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Busting Myth #3: Red meat causes cancer

The truth doesn’t sell well. Throw in a 24-hour news cycle, difficult-to-understand studies, and media companies scramble for the latest viral hit, and it’s no surprise that misinformation spreads like wildfire. There are some myths that pop up in the media again and again. We’ve investigated the ten biggest myths spread by the media.

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Busting Myth #2: Eggs (especially egg yolks) are bad for you

The truth doesn’t sell well. Throw in a 24-hour news cycle, difficult-to-understand studies, and media companies scramble for the latest viral hit, and it’s no surprise that misinformation spreads like wildfire. There are some myths that pop up in the media again and again. We’ve investigated the ten biggest myths spread by the media.

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Busting Myth #1: Bread/Carbs are harmful in any amount

The truth doesn’t sell well. Throw in a 24-hour news cycle, difficult-to-understand studies, and media companies scramble for the latest viral hit, and it’s no surprise that misinformation spreads like wildfire. There are some myths that pop up in the media again and again. We’ve investigated the ten biggest myths spread by the media.

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Eat Slow Foodies

Let’s talk about eating slow. More and more when I talk to my clients about eating healthy this topic comes up. It turns out that we tend to consume our food in less and less time. I think this post will have a chance to explain why it does make sense to slow down and eat longer.

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SUGAR SWEET SUGAR

If it was that simple and only said ‘Sugar’ on a food label. But it isn’t. Since there are so many different types of sugar used on food labels I believe it makes sense to at least know some other names meaning simply sugar. So the sugar cubes you see on the photo is just one form we associate with sugar. Check out the rest.

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Natural Foods Fighting Cholesterol

If you have a liver then you produce cholesterol. We also tend to eat or even overeat on foods with additional cholesterol in them. This post is about some effective ways of lowering cholesterol by including some of the foods in your everyday diet. Don’t forget about other important elements like exercising regularly. But for now let’s look what foods do have a positive influence on the cholesterol level in your body. Below you will also finds example of meal recipes with the cholesterol fighting ingredients. Let’s get to it!

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Meal Planning – Priority Number 1 at Work Week Foodie

Meal planning is important. Who does not get this? I see poor nutrition choices every day in the office, and when I talk to my office colleagues they all confirm: the value in meal planning is huge. So why do so few people (and I assume not only in my office) actually do meal planning and the prep needed for homemade meals? Well, as always, it is all about finding time in our already loaded schedules.

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Factors Affecting Perception of Flavours

At Work Week Foodie we believe that dieting does not work long term. Just avoiding certain foods and forcing upon yourself certain rigid dieting rules will not take you far. In a nutshell, dieting is mostly based on deprivation which is the main cause of the problem with dieting. There are different forms of deprivation like a lack of food, a regimen never allowing for certain foods e.g. candies, eating certain foods over and over again and last but not least eating food that is not truly satisfying. This usually comes from poor cooking skills and lack of creativity. Most people believe that eating healthy is all about consuming repetitively bland and tasteless meals.

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