Nutrition Myths

Nutrition Myths

Nutrition Myths

Myths are everywhere and especially nutrition myths. People are constantly annoyed with hearing wrong nutrition information which they do not know if they are true or false. Most people may seem to have nutrition confusion because of all of the myths that run around the internet and social media. Unfortunately, the web is a source that can be very ambitious and difficult to tell what is really based on evidence; therefore, you need to research and inform yourself about those myths that you are not sure of. For this reason, we want to inform you with the truth of some myths that dietitians cannot stand.  

Myth #1: Carbs are not good for your health

For a long time, fat was the number one enemy for health overall. Now, carbs are ahead to be the nightmare of everyone’s diet. Carbs are the highest-calorie nutrient, yet they are the more delicious and filling. Cutting carbs can help you with faster fat-loss and weight-loss. However, if this makes you feel unhappy, consider other options. The truth about this myth is that you should just not overindulge in carbs, but there is nothing wrong or harmful for your health about eating carbohydrates.

Myth #2: Fats are bad for you

Many people think that eating fat means gaining fat and that the typical way of losing weight has been linked to being in a low-fat diet. So far, trans fat is the only type of fat that has been ranked to harm your health. Nowadays, fat is a way of losing weight; ketogenic diet is the new trending diet in which you must eat high-fat foods and limit your carb intake to lose weight. However, you still have to watch your calories and not over consume the same amount of fat. The truth is that a low-fat diet won’t help you lose weight, and your body will always need all the benefits that good fats have.

Myth #3: Bread is bad for you

Bread has always been seen as the worst carbohydrate for people who want to lose weight. People think bread will make them fat and because it contains gluten, it is bad for them. Bread is certainly dense in calories and easy to overeat, and people usually try to avoid it because of its gluten content. Most bread is made with refined flour, which is high in sugars that will make your insulin levels spike. For that reason, is always recommended to have whole-wheat bread instead, but white bread and whole-wheat bread have a similar number of calories. The only difference is that whole-wheat bread has a lower glycemic and insulin index. In the end, the truth is that bread won’t make you fat unless your consumption of it is very high.

Of course, there are a hundred more myths that you will find and hear everywhere, but these three myths are the most popular and heard around people who are trying to get on a diet. Therefore, it is important to inform yourself and know that you can eat what you enjoy to eat and what makes you feel good. Do not follow all the myths you hear or read about nutrition.

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