Eating healthfully is always a struggle for a lot of people. Add to that dilemma the different types of diet programs that are strict and restrictive of some certain types of food.
What to do?
First of all, if you are really concerned about your health and diet, visit a doctor or nutritionist so you can be professionally checked and assessed.
Also, here are 10 diet myths that you should stop believing according to nutritionists.
MYTH 1: FROZEN FRUITS AND VEGGIES ARE LESS NUTRITIOUS THAN FRESH ONES
“Frozen fruits and vegetables are flash-frozen within hours of being picked, locking in a majority of the nutrients,” says Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D., the nutrition and health expert for NBC’s TODAY Show and founder of NourishSnacks. She recommends taking advantage of fresh produce when you can—but keeping a stash of frozen produce on-hand for times when you’re in a rush or you can’t buy that item fresh because it’s not in-season.