Essays on health: how food companies can sneak bias into scientific research

The Conversation, 2 November 2016
Author: Lisa Bero
“Consumer choice is often guided by recommendations about what we should eat, and these recommendations also play a role in the food that’s available for us. Recommendations take the form of dietary guidelines, food companies’ health claims, and clinical advice. But there’s a problem. Recommendations are often conflicting and the source of advice not always transparent.”
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