Home / Cooking & Food / The 8 Food Myths You Probably Believe

The 8 Food Myths You Probably Believe

Many people think that food can make your day bad or good, but is that all truth? Many people think that sugar make kids hyperactive and turkey doesn’t make you sleepy. Here you will see what of that is truth and what isn’t. Enjoy in these food myths and change your life.

1. Turkey doesn’t actually make you sleepy.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-1

2. It’s not comfort food that makes you feel better.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-2

3. It doesn’t take seven years for chewing gum to work its way through you if you swallow it.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-3

4. Celery doesn’t have negative calories.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-4

5. Most vegetarians can easily get enough protein.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-5

6. Dairy is not the best thing for your bones.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-6

7. Sugar doesn’t make kids hyperactive.

The-8-food-myths-you-probably-believe-7

8. White and dark bread are the same thing.

White bread and brown bread

Click Here For Original Source Of The Article

Ads by WOW Trk

About Bob Lucas-Clark

Bob Lucas-Clark
I have transitioned from a successful corporate marketing career to starting a successful online business. My focus is helping people start their own online businesses. At the same time I am thrilled to have my own blog about one of my true passions: Cooking, Food & Wine. Enjoy my blog and thank you for stopping by.

Check Also

chocolate olive oil cake + more book tour!

Two weeks from today, my second cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant & Unfussy New Favorites will be leaving warehouses* to reach bookstores or perhaps your front door (if you’ve preordered the book) and I cannot believe it’s so close now. Last month, I shared the trailer for the book and told you all about the book tour that begins the day the book comes out and I promised additional cities would be added. Today is the day! The book tour page — see it in full right here, or click on the image below — now includes Minneapolis, Atlanta, Montreal, Kansas City, Denver, Boulder, Tulsa, Maplewood NJ and an additional book signing in New York City, in addition to the events already planned in Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Los Angeles.

The book launch will be right here in New York City two weeks from tonight at Barnes & Noble Union Square. Amanda Hesser of Food52, New York Times, and James Beard Award-winning fame and I will chat, and a book signing will follow. Prepare to spot all sorts of Smitten Kitchen Family Members, eager to share stories about what a terrible cook I was as a kid.

Will you come say hi? I hope you do. I hope we get to hang out.

Read more »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

css.php