The Truth Behind 4 Food Myths

MYTH: Fresh veggies are more nutritious than frozen or canned. Lived on a farm lately? We didn’t think so or you’d know, as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’s Melissa Joy Dobbins explains, that veggies (and fruits) “are canned as soon as they’re picked so they’re at peak nutrition.”

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(NewsUSA) – Don’t you just hate food scolds? Especially when they’re as certain they’re right as all those tech geniuses were about iPhones never replacing Blackberries.
Well, in some cases, people are actually basing their assumptions on either pure myth or the latest diet fad. You know, as in: Gluten is bad for you. And listening to them can actually be risky.”Food myths are dangerous because they can deprive you of the benefits of a healthy diet,” says Tara Gidus, MS, R.D., who’s the team dietician for basketball’s Orlando Magic.
Here’s a few myths that deserve to be debunked.
MYTH: All yogurt is good for you. C’mon, if you smother anything with enough sugary fruits and toppings, it becomes dessert.
MYTH: Fresh veggies are more nutritious than frozen or canned. Lived on a farm lately? We didn’t think so or you’d know, as the Academy of Nutrition and…

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