False myths about food
“By drinking a lot of water you lose weight” or “Carrots help you see better” – there are many myths about food and they are transmitted from a generation to other. Some are true, others aren’t. Let’s see which!
You drink a lot of water and you lose weight
This myth is false because you can’t lose weight without doing anything. There is a small part of truth in this case. The more water you drink little space in the stomach is left. And by eating less, you lose weight of course.
You get acne by eating French fries
You like French fries but you eat them rarely being afraid not to put on weight? There exists another myth: you eat them and acne appears. What many people don’t know is that not by eating chips you get acne but your hands. Vegetable oils can reach your skin and can cause the appearance of acne by touching your face. Wipe your fingers before putting them on your face.
Carrots help you see better
Carrots don’t help you see better but maintain eyes health. They contain beta-carotene – a forerunner of A Vitamin which helps you see better but it doesn’t heal you if you already have eyes problems. In order to protect your eyes you can eat spinach, sweet potatoes, squash because they are important Vitamin A sources.
Don’t eat in the evening because you put on weight
If you eat a lot in any part of the day you put on weight. But, in the evening because of fatigue, stress and other reasons people eat a lot in the evening. Wash your teeth after the last meal you have. It is an old tip in order to deceive your brain.
Avoid eggs because they have a lot of cholesterol
Studies revealed that eggs don’t rise the level of cholesterol and only an off balance diet can cause the rise of the level of cholesterol in the blood. You can eat eggs every day specialists say.