2nd Feature

March 2001 Issue

Why Nutrition Advice Flip-Flops All The TimeOr Does It?

These are baffling times for health-conscious Americans. It seems that as soon as the implications of the latest diet study sink in, another comes along to contradict it. For example: Eggs are bad, eggs are okay; fiber is good, fiber doesn’t matter; margarine is the better spread, margarine is as bad as butter. These flip-flops are enough to get even the most conscientious eater fed up. And that has detrimental consequences. In a

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