Diets Come and Diets Go: What’s the Magic Bullet? You.

Oh how things have changed. Or have they? When it comes to the field of nutrition, we are fortunate to have extensive research performed over the past two decades that makes a good case for diet’s relationship to disease. Heart … Continue reading

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Spinning the Truth: Dietary components are more gray than black and white.

It’s full-swing political season, and most people are familiar with the idea of “spin”. Well, this happens in health research too. A recent review on the topic determined that when spin is used in the study’s press release, it carries … Continue reading

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Take-Away Points from Sugar Session at EB2012

The Experimental Bio 2012 session, Fructose, Sucrose and High Fructose Corn Syrup: Relevant Scientific Findings and Health Implications, was fascinating and confirmed what I already knew: While we have a caloric consumption issue to work on as a nation, sucrose … Continue reading

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Summary: Fructose, Sucrose and High Fructose Corn Syrup: Relevant Scientific Findings and Health Implications

The Experimental Bio 2012 session, Fructose, Sucrose and High Fructose Corn Syrup: Relevant Scientific Findings and Health Implications, provided me with some important takeaways which I have listed here. Each of the five speakers had a chance to present their … Continue reading

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Panel of Experts Discuss Sweeteners at Experimental Biology 2012 Meeting

I was a consultant to the Corn Refiner’s Association when this posted, but my thoughts and opinions are my own. I’m back from the Experimental Biology 2012 conference in San Diego. The session: “Fructose, Sucrose, and High Fructose Corn Syrup: … Continue reading

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