One thing I have learned. It's hard to pick pre-packaged food that is "healthy". Yes you can make better choices, but if you are trying to eat "whole food" you are going to have trouble with just about anything that comes in a package. Food Rules # 8 "Avoid foods that make health claims". Food Rules #9 "Avoid foods with the words lite, nonfat or low fat in their names." (usually code for more sugar or salt) Food Rules #10 "Avoid foods pretending to be something they're not." (for example margarine or egg beaters)
On this blog- 100 Days of Real Food- Lisa helps explain the ingredients label and what might look like "health food" is not necessarily so- part 1, part 2, part 3. It was a real eye-opener to me! Watch out for the words made from "multi-grains" or just "wheat" instead of "whole wheat". Did you know most "wheat" bread is just like white bread- they just make it look brown with caramel coloring?