Mainstream nutrition can’t stop telling lies that may lead you straight to obesity and disease. Here’s a look at some seriously bad advice that’s been completely refuted by science.
Hot dogs and many deli meats often contain a carcinogenic preservative that you should know about.
Studies show soy may impair fertility and affect estrogen in women, lower sex drive, and trigger puberty early in children.
Even if your daily diet contains some heart-healthy fare like salmon and oatmeal, your heart could still be at risk.
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