Read the truth behind these food facts and don’t be fooled by misleading health food. Before you bite, get the 10 facts on some of these foods.
Wasn’t it mom who used to say, “Don’t believe everything you read?” Once again, she was right. We set the record straight on common misconceptions about which foods are healthy for you and which aren’t.
Myth 1: Brown eggs are more nutritious than white ones.
The only thing the color of an eggshell indicates is the color of the feathers of the bird it came from. White hens lay white eggs, and red hens lay brown eggs. Since brown eggs often cost a bit more than white eggs, you can now save your money without sacrificing nutrition.
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