal with beans, lettuce, meat, whole wheat tortilla, and salsa. Considering their high calorie content, splitting a burrito in two meals.

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