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3 Healthy Food Myths That You Still Think Are Real Chocolate gives you acne, eat your carrots raw (not cooked), and use margarine instead of butter. I’m fairly certain these – and many other – food myths are very, very familiar to you. When you think “healthy eating”, you do not think “good carbs” or “boiled egg every morning.” What’s simply amazing is that these myths have been around for years, and people are still buying into them. Although there’s newfound data that discredits these claims, people still refuse to include rice, beans, and pasta in their diet. It’s time we debunked these 3 Food Myths.
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Ah, a fan favorite. When Dr. Atkins revolutionized the health industry with his claim about carbohydrates making people fat, people cut out anything carb-related in their diet. It’s funny, because people seem to forget that carbohydrates are an essential part of a balanced diet. Just check out the food pyramid – there are cereals, breads, whole oats, and whole-grain pastas on there. These foods are rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals that are extremely beneficial to your health. However, this is not the go-ahead to start loading up on carbs. Anything excessive is actually what causes the complications. Calorie bombs like donuts and cheap, oily pastas are chock full of refined carbohydrates; these are the ones that add on to the pounds. EGGS ARE NOT EXCELLENT (FOR THE HEART) It’s a simple case of transitive credit. Cholesterol is bad for your heart, and eggs are rich in cholesterol. Eggs are rich in cholesterol, and cholesterol is bad for your heart. In conclusion, eggs are bad for year heart. But that’s a popular misconception. True, there are about 211mg of cholesterol in one large egg. But if that number shocks you, you need a little more perspective. There’s about 120mg of cholesterol in 1 cup of Greek Salad. Once you eat 2 cups, you’ve eaten more calories than you would have had you eaten an egg. This basically means that if you have Greek Salad for lunch and dinner in one day, you’ve eaten more cholesterol than the person who had a boiled egg for breakfast. Therefore, Greek Salad is bad for your heart. (Now do you see how crazy that egg statement is?) Remember; everything in moderation. People can eat an egg a day without any problems, and so can you. FRESH TRUMPS FROZEN Fresh always beats frozen, or so that’s what people have been believing for years. Here’s the hard truth; there’s not much difference. Flash frozen produce can have just as much nutrition as fresh fruit, mainly because it’s been frozen mere minutes after being picked. In fact, being frozen immediately after being picked can actually help the fruit retain its natural nutrients. On the other hand, fruits and vegetables that aren’t frozen after harvest can lose more nutrients the longer they stay unfrozen in packing and transport. Another advantage? Frozen produce is cheaper. The big takeaway here is; everything in moderation. After all, there’s a reason a balanced diet is considered a healthy diet. Feel free to do some research of your own if you’ve more food questions or clarifications!If you need more information, or you’ve got a few food questions of your own, do some research! There are tons of medical articles out there that can easily provide the data you need.