Rejoice! Eight glasses of water, 10,000 steps and other healthy guidelines are actually total BS

Dr. Donald Hensrud, associate professor of medicine and nutrition at the Mayo Clinic, walks us through six common health myths. He says you don’t need 8 glasses of water a day or 8 cups of coffee or alcohol to hydrate. Eating late at night can be helpful in that it encourages you to eat less and not mindlessly snack in front of “The Late Show’s” He says there is no evidence that not eating breakfast affects overall health. Organic food sounds like it should be better for you, but it might not make a difference overall to your health.

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