10 Nutrition Myths

We’re debunking common food myths about sugar, fat—even deep-fried food—and more so you can feel good about enjoying the foods you love.

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Healthy recipes: Wheat Berry Salad with Raisins and Pistachios
Photo: Randy Mayor

Good news: Fiber-rich whole foods satisfy hunger.

While it's true that only half of us eat the fiber we need for good health, eating processed foods with added fiber doesn’t get us off the hook. Fact is, most processed foods lack a bevy of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Eating fiber-rich whole foods is the best way to gain this essential component of you diet.

In this recipe, whole-grain wheat berries are chewy, mild, and packed with fiber. Dressing the hot wheat berries in a homemade spicy-sweet vinaigrette and letting stand for 20 minutes infuses them with intense flavor. And more good news: This fiber- and protein-rich salad will curb hunger pains, something packaged foods can’t always deliver on.

View myth-busting recipe: Wheat Berry Salad with Raisins and Pistachios

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