January 2009 Issue
What You Worry About But Shouldn’t Vs Things That Are Worth Your Worry
If you pay attention to every ominous nutrition headline, it may seem like everything you eat is risky. But not every nutrition "warning" warrants your undivided attention. While itís human nature to be on alert for trouble, excessive worrying is bad for your health. Here, EN sorts through common topics of nutrition headlines to help allay some common fears, but also to highlight other topics that deserve your attention.
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