9 Biggest Health and Diet Myths
This year, I’ve appeared regularly on Dr. Oz to bust all the common health and diet myths that exist in our society.
Listen, you deserve the TRUTH about what’s good for you and what’s not. And with all the bad information out there, I’m here to demystify all the noise out there and cut to the cold, hard truth.
Because for years, we’ve been told by so-called health experts the wrong information. Maybe they don’t mean any harm, but that’s causing us to make poor decisions detrimental to our health.
Like, how many times have you been told breakfast is the most important meal of the day? I know my mamma and nonna would tell me that ALL the time!
Thanks to science, I’ve learned that’s not true…along with a lot of other health-related beliefs I had growing up (and STILL hear from patients).
So buckle up, because you’re in for a wild ride…let’s jump into these 9 myths plaguing our society. (And find out why breakfast is not that important!)
Health Myth #1: Fat Makes You Fat
It makes sense, right? If you don’t eat fat, you won’t get fat. And therefore, you won’t be at risk for heart disease. Unfortunately, it’s really not that simple….