What Decades of (Sometimes Dodgy) Dietary Advice Made Us Do
In September, a team of researchers made a well-publicized recommendation that people start eating… about as much red meat as they already eat. This was not based on any new medical findings, and was described by its authors as a “weak recommendation” with “low-certainty evidence.”
This new advice is part of a broader backlash against how nutritional research is conducted and communicated.
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