Understanding Food Studies that Contradict

CT Post —May 24, 2016

Reporter Amanda Cuda of CT Post writes on the often conflicting studies that emerge about food and how anyone can tell whether a food is good or bad for them.

She speaks to Linzy Unger, MS, RD, CDN, a registered dietitian at Hospital for Special Surgery, who noted "It's important that people really look at the source of the study." For example, if a study is funded by a company that makes artificial sweetener touts the benefits, it's right to be skeptical.

"People can talk to a dietitian to help them separate the scientific studies from the nonscientific," said Unger.

To read the full article, visit CTPost.com.


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