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10 Accepted Health ‘Facts’ That Are Actually False

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At some point in life, you must have heard the phrases “carrots improve our vision” and “swimming after eating is super dangerous.” But… Do carrots really improve your vision? or Is swimming after eating that dangerous? We must admit that these are just two “health facts” out of many we not only accept but believe.

So, where do you really stand? Are you with the ones that believe carrots do boost our vision or not? Regardless of your answer, we are going to debunk the most accepted health facts out there with actual facts, of course. So, let’s put an end to these popular myths, and, please, next time you hear that agave nectar is healthy, try not to get a restraining order served against you.

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