Nutrition experts sort food facts from fiction

06/7/2013 | Ottawa Citizen (Ontario)

It is not true that brown sugar is healthier than white sugar, and while maple syrup and honey might be slightly better options, dietitian Cindy Sass says people should reduce their intake of sugar overall. Nutrition experts say that while it's true that microwave cooking can destroy the B-12 vitamin content of foods, it's a myth that sea salt is healthier than regular salt and that multi-grain foods are as nutritious as whole-grain foods.

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