Posted by Michael Evans



There are a bunch of diet and nutrition myths going on nowadays! An example is the belief that low-fat food won't make you gain much weight. Truth is, however, food labeled as low fat usually has higher sugar content. WEIRD, RIGHT?

The media has much to say about our diet. A lot of ads have been popping out about what to eat or what to do if we want to get healthy or lose weight. Marketing has influenced much of our decision-making behaviour. A fatty drink could be marketed as a healthy alternative by emphasising certain ingredients that are commonly known for its health benefits; however, a massive ratio of sugar and calories is often unmentioned when such "health drinks" are advertised. 

Check out 15 Diet And Nutrition Myths Debunked By Personal Trainer Sam Wood if you want to learn more!

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