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SOME FACTS ABOUT THE MYTHS RELATED TO FOOD AND HEALTH

By Gurpreet Kaur . 24th July 2018 01:00pm
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE MYTHS RELATED TO FOOD AND HEALTH

All of us have heard so many things about keeping good health, and that includes the dos and the don'ts regarding food. But are we given any reason for doing so? Most of us are left unanswered by our parents or grandparents when asked the big question, i.e. WHY? But here we get to you different answers to all your questions and prove to you the facts about the myths you have ben hearing about food and health. MYTH: Vegetables and saladas are best avoided during the monsoon season. FACT: The fact revolving around this myth is to wash the vegetables properly before consuming them. Experts say that it would get difficult for a person to survive an entire season without eating veggies. But one can always chose the place for eating outisde. The experts also say that one catches infections because of low immunity. So it is always better tp improve the level of immunity. MYTH: Avoid consuming curd during the monsoon. FACT: Experts say that getting cold is very prejudiced because the people are habitual to consuming curd all day every day. One just has to be smart for understanding the body in a better way is to relaise what all the body can tolerate. Most often than not, people get infected because of the low immunity level. MYTH: Eggs are bad for the heart. FACT: Doctors suggest that the children should eat eggs regularly can lead to the better health of the children. But peoplen think that the grown ups should not consume eggs because they have already consumed their sare of proteins. But experts say that proteins like omega 3 fats actually help in reducing the problem of heart related diseases. MYTH: Boiled groundnuts are not good for health. FACT: People say that consuming these boiled groundnuts are bad for health. Whereas, the fact is that consuming groundnuts helps in preventing leg pains, cramps and also helps in regulating the level of blood pressure. MYTH: Drink water only when thirsty. FACT: Experts say that a normal person should have at least 3 litres of water, even if he does not feel like drinking water. This helps in saying hydrated at all times. It also removes the toxins from the body. Moreover, if one urinates yellow, does not pee when feels to pee orif staying in hot climatic region, then one should definitely drink lots of water.


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