You know you consume calories every day but you may not know what they actually are or how they work and thats understandable its tough to grasp the idea of something that you cant actually see or taste in any of your foods for one thing the internets confusing swirl of calorie myths and truths doesnt help either. These calorie myths are often rooted in truth but presented in black or white terms that are useless at best harmful at worst and do little to help the average person lose body fat lets dig right in calories in calories out is all you need to know simple is nice simple is good. Technically the title should have been the 2000 calorie myths as there are two very closely related calorie myths we will be reviewing today before we get to the two nutrition label misconceptions the calorie myths myth 1 2000 calories a day is the recommended daily allowance by the fda. Calorie myths debunked discover 7 facts proven by science why calorie counting is inaccurate plus 3 hacks to actually lose weight 7 scientific facts why calorie counting is inaccurate calories in vs calories out is a myth. A scientific study tested this myth directly and completely debunked it just like the low calorie diet myth 3 food labels count calories exactly and correctly even the most conscientious knowledgeable people get fooled by this myth the amount of calories that are actually in a food can fluctuate wildly from what is listed on the label
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