So You Thought It Was Good For You
As people in general are becoming more conscious about what they eat, there are several foods that we’ve found that you thought were good for you, but actually they’re not.
Remember when wheat grass was all the rage? People would “throw back a shot” of wheat grass to top off a vigorous workout. At the very least, they’d add a shot of wheatgrass to their smoothies. While it’s true that wheatgrass is a good concentrated source of vitamins A,C, iron, and E, so are a lot of other leafy green vegetables. Many people think that wheatgrass boosts your immunity and kills harmful bacteria. They also think that wheatgrass helps to treat cancer, diabetes, anemia, and infections. No studies have proven any of this to be true.
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