25 health 'facts' that are totally wrong - About Half are Misinformation and Many are just Devious Marketing
There's something about health and nutrition folk wisdom that's resistant to truth.
Common health "facts" include the ideas that MSG will make you sick, that a juice detox is just what you need after a week of indulgence, and that sports drinks like Gatorade are totally fine since you need the electrolytes.
None of these things are true. They, like many other folk sayings and tips, fall into the category of health myths that are totally — or at least mostly — wrong.
Here's the truth behind some of those health claims you've heard all your life, but might not hold water at all.
|25 health 'facts' that are totally wrong
Is it starve a fever and feed a cold, or the other way around?