The Top 5 Biggest Nutrition Myths!
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Debunking Some Of The Biggest Myths
Calories in, calories out’ is all that matters when it comes to weight loss!
Though creating a calorie deficit by burning more energy than you take in is the most important factor when it comes to weight loss, it’s not the only thing that matters.
Relying solely on calorie intake doesn’t account for the large number of variables that may prevent someone from losing weight, even when on a very low-calorie diet.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!
Partaking in intermittent fasting, during which breakfast is either skipped or consumed later in the day, has been linked to a plethora of benefits, including improved blood sugar control and reductions in inflammatory markers.
You need to eat small, frequent meals for optimal health!
Eating small, frequent meals regularly throughout the day is a myth used by many people to boost metabolism and weight loss.
However, if you are eating right, the frequency of your meals does not matter as long as you meet your nutriitonal needs.
Non-sugar sweeteners are healthy!
NNS (Non-sugar sweeteners) intake may increase your risk of type 2 diabetes by leading to negative shifts in gut bacteria and promoting blood sugar dysregulation.
What’s more, regular NNS intake is associated with overall unhealthy lifestyle patterns.
White potatoes are unhealthy!
White potatoes are an excellent source of many nutrients, including potassium, vitamin C, and fiber. Plus, they’re more filling than other carb sources like rice and pasta and can help you feel more satisfied after meals.
Just remember to enjoy potatoes baked or roasted, not fried!
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