scientific study

Blog entry | Aug 30 2017

Low-fat, high-carb: new data from the PURE cohort study

Blog entry | Jun 15 2017

Each time a nutrition study descends upon the internet I cringe internally. I have to brace myself as I click through the various news outlets covering it, knowing that I may encounter sensational

Blog entry | Apr 20 2017

It’s pretty easy to find an article touting the latest one-off study saying “X food will cure cancer” and then find another article saying “X food will cause cancer.” While reporting these findings

Blog entry | Apr 20 2017

A new study has examined the associations between consumption of beverages sweetened with sugar and/or low-

Blog entry | Apr 05 2017

Blog entry | Jan 18 2017

Aging in humans is often accompanied by chronic, low-grade inflammation.

Blog entry | Jan 12 2017

It only took two weeks into 2017 to have splashy, click bait headlines from a new study, generating a swirl of co

Blog entry | Jul 28 2016

We’re all about breaking down scientific findings, especially when the research focuses on nutrition.

Blog entry | Jun 02 2016

Science communication is at the heart of what we strive to do here. When new scientific results are oversold and/or sensationalized, it can leave us with all.the.feels.

Blog entry | Mar 25 2016

The latest problematic study, rooted in spurious correlation and statistical manipulation, has sparked a round of headlines that connect couples’ caffeine consumption to miscarriages.

Blog entry | Mar 09 2016

This week, a new single-study is taking over the airwaves.

Blog entry | Feb 16 2016

This week, the British Journal of Nutrition released two new meta-analyses that looked at milk and meat products, sparking headlines like The Guardian’s ‘Organic meat and milk could offer health be

Blog entry | Feb 08 2016

Every so often, we read a new study that challenges what decades of research have demonstrated. While it makes for great headlines, we’re often left wondering: is it credible?

Blog entry | Sep 22 2015

A study published in Obesity compared two groups of people in a 12-week weight loss program to figure out the impact of low-calorie sweetened beverages.

Blog entry | Sep 15 2015

From an early age, we’ve been taught that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”.

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