By now everyone knows ordering a gargantuan restaurant salad can quickly rack up more calories than a bacon double cheeseburger with fries, right?
Restaurants know you know, so they attempt to stay two steps ahead of you with stunts like "lite" salads that are actually just smaller portions of their fat-bomb monstrosities.
I'm likewise flabbergasted what ingredients sometimes land in the "healthy" salad section, which are actually high-sugar impact catastrophes. These five salad ingredients masquerade as "healthy" picks when they're, in fact, stalling your fat loss.
Next time you're at the salad bar, or making your own at home, make sure to avoid these biggest phony toppings: