That is the opinion of FemGuide, which notes that eating only organic food is one myth that has caught out a few people out, as there is no proof that these food stuffs are healthier than non-organic variants.
Another frequent faux pas is not eroding food labels which means some women are undoing all of their hard work in their attempt to lose weight by consuming foods full of fat that they may not be area of, even though it is printed on the packaging.
Thinking that exercise makes up for any badness in a person's diet is also a misconception, as physical activity is supposed to complement healthy eating rather than counteract unhealthy eating, the site noted.
The final mistake is skipping breakfast, thinking it will help to reduce calorie intake, when the truth is far from it, the source notes.
It added: "There’s a big misconception that to lose weight, skipping meals is a good idea. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it can really help you to stay slim. It reduces the chances that you will snack on the wrong food. It also gives you the energy that you need throughout the day."