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Viewpoint: How body building culture and fad diets mislead consumers about protein

Genes and Science&nbsp|&nbsp
In most supermarket aisles you’re likely to come across at least one product that features ‘protein’ somewhere in the title ...

Viewpoint: Busting nutrition myths—Why you don’t have to cut potatoes out of your diet

Genes and Science&nbsp|&nbsp
“Stop cutting out white potatoes – they're as healthy as sweet ones, dietitians say,” a recent headline in Insider urges us ...
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Viewpoint: Taking vitamin D is the ‘least crackpot’ of the coronavirus nutrition ideas

For the most part, supplements are a waste of money at best and harmful at worst. But could vitamin D ...

Eat a big breakfast to lose weight? This old nutritional adage isn’t backed up by science

American Council on Science and Health&nbsp|&nbsp
Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper is an old nutritional adage that at ...
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Mandatory calorie counts on fast-food menus have little impact on customer purchases, latest study finds

American Council on Science and Health&nbsp|&nbsp
As of May last year, all American restaurant chains with 20 or more outlets have been legally obliged to provide calorie ...

Diet and dementia: Is fast food really ‘eating away your brain’?

Genes and Science&nbsp|&nbsp
Nutrition studies on Alzheimer's conclude that diet might affect brain health. Beware of media spins that claim more ...