Tuesday, July 27

10 common food myths about everyday diets and nutrition

There’s no shortage out there of information to answer any diet- or nutrition-related queries we may have. In fact, there are countless different sources telling us what we should, and should not, be eating.

The issue is some of the material we come across via social media, or family and friends, is not always accurate.

Worse, some of these ideas become beliefs that perpetuate false notions related to diet, nutrition and weight loss.

Here are some common nutrition myths we should put to rest, once and for all.

Eggs increase cholesterol

Possibly the most common question that is asked in relation to nutrition is about egg consumption, and whether eggs increase blood cholesterol levels.

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