Confused by conflicting health and nutrition advice? We’ve got some tips to help you make sense of it all.
There’s been a lot of talk about fake news lately, but it’s nothing new. The diet industry has been touting questionable claims forever, and there’s a constant stream of conflicting health and nutrition articles popping up in your newsfeed. Coffee is good for you, coffee is bad for you, skim milk vs whole, margarine vs butter, juicing vs blending...it’s a warzone out there. So how do you know what to trust, and what to take with a grain of (pink-Himalayan-Kosher-flaked-sea) salt?
March is National Nutrition Month, so what better time to learn how to sort through the nonsense and find nutrition tips that are worth using? Let’s find out why health and nutrition advice can be so contradictory, and what you can do about it.