8 Healthy Lifestyle Myths We Still Believe
If you believe everything written on a label, you’ll be unpleasantly surprised. Manufacturers use lots of to make their product look more healthy.
The amount of calories may be specified not per 100 gr of a product but per one serving. In these cases, there are way more calories than you can imagine. For example, if one serving of chocolate contains a certain amount of calories, this means that the whole bar will contain 2-3 times more calories.
Another popular trick is the renaming of ingredients. For example, if a product contains a lot of sugar, its label may say that there are 3 ingredients: sugar, fructose, and evaporated beet juice. So the amount of sugar is 15 gr, not 45 gr. But in fact, there are actually 45 gr. If you want to follow a healthy diet, read labels carefully and follow this rule: the less ingredients there are, the healthier your dish is.
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