Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths 
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 Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths

1. Sugar Causes Diabetes
The most common nutrition myth is probably the misconception that sugar
causes diabetes. If you have diabetes, you do need to watch your sugar and
carbohydrate intake, with the help of your Registered Dietitian, to properly
manage your {*filter*} sugar level. However, if you do not have diabetes, sugar
intake will not cause diabetes. So far, a diet high in calories, being
overweight and an inactive lifestyle are the main risk factors for Type 2
diabetes.
2. All Fats are bad
The fact is we all need fats. Fats help nutrient absorption, nerve
transmission and maintain cell membrane integrity just to name a few
functions. However, when consumed in excessive amounts, fats contribute to
weight gain, heart disease and certain types of cancers. Not all fats are
created equal. Some fats promote our health positively while some increase
our risk for heart disease. It is a long-held nutrition myth that all fats
are bad. The key is to replace bad fats (saturated fats and trans fats) with
good fats (monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats) in our diet.

3. Brown Sugar is better than White Sugar
The brown sugar sold at the stores is actually white granulated sugar with
added molasses. Yes, brown sugar contains minute amounts of minerals. But
unless you eat a gigantic portion of brown sugar everyday - the mineral
content difference between brown sugar and white sugar is absolutely
insignificant. The idea that brown and white sugar have big differences is
another common nutrition myth.

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Niko



Sat, 30 Jan 2010 01:53:06 GMT
 Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths

Quote:

> 1. Sugar Causes Diabetes
> The most common nutrition myth is probably the misconception that sugar
> causes diabetes. If you have diabetes, you do need to watch your sugar and
> carbohydrate intake, with the help of your Registered Dietitian, to properly
> manage your {*filter*} sugar level. However, if you do not have diabetes, sugar
> intake will not cause diabetes. So far, a diet high in calories, being
> overweight and an inactive lifestyle are the main risk factors for Type 2
> diabetes.
> 2. All Fats are bad
> The fact is we all need fats. Fats help nutrient absorption, nerve
> transmission and maintain cell membrane integrity just to name a few
> functions. However, when consumed in excessive amounts, fats contribute to
> weight gain, heart disease and certain types of cancers. Not all fats are
> created equal. Some fats promote our health positively while some increase
> our risk for heart disease. It is a long-held nutrition myth that all fats
> are bad. The key is to replace bad fats (saturated fats and trans fats) with
> good fats (monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats) in our diet.

> 3. Brown Sugar is better than White Sugar
> The brown sugar sold at the stores is actually white granulated sugar with
> added molasses. Yes, brown sugar contains minute amounts of minerals. But
> unless you eat a gigantic portion of brown sugar everyday - the mineral
> content difference between brown sugar and white sugar is absolutely
> insignificant. The idea that brown and white sugar have big differences is
> another common nutrition myth.

> Not to c/p all, read more on:


> Niko

Trash.  So many errors it has no value.

--

Pramesh



Sat, 30 Jan 2010 02:40:13 GMT
 Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths

Quote:
> 1. Sugar Causes Diabetes
> The most common nutrition myth is probably the misconception that sugar
> causes diabetes. If you have diabetes, you do need to watch your sugar and
> carbohydrate intake, with the help of your Registered Dietitian, to properly
> manage your {*filter*} sugar level. However, if you do not have diabetes, sugar
> intake will not cause diabetes. So far, a diet high in calories, being
> overweight and an inactive lifestyle are the main risk factors for Type 2
> diabetes.

Then what cause diabetes, other than refined carbohydrates?
Quote:
> 2. All Fats are bad
> The fact is we all need fats. Fats help nutrient absorption, nerve
> transmission and maintain cell membrane integrity just to name a few
> functions. However, when consumed in excessive amounts, fats contribute to
> weight gain, heart disease and certain types of cancers. Not all fats are
> created equal. Some fats promote our health positively while some increase
> our risk for heart disease. It is a long-held nutrition myth that all fats
> are bad. The key is to replace bad fats (saturated fats and trans fats) with
> good fats (monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats) in our diet.

> 3. Brown Sugar is better than White Sugar
> The brown sugar sold at the stores is actually white granulated sugar with
> added molasses. Yes, brown sugar contains minute amounts of minerals. But
> unless you eat a gigantic portion of brown sugar everyday - the mineral
> content difference between brown sugar and white sugar is absolutely
> insignificant. The idea that brown and white sugar have big differences is
> another common nutrition myth.

> Not to c/p all, read more on:

> http://www.***.com/

> Niko



Sun, 31 Jan 2010 04:49:13 GMT
 Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths



Quote:

>> 1. Sugar Causes Diabetes
>> The most common nutrition myth is probably the misconception that sugar
>> causes diabetes. If you have diabetes, you do need to watch your sugar
>> and
>> carbohydrate intake, with the help of your Registered Dietitian, to
>> properly
>> manage your {*filter*} sugar level. However, if you do not have diabetes,
>> sugar
>> intake will not cause diabetes. So far, a diet high in calories, being
>> overweight and an inactive lifestyle are the main risk factors for Type 2
>> diabetes.

> Then what cause diabetes, other than refined carbohydrates?

Cooked plant starch.

Quote:

>> 2. All Fats are bad
>> The fact is we all need fats. Fats help nutrient absorption, nerve
>> transmission and maintain cell membrane integrity just to name a few
>> functions. However, when consumed in excessive amounts, fats contribute
>> to
>> weight gain, heart disease and certain types of cancers. Not all fats are
>> created equal. Some fats promote our health positively while some
>> increase
>> our risk for heart disease. It is a long-held nutrition myth that all
>> fats
>> are bad. The key is to replace bad fats (saturated fats and trans fats)
>> with
>> good fats (monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats) in our diet.

It is not easy. We must eat proteins. Most prducts wchich contain proteins
contain also fats in the average proportion one to one in grams. So an
average person which eats about 100g eat automatically 100g of fats. So we
can replace cream on olive oil for salads only (or vice versa).

Quote:

>> 3. Brown Sugar is better than White Sugar
>> The brown sugar sold at the stores is actually white granulated sugar
>> with
>> added molasses. Yes, brown sugar contains minute amounts of minerals. But
>> unless you eat a gigantic portion of brown sugar everyday - the mineral
>> content difference between brown sugar and white sugar is absolutely
>> insignificant. The idea that brown and white sugar have big differences
>> is
>> another common nutrition myth.

If we eat recomended amount of carbs (100g) we also have no chose. We  eat
simply all sorts in small portions as  additives.
So we have 3*100 diet. It makes 1700 kcal. An average person needs about
2400. Where can we find 700 kcal? !00g of {*filter*} have it. So we have
discavered the perfect diet "4*100 diet.".
I am serious. Such diet is very popular especially in hife life.

Waiting for congratulations
S*



Sun, 31 Jan 2010 15:18:43 GMT
 Top 10 diet & Nutrition Myths

Quote:


> >> 1. Sugar Causes Diabetes
> >> The most common nutrition myth is probably the misconception that sugar
> >> causes diabetes. If you have diabetes, you do need to watch your sugar
> >> and
> >> carbohydrate intake, with the help of your Registered Dietitian, to
> >> properly
> >> manage your {*filter*} sugar level. However, if you do not have diabetes,
> >> sugar
> >> intake will not cause diabetes. So far, a diet high in calories, being
> >> overweight and an inactive lifestyle are the main risk factors for Type 2
> >> diabetes.

> > Then what cause diabetes, other than refined carbohydrates?

> Cooked plant starch.

Cooked plant starch is carbohydrates, and usually refined.

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> >> 2. All Fats are bad
> >> The fact is we all need fats. Fats help nutrient absorption, nerve
> >> transmission and maintain cell membrane integrity just to name a few
> >> functions. However, when consumed in excessive amounts, fats contribute
> >> to
> >> weight gain, heart disease and certain types of cancers. Not all fats are
> >> created equal. Some fats promote our health positively while some
> >> increase
> >> our risk for heart disease. It is a long-held nutrition myth that all
> >> fats
> >> are bad. The key is to replace bad fats (saturated fats and trans fats)
> >> with
> >> good fats (monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats) in our diet.

> It is not easy. We must eat proteins. Most prducts wchich contain proteins
> contain also fats in the average proportion one to one in grams. So an
> average person which eats about 100g eat automatically 100g of fats. So we
> can replace cream on olive oil for salads only (or vice versa).

> >> 3. Brown Sugar is better than White Sugar
> >> The brown sugar sold at the stores is actually white granulated sugar
> >> with
> >> added molasses. Yes, brown sugar contains minute amounts of minerals. But
> >> unless you eat a gigantic portion of brown sugar everyday - the mineral
> >> content difference between brown sugar and white sugar is absolutely
> >> insignificant. The idea that brown and white sugar have big differences
> >> is
> >> another common nutrition myth.

> If we eat recomended amount of carbs (100g) we also have no chose. We  eat
> simply all sorts in small portions as  additives.
> So we have 3*100 diet. It makes 1700 kcal. An average person needs about
> 2400. Where can we find 700 kcal? !00g of {*filter*} have it. So we have
> discavered the perfect diet "4*100 diet.".
> I am serious. Such diet is very popular especially in hife life.

> Waiting for congratulations
> S*



Sun, 31 Jan 2010 22:52:18 GMT
 
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