It's crowded. Chaotic. Confusing as heck.
And as a new buzzy healthy food trend pops up almost every second day, the consensus on what is actually Good For You has just become more and more blurry.
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That’s why we've poked around and had a good nosy into some of the biggest, most questionable 'healthy food' myths that you need to stop believing.
We spoke to skincare expert, nutritionist and founder of Vita-Sol Fiona Tuck, and asked her to tell us which healthy eating myths drive her absolutely bat s**t - and why they’re not true.
1. Gluten-free bread is healthier for you.
In case you haven't parked your cute little self in a Sydney cafe for a while, you might be surprised to know that for some simply unknown reason, gluten-free foods have become a really ~trendy~ thing.
Great news for people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Big win. But for those eliminating it from their diets just because their friend Becky who went on a Byron health retreat that one time said it was healthier, not so much.
"If someone has celiac disease, then avoiding gluten is essential and gluten-free bread is a necessity. For non-celiacs choosing gluten-free bread is not usually a healthier option," said Tuck.