Last week, I wrote about the guilt I face from not preparing more home-cooked meals for my son. We eat out much more than I want. I’m aware of the importance of good nutrition, and I hope to offer my son more healthy eating alternatives at home soon. But I also know there are some health food myths.
An article on goodhousekeeping.com debunks 10 myths. For instance, fresh food isn’t always better than frozen, it says. And the term “all natural” on a label is meaningless. “It’s unregulated and undefined,” says the writer, Jennifer Sweenie. Eating healthy food is important. But so is dispelling inaccurate nutritional information.