If you’re getting your health and nutritional information from your friends’ Facebook pages, or even from a search engine, the information you’re relying on may not be as trustworthy as it seems. Not all information is created equally, and unlike what the Pritikin experts have to say, the basis for many popular opinions are not grounded in science.
So do you believe the fads or the facts? Let’s find out!
Question 1: Which is healthier for you, olive oil or canola oil?
Question 2: What is the best dietary advice for your heart: eat less fat, eat more fiber, or eat more fish?
Question 3: How much more would you weigh in five years if you ate one more 100-calorie cookie every day?
Question 4: Which contains more sodium, a portion of cornflakes or a portion of potato chips?
Question 5: Who benefits more from exercise, a middle-aged person or an elderly person?
Question 6: Is happiness life-saving?
If you didn’t do as well as you expected, it may be time to plan a trip to the Pritikin Center.
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From THE PRITIKIN EDGE by Robert A. Vogel. Copyright
(c) 2008 by Dr. Robert Vogel and The Pritikin Organization, LLC.
Reprinted by permission of Simon & Schuster, Inc.