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13 nutrition lies that made the world sick and fat

13 nutrition lies that made the world sick and fat

A very interesting write up from the BusinessInsider.com about the typical food myths.  It just reiterates how the standard american diet is not as healthy as people think it is and the food we are being told to stay away from is actually the food we should be eating.  Here are the 13 myths that BusinessInsider.com describes in full detail on their site.

  1. Eggs are bad for your health
  2. A calorie is a calorie
  3. Saturated fat is unhealthy
  4. Eating a lot of protein is bad for your health
  5. Everyone should be eating “heart healthy” whole wheat
  6. Coffee is bad for you
  7. meat is bad for you
  8. The Healthiest Diet is a Low-Fat, High-Carb Diet
  9. Refined seed and vegetable oils are healthy
  10. Low-carb diets are ineffective and downright harmful
  11. Everyone should be cutting back on sodium
  12. Sugar is bad because it contains “empty” calories
  13. Fat makes you fat

I would highly recommend reading into each one of these further.  You can find it here.



One comment on “13 nutrition lies that made the world sick and fat

  1. aminseattle
    November 1, 2013

    Reblogged this on AMinSeattle and commented:
    Check it!

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