Carrots help you to see in the dark, oranges are the best source of vitamin C and avoiding fruit in the evening are among the pieces of food advice we should ignore, a study claims.
A poll of 2,000 adults suggests that many British people still believe a number of nutrition myths.
Commissioned by the Love Fresh Berries campaign, a third of those polled agreed celery takes more calories to eat than it gives you.
And nearly half said they did not bother sourcing nutritional information about their food.
Another quarter said they tended to decide whether something is good or bad to eat after searching through social media.