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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI)
 
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DIETITIAN HIGHLIGHTS
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MYTH VS FACT
Myth: Fresh vegetables and fruits are too expensive.
Fact: While vegetables and fruits might be more expensive than your typical fast food, it is important to make them a part of your daily diet. There are ways to lower the cost of fruits and vegetables such as buying in season, buying in bulk or even growing your own! (naturallysavvy.com)

Myth: Fruits and vegetables are not worth keeping in my kitchen because they go bad.
Fact: Fruits and vegetables do go bad, but there are ways to keep them lasting longer. For example, bananas can stay fresher longer if you keep plastic wrap around their stems. Also, celery can stay crunchy longer if your keep it wrapped in aluminum foil in your refrigerator. If you notice any fruits or veggies going bad, stick them in the freezer for later use or even a smoothie! (everydayhealth.com)

Myth: There is sugar in fruits, so it is bad for you.
Fact: Many unhealthy foods contain added sugar such as high fructose corn syrup which massively increases fructose intake. Fruits contain fructose as well, but in very low amounts, which is not harmful to your body as these are natural sugars. Fruit is also good for you because of the vitamins, energy, and fiber it provides for your body. (healthline.com)

Myth: Fresh fruits and vegetable are more nutritious than frozen fruits and vegetables.
Fact: Most frozen fruit is just fresh fruit frozen directly after harvesting. Freezing the fruit freezes the time and any nutritional value. (healthline.com)

Myth: Fruit and vegetable juice is healthier than actually eating the fruit or vegetable.
Fact: Some believe that juicing provides the body with more nutrients than eating. Eating the fruit and vegetables gives you more daily fiber intake, which promotes a healthier gut and keeps you fuller longer. Juicing does not have fiber, but if eating fruits and veggies does not sound pleasing, it is a great way to receive nutrients. (mayoclinic.org)
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