Translating Today’s Nutrition Science for Your Clients
The dynamic nature of research dictates that it doesn't ever settle. It continues to layer, sometimes breaking down yesterday's "truths" in the process. There is no right or wrong study, but there are often misleading interpretations of research. From confusion over the hundreds of new studies on sugar and fat, to the promise of research on nutrition helping chronic pain and inflammation, to overhyped studies on superfoods, Examine.com's editor-in-chief brings us up to date with a clear look at today's nutrition literature.
- Describe current research on popular diets, including plant-based and ketogenic varieties.
- Name functional foods that may help clients with chronic health conditions.
- Identify common flaws in nutrition evidence.
- Rank nutrition study types according to a generalized evidence hierarchy.
- Differentiate between reliable information sources and potentially misleading ones.
- Distinguish truly harmful foods and ingredients from commonly demonized ones.
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