Testimonials about diet success stories can be very compelling. Just don’t let them override your critical thinking skills. As Newton's third law states: for every positive anecdote, there is an equal and opposite anecdote (or something like that).
When it comes to nutrition it is hard to know who to trust. The people and resources on this list can help you cut through the nutrition noise and provide you the facts you need to make informed decisions about your health.
In my podcast interview with Evil Sugar Radio, we touched many topics including the lackluster science behind the Whole30's It Starts With Food, low-carb diets and gestational diabetes, and will sugar kills your sex drive? Give it a listen!
When it comes to reporting on gluten, you can count on media outlets to regularly misrepresent the science behind it. In this blog, we breakdown a recent study looking at non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS). Bonus: the post is both gluten- and hype-free.
In part II, we examine the original Monsanto paper that spawned the Séralini paper tackled in part I. We also discuss some broader educational points about the safety, science, and regulations behind genetically modified organisms.