Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Try this. Try that. Do this. Do that. When it comes to catering nutrition information to the masses, the original intent or true findings of research seem to falter in the background in favour of the point the writer is trying to prove. It is not difficult for any half-educated individual to do a quick search on ‘iamright.com’ and find some vague suggestion in an obscure article that their point is not necessarily wrong, and therefore provides absolute permission to apply their findings to any claim that may match some similar words and suggestions. For instance,…
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