Myth: Eating Fat Makes You Fat: Not all fats are bad. Healthy fats, like those found in avocados, nuts, and olive oil, are essential for good health
Myth: Carbs Are the Enemy: While overly processed carbs should be limited, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables are healthy carbs
Myth: Eggs Raise Cholesterol Levels: Eggs do contain cholesterol, but they have a minimal effect on blood cholesterol levels for most people.
Myth: Fresh Produce is Always Healthier than Frozen or Canned: Frozen and canned fruits and vegetables can be just as nutritious as fresh ones.
Myth: Microwaving Kills Nutrients: Cooking methods can affect nutrient levels in food
Myth: Eating Late at Night Leads to Weight Gain: Weight gain is more about how much you eat and how much energy you expend, not the time of day you eat.
Myth: Red Meat is Bad for Your Health: While processed meats should be eaten in moderation, lean red meat can be part of a healthy diet
Myth: All Organic Foods are Automatically Healthier: Organic refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed.
Myth: You Need to Drink 8 Glasses of Water a Day: The amount of water needed varies by individual and includes all sources of water, not just drinks, but also food.
Myth: Skipping Breakfast is Bad for Your Metabolism: Skipping breakfast doesn’t necessarily harm metabolism.