Dietitian seeks to clear up common nutrition misconceptions

11/19/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Registered dietitian Molly Kimball writes that she often hears nutrition myths from clients, including that sea salt has less sodium than regular salt, when they really have similar levels. Other misconceptions include the idea that muscle turns to fat without exercise, that pineapples are too high in sugar and that everyone needs to eat more whole grains, Kimball writes.

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