"Real fruit in every bite".
Must be good for you, no?
And yet looking at their nutrition fact panels I learned two things.
Firstly that despite there being "fruit in every bite", no bites contain any vitamin C - odd given vitamin C is something I thought was found in most "real" fruit.
Secondly that these are pretty much nutritionally equivalent to Chips-A-Hoy cookies though to be fair they do contain 20% fewer calories and 10% less sugar.
Here's a shopping tip for you: If you put "fruit" in a cookie, it's still a cookie.
Eat cookies because you love cookies, but don't let someone dupe you into thinking you're making a healthful choice or that fruit-inclusive cookies somehow are a "better" cookie choice.
Less bad is not the same as good. --YF
I cannot tell you how often I get in the "but I eat healthy" discussion with someone trying to lose weight.
You may eat healthy foods (or you may just think you make healthy choices but like Yoni's post indicates -- you may have bought snake oil). However, if you're eating too much healthy food (as determined by your weight gain), you're still eating too much food!
Ratchet it back! 9 bites per day. Start listening to your body to determine whether you are physically hungry or some emotion is driving you to eat (boredom, anyone?) 9 bites fewer = enough calories to lose 1/2 - 1 pound per week. Find. Those. Bites.