7 White Foods 

Most health experts would agree that basing your dietary choices strictly on a food’s color is an oversimplified way to approach good nutrition.

1. White bread

White bread and similar foods made from refined grains tend to be high in carbs and low in nutrients. Try swapping them for whole grain versions instead.

2. White pasta

Pastas made from refined grains may be less nutritious than those made from whole grains. Choose a whole grain pasta or try those made from legumes for even more fiber and protein.

3. White rice

White rice tends to negatively affect blood sugar balance to a greater extent than whole grain rice.

4. White sugar

The overconsumption of added sugar is linked to weight gain and an increased risk of chronic disease. For a more nutritious option,

5. Salt

Salt is essential for health, but many modern diets contain far too much. Using more nutrient-rich herbs and spices to flavor your foods is a great

6. White potatoe

White potatoes are very nutritious, but they’re often prepared using unhealthy methods. If you usually eat white potatoes,

7. Animal-based fat

Substituting animal-based saturated fats with plant-based unsaturated fats may promote heart health.

7. Animal-based fat

Substituting animal-based saturated fats with plant-based unsaturated fats may promote heart health.