From sugar-free candy to low-fat peanut butter, there are more than a few foods I skip over when I'm at the grocery store. These products appear healthy at first glance but fail to live up to the hype after a closer look. Want to know more about the nutrition myths dietitians dislike the most and the foods that nutritionists won't eat?
Think filling up on only green juice is the best way to lose weight? I come across awful diet tips like this all the time. Luckily, you don't need to give up pizza (or dessert!) to reach your wellness goals. Want to know which health recommendations are actually worth following?
Sure, everyone ages. But that doesn't mean you have to feel old! You can slow down the effects of time by eating more antioxidant-rich foods. Lately, I've been adding heart-healthy fruits to my breakfast. It's a simple way to satisfy my sweet tooth without the need for added sugar! Want more easy tricks that'll help you feel forever young? Use these anti-aging tips.
Have a food myth or two you'd like to see gone? Let's get to it! Here's a hint: You can eat eggs and burgers. Believe that dessert can't be healthy or that you can't get significant protein from non-meat dishes? As a dietitian, I love busting common nutrition myths like these ones. The good news? You don't need to suffer through a juice cleanse (or eliminate eggs or chocolate!) to feel your best. Ready for the whole truth?
Do carbs make you fat? How the heck do vegetarians get protein? If you feel confused about healthy-eating concerns like these, you're not alone. As a dietitian, I'm here to bust common nutrition myths (and ease your mind about eating bread!) once and for all. Ready for the truth?