Updated: Jun 13, 2021
Myth #1 Rice is fattening and causes weight gain
It is perfectly healthy to eat rice. It provides excellent source of energy. Yes, it is rich in carbohydrate, however, along with the carbohydrate, white rice offers minerals, folic acid, iron, thiamin etc. Remember Moderation is the mantra
Myth #2 Carbohydrates are the biggest enemy. Makes you Fat.
There is nothing harmful about carbohydrate, it is just that one should not overindulge. Eliminating carb diet can lead to low energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate cravings. Cutting carbs from your diet may have short-term weight loss benefits due to water loss from a decrease in carbohydrate stores, but eating carbs in moderation does not directly lead to weight gain. The body uses carbs for energy, and going too long without them can cause lethargy. If you want to have balance you can consider including oats or granola.
Buy Rolled Oats - I find Quaker plain oats which we can cook in any form most feasible and regular carbohydrate intake source. It is amazing for weight management and very rich in fibre & proteins.
Buy Granola - This is what is quiet convenient to start your day. I like Kellogg's Crunchy Granola Almonds and Cranberries | Breakfast Cereals | Multigrain Flakes, It has a smooth and amazing taste with all the goodness of rich nutrients.. You can grab yours and try it out..
Myth #3 Eating eggs will raise your cholesterol: This myth began because egg yolks have the most concentrated amount of cholesterol of any food. However, there's not enough cholesterol there to pose health risks if eggs are eaten in moderation. Studies suggest that eating one egg per day will not raise cholesterol levels and that eggs are actually a great source of nutrients.
Myth #4 Brown Breads are Better Than White Bread
We are trained to pick brown bread over white bread. Unfortunately, no one reads the ingredient list. "Wheat bread" is made up of Refined flour which is Maida. Just add caramel or molasses to make it look brown and You have brown bread. Read the label, if it says in the ingredient list wheat flour, then you have real brown bread..
Myth #5 Multivitamin Supplements can make up for a poor diet
Remember Always - Though supplements assist with vitamin deficiency, However they can’t be the replacement for healthy diet. Food IS First!! One can meet nutrition need through well balanced diet. Supplement should only be taken under supervision of a Physician or a qualified nutritionist.
Keeping your immunity to the best form is very important and i recommend you can start with a good zinc supplement. This is also recommended by WHO and medical practitioners..
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