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.
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