Debunking The Top 5 Vegetarian Fast Food Myths

Most people know how to lose weight; eating less and exercising more. However, in this fast paced, modern life, with our addiction to fast food it is not the easiest path for many people to follow. And then there is the different conflicting information about diet and foods in the media that change from day to day. It is difficult to see the wood for the trees, so here are some common diet and food myths that can be dispelled.
Seafood is supposedly very good for our skin and research backs it up. Seafood is a rich source of essential fatty acids like Omega 3 and Omega 6. Nuts like almonds, walnuts, flax seeds also contain omega acids which are great for skin. Reason?Well these help reduce inflammation in the body which trigger adverse reactions in our body leading to clogging of pores and acne. Uncovered insights on astute methods for marie osmond nutrisystem. They also help to moisturize skin from within. Have a handful of almonds every day or eat Salmon, Tuna which all contain these fatty acids.
Raw eggs contain a substance that interferes with the absorption of biotin. However, eggs are such a valuable nutrient source that their benefits far outweigh this small disadvantage.
Looking back, here are some of this Examiner’s most popular food science articles, where we define “food science” as articles on how and why something works as well as debunking Food Myths. The two most popular were one on how to bake a potato in the oven or microwave, and how to poach a lot of eggs at the same time. Have fun reading them!
This myth is false. Every fast food place I’ve worked for, or eaten at, has been more than willing to customize a customers order. If you want more mayonnaise, just tell them. If you don’t like tomatoes, tell them to leave them off.
If you are trying to build muscles, do not think that eating foods with a lot of protein will help you build muscles fast. This is not true. Although it is said that your 30% of your diet should consist of protein, studies show that consuming additional amount of protein does not really affect muscle growth.
We’ve all seen in our favorite episode at least one episode where the characters on the show are given sushi and they are disgusted by having to eat raw fish. Well contrary to popular belief sushi is not raw fish. The raw fish is called sashimi. The sushi is simply the vinegared rice that can be (but doesn’t have to be) paired with the sashimi. Sushi can be made without any raw fish present.
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