1) Alcohol makes you feel hungrier
That’s false. It’s actually like soda, but it just has less calories and it’s not sugary. Unless you add sugar of course.
2) Caffeine stunts your growth
Many tall kids in my school used to drink coffee when they were only 14. And still they grew up during the next years. I didn’t know their full diet of course, but since they were drinking coffee, and still they grew, then it’s a proof that this about caffeine, is nothing but a myth.
3) Drink as much water as possible
Unless you want to have overhydration, and go to the toilet every ten minutes. You should drink only when you are actually thirsty, and not shove into your mouth ten glasses per day because that’s what supposed to be good for you.
4) Junk Food makes you fat
They will make you fat, if you sit on your chair all day. And not only junk food, but any food if you eat it in large quantities, and you don’t move. Also I have met people who eat at McDonald’s a few times per week on average, and they are skinny. Also I eat there myself frequently, and I’m still skinny. Why? Because I move a lot. I am like 5 hours per day on the road by average, plus I don’t eat massive quantities. And another one thing most people ignore, is the fact I don’t eat quickly. Eating slowly actually helps. You don’t realize immediately that you are full, but several minutes should have been passed.
5) Milk makes you taller
If it was true then all lactose intolerant people would be tiny. So the phrase Drink your milk if you want to grow tall, mothers use to say to their kids, it’s no more than an old grandma’s tale.
6) Sugar kills testosterone
If that was true, then after drinking a can of Coca-Cola, which contains big amounts of sugar, then you wouldn’t be able to get it up, for a week at least.
7) You can eat as much fruit & vegetables you want
See what I said in #4. If you eat salads in large quantities every day, even without mayonnaise and also without oil, then you will get fat. Especially if you don’t move at all, and sit on your chair all day.