Dietitian Alyse Levine busts some tasty myths!
This month: Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter vs.Whole Eggs
Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter
Why it’s actually bad: “Healthy fat is stripped away and replaced with sugar. You’re better off with the full-fat version, which has the same calories per serving.”
Why they’re actually good: “Many avoid the yolks because of cholesterol, but dietary cholesterol doesn’t even affect some people’s levels. And the yolks contain most of the nutrients and all the omega-3 fatty acids!”