50 Body Myths You Should STOP Believing (Part 4)

Eating fatty foods makes you gain weight.

Fats are actually pretty healthy for you — the false causation between heart disease and saturated fat caused this myth to stick around. Heart attacks are caused by pre-diabetes, or Type 2 diabetes, which in turn are caused by eating too much sugar and refined carbs.

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