3 Food Rules You Don’t Need to Follow

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How strict are you in following some common food-related rules? Do you avoid certain foods at all costs or don’t eat in the evening just because you’ve heard it’s not good for you? Here are some food rules that you don’t need to follow.

Don’t Eat After Certain Time

Unless you have digestive problems, eating late doesn’t have to be a problem for you. Many of us find it difficult to have the last meal at 6 or 7 p.m. and go to sleep late, which doesn’t make a lot of sense.

You Need to Cook if You Want to Eat Healthily

While making your own food from fresh ingredients is usually a good idea, it’s not the only way to make sure you’re eating healthy. When you don’t have enough time, pre-made food can be a good option for getting enough nutrients—if you choose carefully.

Fruit is Full of Sugar and Bad for You

Yes, fruit is sweet and contains sugar but it also contains many vitamins, minerals, and fiber. This helps keep your blood sugar levels stable unlike industrial sugar found in soda, cookies, etc.