The Problem with Science Funded by Industry

The Problem with Science Funded by Industry

It seems like every week we read about new and groundbreaking research that proves food X is rich in nutrient Y, so we should consume it more often to reduce our risk of Z. While we have no doubt that … Continue reading

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Why is There So Much Unhealthy Food in Schools?

Why is There So Much Unhealthy Food in Schools?

  Inadequate Public Funding and the Sale of Competitive Foods as a Revenue Source This is a guest blog-post by Professor Timothy D. Lytton First Lady Michelle Obama’s recently launched Let’s Move campaign to reduce childhood obesity has put a … Continue reading

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Can We Trust Industry Funded Food Research?

Can We Trust Industry Funded Food Research?

This was the subject matter at one of yesterday’s most important and interesting sessions at ADA’s Nutrition Conference in Denver. Unfortunately, it was one of the least popular sessions, with only 50 or so participants. The American Dietetic Association is … Continue reading

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