Yes, this is true. According to an article written on Cleveland Clinic titled, "7 Worst Snacks Your Dietitian Would Never Eat," it states that any baked chip is bad for your health. "They’re highly processed and often so low in fat that you can consume large quantities without ever feeling full. This can increase blood sugar and cause an insulin surge, promoting fat storage."
Also, in the same article is states that potato chips are also bad for your health. "Potato chips lack any significant nutritional value, therefore are empty calories, period. They’re also are high in fat, and low in fiber and protein."
Furthermore, in an article written by Bridget Coila titled, "What are the negative effects of chips," she describes the negative effects on ones health that comes with eating potato chips. These negative effects include weight gain, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. "Chips are typically high in fat and calories, which can raise the risk of weight gain and obesity. One ounce of plain potato chips, or about 15 to 20 chips, contains about 10 grams of fat and 154 calories."