15 Most Common Nutrition Myths DEBUNKED

From all carbs and calories being bad, everyone should give up gluten, sea salt being better than regular salt to nutrition labels always being factual and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Low Fat Is Always Healthy – 00:37
Calories are calories – 01:08
Raw vegetables are healthier – 01:38
The ideal way to increase weight loss is to minimize fat intake – 02:06
If it’s Healthy, then you can Eat Unlimited Amounts – 02:40
Everyone should give up gluten – 03:12
You need to eat regularly to keep your metabolism going – 03:41
Superfoods are healthier – 04:01
All carbs are bad – 04:24
Nutrition labels are always factual – 04:55
You need to combine foods to create “complete proteins” at meals – 06:07
Skim milk has more sugar than full cream milk – 06:48
That perfect, life-changing diet is just around the corner – 07:39
Going to the gym means you can eat whatever you like – 08:18
Sea Salt Is A Healthier Version Of Regular Salt – 08:37


can improve your overall health and help you lose weight, switching to a low-fat diet isn’t necessarily a good thing. Processed foods that claim to be “low-fat” usually contain large amounts of sugar or sugar substitutes to make up the difference in taste. On the other hand, fresh fruits and vegetables are examples of naturally low-fat foods that are good for you.

Which low fat foods you thought were healthy were actually unhealthy? Tell us quickly down below in the comments section!

Calories are calories: Just as you don’t want to judge a book by its cover, don’t judge a food by its calorie content. Try to ditch the calorie counts because the truth is not all calories are created equal. 400 calories of a chocolate cake is not the same as 400 calories of a quinoa, tofu and veggie bowl.

Raw Vegetables Are Healthier: Proponents of a raw food diet preach that food should never be heated above a certain temperature because natural enzymes in “living” food are best for the body. As a rule, that’s silly. Cooking does cause nutrients to degrade in some cases like vitamin C in spinach, but in other cases, it increases the availability of nutrients, like lycopene in tomatoes. The best way to eat veggies is whatever way you like to eat them.

The ideal way to increase weight loss is to minimize fat intake: There are some vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, that can only be absorbed with dietary fat. And we need these important vitamins to support everything from vision and immunity, to bone density and heart health.

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