Nutrition facts that should be common sense, but aren’t
Low-fat doesn't mean healthy: Several studies suggest that it neither works for weight loss nor disease prevention.
Fruit juices aren't great: Many people believe that fruit juices are healthy, as they come from fruit.
You don't need to eat every two to three hours: Some people believe that having smaller, more frequent meals may help them lose weight.
Meat doesn't rot your colon: Your body is well-equipped to digest and absorb all the important nutrients found in meat.
Eggs are super healthy: Eggs are one of the healthiest and most nutritious foods you can eat.
It's important to feed your gut bacteria: Known as your gut flora, the bacteria in your intestine affect everything from body weight to brain function.
Take news headlines with a grain of salt: Mainstream media is one of the reasons behind many circulating nutrition myths and confusions
Organic or gluten-free doesn't mean healthy: Just because something is organic or gluten-free, doesn’t mean that it’s healthy.
Artificial trans fats are unsuitable for human consumption: The production of trans fats involves high pressure, heat, and hydrogen gas in the presence of a metal catalyst.
Sugary drinks are the most fattening product in modern diet: Excess added sugar in sugary drinks can be detrimental to our health.