Healthy Eating Myths: How Many Have You Fallen For?

March 11, 2015 10:40 AM

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If your nutrition sources are primarily websites, blogs or social media, much of what you’re reading may be misleading, inaccurate and potentially even harmful to your health. Here are four popular Internet-driven nutrition myths you can stop believing now.

Fact: Coconut oil is the latest miracle food. If you believe popular wellness websites, it’s good for just about everything – from making your teeth whiter, skin more luminous and hair shinier to boosting your brain and bone health and treatment for yeast infections. (Huh?!) However, according to th...

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