Fruit Myths: Debunked

With something held so high on a pedestal for reasons of being marked as something healthy and pretty much perfect for human beings' consumption; it isn't a stretch to realize that some people may find this to be a bit too good to be true.

Luckily, many of these myths can be debunked, which leaves behind more positivity for the reign of fruit. Although there are a few details that can be considered negative, it isn't a big enough problem to avoid fruit altogether.

Here are some myths that people like to believe about fruits that have been debunked. Enjoy:

Bananas and Sugar:


One myth for our favorite yellow fruit is that bananas contain too much sugar, which should obviously make it unhealthy for you. Although the banana does, in fact, have 14 grams of sugar, which is admittedly a lot for fruit; the difference between this sugar and the sugar that is in most sweets and desserts is that it is natural. So snacking on a banana will always be better for you than snacking on a candy bar.

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