Every other week, new research claims one food is better than another, or that some ingredient yields incredible new health benefits. Couple that with a few old wives’ tales passed down from your parents, and each time you fire up your stove or sit down to eat a healthy meal, it can be difficult separating food fact from fiction. We talked to a group of nutritionists and asked them to share the food myths they find most irritating and explain why people cling to them. Here’s what they said.
Some of the myths have been covered on their own:
- Stop Salting the Water
- Major New Study: Low-Carb > Low-Fat Diet
- Challenge: Drink a Gallon of Water a Day or Urine Trouble