7 snack foods, ranked by how unhealthy they are
There's nothing wrong with a little snacking between meals — as long as you're choosing healthy foods.
Unfortunately, many traditional snack foods taste good, but don't have much nutritional value.
We talked to nutritionist Kim Larson, RDN and media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, to identify a few snack foods that are good for you, and some to avoid.
Below is a list of seven types of snack foods, ranked from most to least healthy.
Avoid store-bought trail mixes with add-ins like M&Ms.Hannah Green / Shutterstock