​10 Food Myths you still think are true​

  1) Myth: Raw carrots are more nutritious than cooked ones. Fact: Cooking breaks down fiber, making it easier for your body to process. The process breaks down the tough cellular walls that encase the beta-carotene there by increasing its nutritional value.     2) Myth: Eggs with brown shells are more nutritious than those with white shells. Fact: The color of the eggshell does not affect nutrition, but indicates the color of the bird’s feathers and earlobes.     3) Myth: No carbs diet is the key to faster weight loss. Fact:  Absence of carbs in diet can cause low energy levels resulting in reduced body metabolism. A complex carb is high in fiber content and increases body metabolism that helps in faster weight reduction.     4) Myth: Nuts contain high amount of fats. Fact: Nuts are an excellent source of a wide range of essential nutrients, including vitamin E, several forms of vitamin B, and minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, and potassium.     5) Myth: Remove the skin before cooking chicken. Fact: Baking, grilling, broiling, or roasting chicken with the skin intact helps preserve its natural juices. You can cook with the skin — and then remove it before serving.     6) Myth:The Azinamoto found in some Chinese dishes can trigger headaches and other reactions. Fact: It probably is not the monosodium glutamate; people are most likely reacting to histamine, tyramine, and phenylethylamine.     7) Myth: Olive oil is best for Health. Fact: Olive oil is not a great source of omega 3 fatty acid and therefore cannot be considered as the...