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Debunking Some Well-known Diet Myths, Part One

Dieting can be a real challenge, especially when involving drastic changes to your lifestyle. There is a huge volume of literature on dieting out there to help you go about the process. However, there is also a huge amount of myths swirling about to confuse each and every person. Here are some those myths and why are they incorrect.

1. Snacking or eating frequently is bad.

It is actually good for those dieting to snack or eat frequently, if you know how to go about it correctly. That is because eating frequently helps you stave off hunger and ease up on your portions when you finally have a complete meal. Just make sure to eat healthy snacks like fruits or yogurt.

2. Staying away from "bad" foods is good.

Scientists have discovered that people tend to binge eat less when they indulge in "bad" foods in moderation. The secret is portion control and sharing. You do not have to forbid yourself completely from having French fries. There is a middle ground.

3. Protein is the only thing you need to eat.

It is still about having a well-balanced diet. Aside from protein, your body needs other nutrients, too. You need carbohydrates and yes, also fat. Eating just protein-rich foods means you do not get fiber from veggies and antioxidants from healthy carbs or food supplements. One supplement which NS-mart recommends is the MFIII PE Softgels Advanced Formula. It has resveratrol, a potent antioxidant found in grape skin.

4. Skipping breakfast is recommended.

Skipping breakfast makes people overeat later in the day. Whatever calorie you forwent by not eating breakfast, all gone to waste. What is true is that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially if you eat a healthy breakfast regularly.

There are more dieting myths to be debunked. Definitely watch out for Part 2.