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6 Nutrition Myths Debunked in Under 6 Minutes Myth 1: Protein is Bad For You Have you heard that protein is linked to more calcium in the urine, which leads to bone loss?Much information exists regarding nutrition. But the problem is a lot of that information is inaccurate. Let’s debunk a few common myths so you can feel more confident about your food choices.

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From the truth about shopping organic to the importance of exercise, consider these 6 nutrition myths debunked. Myth. Exercise is more important than diet. Fact. Diet doesn’t totally win out either, by the way—in reality, it’s tricky to say that one is more important than the other.

The article “6 Fat Myths Debunked” originally ran on RodalesOrganicLife.com. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email. Common cooking myths debunked There are many things in life that we accept as true, and many of us never really challenge these beliefs.

When it. Here are 6 widespread bodybuilding myths when it comes to diet and meal plan structure #1 “You must consume a meal every 2-3 hours throughout the day”. Truth: The “6 meals a day” approach does.

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The Atkins “Debunking the Myths” webpage, though, calls such a charge just another “fallacy,” claiming that “While you’re doing Atkins you will get 100% of the Recommended Daily Intake of calcium….”

“Carbophobia: The Scary Truth about America's Low-Carb Craze” by Michael Greger
from Carbophobia: The Scary Truth about America’s Low-Carb Craze
by Michael Greger
Lantern Books, 2005

In conclusion, these same people who were actually gaining weight on a 1,000 calorie per day, carbohydrate inclusive diet started losing weight on a 2,600 calorie per day, high-fat diet—additional, compelling evidence that a calorie is certainly NOT a calorie!

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from 15 Minutes to Fitness: Dr. Ben’s SMaRT Plan for Diet and Total Health
by Charles Barkley, Vincent Ben Bocchicchio
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Claims that “calories don’t matter” or “the calorie myth has been debunked” rage in the online blogosphere and social media posts, even among seemingly evidence-based and respectable doctors and practitioners.

“Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports” by Marc Bubbs
from Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports
by Marc Bubbs
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2019

The aforementioned book is but one example of the nutrition misinformation being foisted on an unsuspecting public by unscrupulous instant “experts,” people who wouldn’t recognize 1,25 dihydroxycholecalciferol if they had a snoutful of it.

“Appeal to Expert Opinion: Arguments from Authority” by Douglas Walton
from Appeal to Expert Opinion: Arguments from Authority
by Douglas Walton
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The only nutrition claims permitted are those relating to energy, protein, carbohydrate, and fat and components thereof, fiber, sodium, and vitamins and minerals for which Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs) have been laid down in the Codex Guidelines for Nutrition Labelling.

“Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition” by Benjamin Caballero, Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice
from Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition
by Benjamin Caballero, Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice
Elsevier Science, 2005

Additionally, the International Food Information Council Web site says, “There is a dire lack of scientific research to corroborate the theories expounded in the majority of diet books currently on the market….

“Controversies in Food and Nutrition” by Myrna Chandler Goldstein, Mark Allan Goldstein
from Controversies in Food and Nutrition
by Myrna Chandler Goldstein, Mark Allan Goldstein
Greenwood Press, 2002

Some of these beliefs have arisen from nutritional misinformation perpetuated by a lack of scientific proof or disproof and by the pervasive desire to find easy solutions to medical or behavioral problems through diet.

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from Canine and Feline Nutrition E-Book: A Resource for Companion Animal Professionals
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

For example, in Chapter 16, “Eat Less–Live Longer,” has been updated to include the most recent research on calorie restriction.

“Nutrition: Science and Applications” by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
from Nutrition: Science and Applications
by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
Wiley, 2019

The dietary guidelines have not changed since 1977, and they are still not evidence-based, as Nina Teicholz7 and Zoë Harcombe8 have clearly shown.

“Lore of Nutrition: Challenging conventional dietary beliefs” by Tim Noakes
from Lore of Nutrition: Challenging conventional dietary beliefs
by Tim Noakes
Penguin Random House South Africa, 2017

“Calories in, calories out” as a theory for how to lose weight is dead wrong.

“Goddesses Never Age: The Secret Prescription for Radiance, Vitality, and Well-Being” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
from Goddesses Never Age: The Secret Prescription for Radiance, Vitality, and Well-Being
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2015

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  • Whenever you need some solid information about fitness, Rather watch Ted x vids rather than a phd who has been sponsored to speak like a puppet by a supplement company

  • 6:45
    I’d like to differ with wearing a bunch of sweaters, running and biking hard for an hour having my heart rate above 190 on avg.
    You lose weight quickly m8


  • Anyone who knows anything about creatine knows that ‘Myth’ number 5 is a gross oversimplification.

    Creatine CAN cause dehydration and cramps IF you don’t increase the amount of water you drink to offset the new requirements of cell volumisation. Simply saying no and then citing the study he did is very unhelpful, misleading and confusing to some people.

  • RP completely overwhelmed me. I thought my day was ruined if I messed up on my times and macros. My husband would be like look at your day of eating as a whole. You are super healthy. It just made me feel bad cause I wanted everything perfectly. Counting calories/macros now and my life is happier ����

  • References please! I am not sure about this data at all!! This should not be on the internet because it is giving so many people false information! This is a promotion advert they want you to buy there supplements!! Please don’t listen to this go to a different you-tuber or web page which is not one which is owned by a big company or sponsored!! Hate it when people do this!!

  • HEY Sean, are all calories created equal? This is getting kinda confusing because i recently read some articles saying that calories are not created equal.

  • Yeah this guy is pushing protein supplements. Jeff Nippard proves the anabolic window is a myth, however this guy is lying to you to get you to buy more protein.

  • Undebunked myth number 12: Lifting stunts growth?

    This question always poses as a threat to many newbies or teenagers, among those unnecessarily questions, this 1 should be primary focus.

  • I get why everyone is smelling someone trying to sell something but very little of this is wrong, the caffeine thing is way off though, it certainly is a diuretic, it will not however DEHYDRATE you since the water the coffee is made with is FAR greater than what you lose due to the caffeine. The diet thing was not “wrong” per say since they did say it was reducing calories that lead to fat loss but it was presented in a misleading way, protein is NOT a driver of fat loss as they were trying to say, it can help it however because it satiates hunger and therefore can help reduce caloric intake which IS the driver of fat loss and they did say as much to be fair but said that in with a bunch of other mumbojumbo about protein. are they clearly talking about mostly protein related stuff to sell products? Yes. But most of this is spot on so quit whining lol

  • Since you just have a simple way to explain things, can you do a video on weight loss as a female when it pertains to the female monthly cycle. I’ve heard so many different things

  • Great Video Sean. Quick question. I do Intermittent Fasting. So I get all my calories postworkout in the late afternoon/early evening. They say that High Glycemic carbs are best to spike your insulin bc of being in that fasted state. Should all my carbs be High Glycemic or mix it up with lower Glycemic carbs? If so, what ratio would you recommend?

  • Hey guys, just a quick note to let you know that I do my very best to respond to the questions that are posted here, but YouTube doesn’t notify me of everything that is posted and with the hundreds of videos on this channel I can’t possibly keep track of them all. If you don’t receive a reply to your post, it most likely means that I simply didn’t see it. If you need a guaranteed way to get in touch with me, please join the Facebook page and post your question there: https://www.facebook.com/SeanNalewanyjOfficial

  • You are honestly the one of the few REAL people in the fitness industry. You speak nothing but the simple, unfilitered truth! Will definitely be marathoning all yout videos after my exams because Netflix needs to pick up its game.

    Also, I wanted to ask you about tracking sugar alcohols. Is it true that you have to subtract them from total carbs to get your net carbs for the day?

  • 1. Protein doesn’t hurt kidneys
    2. It doesn’t decalcify bones
    3. Lactate acid doesn’t cause soreness
    4. Fewer calories = lose weight but only if protein is the same
    5. Creatine doesn’t dehydrate you
    6. Women can lift heavy—they won’t just magically bulk
    7. Artificial sweeteners aren’t dangerous in normal amounts
    8. You can’t counter a burger with a salad/also see “low calories = lose weight”
    9. If you’re gonna have a protein shake a day, have it after working out (paraphrased)
    10. “Caffeine is not a diuretic”
    11. Most weight loss is in the kitchen

  • Myth #1: Protein is bad for your kidneys
    Myth #2: Protein makes your bones brittle
    Myth #3: Lactic acid makes your muscles sore
    Myth #4: There’s a “best diet” for fat loss
    Myth #5: Taking creatine dehydrates you
    Myth #6: Women automatically get huge from lifting weights
    Myth #7: Artificial sweeteners are not safe
    Myth #8: It’s just food quality that matters, not total calories
    Myth #9: You have to have protein immediately after workout
    Myth #10: Caffeine is a diuretic
    Myth #11: Exercise is the best for weight loss

  • Exactly why I subscribed straight to the point and you can just tell by the way you talk you know what your talking about simply awesome bro love the vids

  • There are benefits to intermittent fasting/time restricted eating, so hand waving away the anabolic window question isn’t good enough

  • A few caveats on artificial sweeteners and protein shakes.

    1) Artificial sweeteners have been increasing linked to metabolic problems. Not cancer, and maybe better then better sugar, but worse than natural food. Avoid junk food and drink water.

    2) There are drawbacks to protein shakes, namely cost and nutritional quality. And if you eat a diet rich in protein, you will be constantly supplying your muscles with protein. Food spends about 10 hours being digested, and it takes 24 to 48 hours to rebuild muscles after a workout. No room for a post workout shake to make a difference.

  • Wow! This is a pretty odd blend of “bro” and real science. Performing a short term study on bone density? Interesting, inconclusive too. Going back to the calorie topic and disregarding nutrient density for body composition? Yeah…

  • This is a very dangerous video for public health and somebody should take it down!

    Here is an actual study of the effect such supplements can have on you if taken recklessly, which shows that “long-term consumption of a high-protein diet could be linked with metabolic and clinical problems, such as loss of bone mass and renal dysfunction”.

    Cuenca-Sánchez, M., Navas-Carrillo, D. & Orenes-Piñero, E. Controversies Surrounding High-Protein Diet Intake: Satiating Effect and Kidney and Bone Health. Adv. Nutr. 6, 260–266 (2015)