What a “healthy diet” consists of is perhaps the foremost controversial topic within the world. There are numerous myths and misconceptions! Did you recognize that crackers are more harmful to your teeth than sweets? Did you recognize that a chronic cough are often treated with chocolate which humans have something in common with potatoes? Well, prepare to be amazed because we’re close to disprove a number of the foremost common “healthy food” myths!
- Stickers on vegetables and fruits are edible.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends cleaning fruits and vegetables before consumption and does not prohibit eating labels. Labels and therefore glue are approved by the FDA and are safe to swallow. However, if you wish, you should remove it before eating.
- It’s better to have a slice of pizza for breakfast than a bowl of cereal.
Registered dietitian Chelsey Amer conducted a study confirming that a slice of pizza may be a more balanced breakfast than cereal because it contains much more protein and fresh ingredients, and it has less sugar than cereal. Most breakfasts don’t have enough protein and fat, but they do contain a lot of sugar.
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