As a general rule of thumb, stay away from Gluten Free products that try to mimic the taste or texture of regular white bread or other white-flour non-nutritious items. As you study the label you may find a huge list of starches (corn starch, potato starch, tapioca starch, etc.) because these help give it that white-bread copycat taste. Avoid products that contain these ingredients! They are not the healthiest and should be eaten sparingly.
Instead, look for Gluten Free alternatives that list healthier flour options: brown rice, sorghum, almond meal, flax seed meal, oat flour, bean flours, etc. These will be better options. Remember, just because it says "Gluten Free," it does not mean it's healthier for you!