Eating foods after checking out their nutritional value levels have become a common practice today, so that we can actually check and calculate the amount of every micronutrient we are letting in our diet. However; there are certain things that we often use with our foods or foods that have already been stamped as “healthy” in our minds, that we rarely do check the nutritional values for. For instance; we may never check the nutritional statistics for ketchup. However; we allow a significant amount of it to get into our body, without calculating the amount of fat and calories coming from it. Here are some such food elements that we often eat without checking their nutritional levels or due to having a general assumption that they are healthy for our bodies, while in reality they are not.