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7 Popular Diet Myths Debunked

What you thought you knew may be what’s keeping you from your goals



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We’ve been hearing for a long time to cut carbs to lose weight and up the cardio to burn fat. But if that worked for everyone across the board, why are two-thirds of American adults overweight or obese? It turns out a lot of commonly held beliefs about weight loss are wrong. Cutting calories isn’t enough because your metabolism will drop to compensate. Not all foods are OK in moderation. To see what a Scripps weight management specialist has to say about these and more, click here. If that’s got you wondering what you can eat, check out this healthy soba noodle salad recipe here and a list of cancer-fighting foods here.

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