Nutrition News: How Do We Know What to Believe?

Misinterpretation, misunderstanding, and purposeful misleading are common in science writing. These tips may help you identify trustworthy sources.

Nutrition information (and mis-information) is all around us, in books, magazines, talk shows, news stories, or just a tap of the mouse or the touchscreen away. How do we know if the information we are getting is credible? “Interpreting research studies can be difficult, even for highly-trained researchers,” says Jeanne P. Goldberg, PhD, professor of […]

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