September 2000 Issue
Nutrition Myths That Refuse To Die Continue To Create Confusion
by Densie Webb, Ph.D., R.D. You would think that in today’s world of instant communication—round-the-clock news updates and information at your fingertips via the Internet—misinformation about nutrition would be a relic of the past. But certain myths live on and even flourish, often laying low for a while, then sprouting anew. Here, EN takes a new look at some enduring beliefs.
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