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Health Facts That Turned Out To Be Pure Myths

It is a daunting task to keep yourself fit by consuming the right kind of foods while staying upright on your duties at home and at work. You click on a health article and follow a regime only to find out in due course of time that you have been in the wrong way for a prolonged time.

Right from the popular belief that drinking 8 glasses of water daily to organic foods are nutritious as they are free of pesticides, there are an endless amount of misconceptions out there. The primary goal of education is to debunk those inaccuracies, misconceptions, and myths, which means marking and correcting as many myths emerging from the internet.

In this article, you will be able to clear up some misconceptions that you have been believing your entire life. Here are 13 extremely common health myths that will be debunked.

1. Eating eggs is not food for your heart


This is one of the common myths and because egg yolks contain cholesterol so eating them is not considered as healthy. This is not true. The amount of cholesterol found on egg yolks is comparatively low than many other foods.

Eating abnormally might impose a threat to your health or might even kill you but eating a couple of eggs daily isn’t harmful. As a matter of fact, eggs are rich in omega-3 nutrients which helps in reducing the chances of heart diseases.

Remember that the fat intake from one food is not as bad because you consume a mix of fats on a daily basis. If you are an omelet lover, there is nothing to worry about, simply rejoice by having this delicious food.

2. Organic food is nutritious

You may not like it but this is false that organic foods are better for a healthy life because they are free from pesticides. Various studies have shown that there is no nutritional advantage of consuming organic food.

Other studies have proved that organic corn contains more flavonoids in comparison to the normal corn. It is indeed sad to learn that nutritional values depend much on the storing life of vegetables. For example, if an organically raised spinach is stored for a week, it will lose around 50% of its nutritional content.


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