Wednesday, February 3, 2016

WSJ: The Food Pyramid Scheme

The new dietary guide for Americans is based on dubious science, perhaps especially when it comes to saturated fat and the remaining low-fat advice — and now Congress wants an impartial review. Big changes might be coming.

Nina Teicholz and Stephen E. Nissen has written a good new op-ed about the situation, in The Wall Street Journal:

WSJ: The Food Pyramid Scheme (paywall)

Real Daily Buzz: Steven Nissen and Nina Teicholz: The Food Pyramid Scheme (no paywall)


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