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There are 5 foods that sometimes have an unhealthy reputation,
but are actually not.

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Research conducted these last years by scientists and nutritionists were often contradictory, it is sometimes difficult to qualify if a meal is or not reasonable.
After several divergent nutritional recommendations, it is sometimes impossible to have a clear opinion on the subject. However, if we take a step back, some foods that we avoid due to received wisdom are not as bad as they are supposed to be.
The following food have been considered as bad for health, and flouted by nutritionists. However, their benefits should be highlighted.

 

Eggs: A considerable nutrient intake

 

Eggs were judged bad for the heart because they contain 185 mg of cholesterol.We could think that it is better to avoid them in order to avoid cholesterol.
However, these last 20 years, the medical research showed several times that dietary cholesterol has only a little impact in someone’s blood, if it is consumed reasonably.
Nutritionists are now certain that eggs and other foods that contain cholesterol (seafood, for example) don’t have a negative impact on health.
Besides, eggs are excellent sources of protein and contain many vitamins and minerals essential to the body (vitamins A, D, E, B12, H15, etc.). A protein that provides essential amino acids to the body.

 

Potatoes: starchy foods rich in vitamins and trace elements.

 

The potatoes are part of the family of carbohydrates, so they have no good reputation among all who wish to start a diet, assimilating these foods to weight gain.
The problem actually comes from the way we cook potatoes.
If starchy foods are cooked healthily, they can be a rich source of carbohydrates, vitamin C, B, and trace elements. In addition, potatoes reduce the feeling of satiety. When consumption is reasonable, it cannot hurt us.

 

Chocolate: de-stressing properties.

 

Often judged calorific, chocolate is considered as a guilty pleasure. The myth that it is not recommended to consume, at the risk of gaining weight quickly persists.
However dark chocolate contains a lot of antioxidants, even more than in green tea. Therefore it is recommended to prefer dark chocolate, it is a way to reduce cardiovascular risk, but also a way for a more quiet life, thanks to its de-stressing properties. You can eat two squares and no more! Otherwise, it is greed… Good point: dark chocolate has a satiating power.

 

Milk and dairy products: calcium and protein.

 

Difficult to advise anyone a milk-based diet, yogurt and cheese … rich in saturated fatty acids, dairy products have a tough life. They are blamed to disrupt the cardiovascular system, and create intestinal problems.
Yet rich in protein and calcium do not avoid them and it is advisable to eat as part of a healthy diet. Just choose the milk you need: cow, goat, soya… Indeed, we all have different intestines and only your digestive system will tell you which dairy it is better able to assimilate.

 

Wheat: magnesium and fiber.

 

If you do not suffer from gluten intolerance, and you are in perfect health, do not follow the trend of “gluten free” by definitively banishing wheat from your diet! Rich in B vitamins, zinc, magnesium and fiber, eat cereal is a good idea! So do not deprive yourself.