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10 of the most popular misconceptions about drinks debunked

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Certain beverages have been advertised as quick solutions to various health ailments like poor sleep, heart problems, and high blood sugar. Despite what many people may think, these drinks don't always provide health benefits.We asked dietitian and nutritionist Whitney English to debunk some of the most popular myths and misconceptions about your favorite drinks.Visit insider's homepage for more stories.

There's plenty of misinformation out there about your favorite drinks, from diet soda and green juice to an evening cocktail.

With conflicting research and shifting public opinions, it can be easy to get confused about what's really good for you, and what's doing more harm than good. 

Take red wine for example. Some research has claimed it can reduce heart problems and help you burn fat, so much that drinking a glass of it is equivalent to an hour at the gym. Meanwhile, other research has suggested there's no safe level of wine to drink at all.

So how can you tell what's fact and what's fiction? Insider spoke to Whitney English, a dietitian and nutritionist, to sort it out.

Read on to see 10 of the most common misconceptions about drinks, and what's actually true, according to an expert.

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Certain beverages have been advertised as quick solutions to various health ailments like poor sleep, heart problems, and high blood sugar.  Despite what many people may think, these drinks don't always provide health benefits. We asked dietitian and nutritionist Whitney English to debunk some of the most popular myths and misconceptions about your favorite drinks. Visit insider's homepage for more stories. There's plenty of misinformation out there about your favorite drinks, from diet soda and green juice to an evening cocktail. With conflicting research and shifting public opinions, it can be easy to get confused about what's really good for you, and what's doing more harm than good.  Take red wine for example. Some research has claimed it can reduce heart problems and help you burn fat, so much that drinking a glass of it is equivalent to an hour at the gym. Meanwhile, other research has suggested there's no safe level of wine to drink at all. So how can you tell what's fact and what's fiction? Insider spoke to Whitney English, a dietitian and nutritionist, to sort it out. Read on to see 10 of the most common misconceptions about drinks, and what's actually true, according to an expert.

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Certain beverages have been advertised as quick...

10 of the most popular misconceptions about drinks debunked

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10 of the most popular misconceptions about drinks debunked

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2019-10-10T18:54:10+02:00

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Certain beverages have been advertised as quick solutions to various health ailments like poor sleep, heart problems, and high blood sugar.  Despite what many people may think, these drinks don't always provide health benefits. We asked dietitian and nutritionist Whitney English to debunk some of the most popular myths and misconceptions about your favorite drinks. Visit insider's homepage for more stories. There's plenty of misinformation out there about your favorite drinks, from diet soda and green juice to an evening cocktail. With conflicting research and shifting public opinions, it can be easy to get confused about what's really good for you, and what's doing more harm than good.  Take red wine for example. Some research has claimed it can reduce heart problems and help you burn fat, so much that drinking a glass of it is equivalent to an hour at the gym. Meanwhile, other research has suggested there's no safe level of wine to drink at all. So how can you tell what's fact and what's fiction? Insider spoke to Whitney English, a dietitian and nutritionist, to sort it out. Read on to see 10 of the most common misconceptions about drinks, and what's actually true, according to an expert.

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