National Nutrition Week 2023: The first week of September is celebrated as Nutrition Week. In this week, people are given information related to food and nutrients. National Nutrition Week is currently going on. And on this special occasion, we will tell you about some myths related to nutrients and food. If you are considering this confusion related to food and drink to be correct, then know its real truth today itself. So today let us tell you the real truth of these lies.
All fats are bad for our body
You must have heard that all fats are harmful for us. But this is not true at all. Let us tell you that the fats found in plants and oil, ghee are beneficial for our body.
Diabetic patients should not eat fruits
You must have heard from many people that diabetes patients should not eat fruits because it is sweet. But this is not true at all. Diabetes patients can eat fruits according to the doctor’s advice.
People with high blood pressure should have less sodium in their diet.
You must have heard many times that people who have high blood pressure should reduce the amount of sodium in their food. But let us tell you that not only them but all people should take less sodium in their food. Because its excessive consumption increases the risk of heart disease. Excessive consumption of this can also cause swelling in our body.
Carbs are bad for our body
It is a big myth that carbs are not good for us. Because carbs found in fruits, vegetables and grains are essential for our body. It doesn’t harm us in any way.
It is important to eat breakfast
It is also a big myth that we must have breakfast. Breakfast is essential but you can skip it if you are not hungry.
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