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5 most common nutritional myths

Published Date: Monday, 22nd August 2016 | Updated Date: Saturday, 15th April 2017
5 most common nutritional myths

In today’s world of rumours and lies, even nutrition hasn’t been spared! Here are the 5 most common misleading nutritional myths, many of us fall prey too.

More proteins for more muscles

You do not need an extra dose of protein to get more muscles! Each one’s body is designed according to specific needs and sometime our bodies cannot take handle that extra amount of protein. Therefore, while trying to bulk up you may be actually harming your body instead.

Only fish gives you Omega-3 fats

Fish is not the only source for Omega-3 fats. Foods such as canola oil, walnuts, flaxseeds, and soybean also provide you with adequate amount of Omega-3 fats that helps in shielding your heart while helping you with weight loss.

White bread v.s brown bread

You cannot declare a certain type of bread as healthy or unhealthy specially based on colour. It all depends upon the ingredients of the bread and the good that it does to your body.

Carbs make you fat

Carbs don’t make you fat. They provide you with appropriate energy to boost your metabolism and keep you energised throughout the day. It also helps you burn extra fat during your workout, so think before you eliminate carbs from your diet.

Going veg will help you lose weight

Most people think that avoiding non-vegetarian foods will make them lose weight.However, foods like fish, chicken, and eggs provide you with all the necessary proteins and other important nutrients that keeps your body fit.

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