According to recent study, most individuals can't effectively analyse their nutrition.
Most nutrition diet participants exaggerated their diets, which scored a "F."
According to research, you may be correct about your diet.
New research reveals your eating habits are less healthful than you believe.
People are often inaccurate about how well they eat, even when they believe their diet is healthy, according to study presented at the American Society for Nutrition's annual conference
USDA and UCA researchers asked 9,757 American adults to rank their diet from "poor" to "excellent."
If you believe your food is harmful, the research agrees. People who assessed their eating habits as poor were more likely to be right, researchers found.
Diets rich in plant foods like greens, legumes, whole grains, and fruits may help avoid diseases like cancer for a longer, healthier life.