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News of the Day via Dr. Tom Rifai, Editor

THI Council Member Tom Rifai MD, FACP, covers News of the Day (NOTeD), debunking or authenticating health and nutrition news circulating around the internet.

From the THI President's Keypad

Meat: Less is More

AUTHOR: David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM

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How much meat should you eat? Unless you already eat none- then, less. That answer is rooted in data from three distinct domains. The first- my career-long focus– is the direct effects of dietary patterns on human health, arguably the most contentious of the three. The second is how the routine comestion of nearly 8 billion hungry Homo sapiens impacts the environment and climate- and ultimately, the habitability of this planet by our kind of animal. The third is how we treat fellow creatures with the same fundamental sensibilities if not of ourselves – and that is debatable – then certainly of the family dog.

News of The Day

NOTeD Asks: What Drives the Severity of COVID-19 Infection?

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The Truth About Plant-Based Meats
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Evidence-Supported News. Get the Facts Without the Hype

Defending FACTS, Fighting Falsehoods

There seems to be a new diet competing with an old diet in every news cycle. But scientists are not confused, confounded, or at war. We take a moment to talk about an underappreciated topic: methodology.

Modernize the Definition of Protein Quality

We call upon the Commissioner of the FDA and the US Secretary of Agriculture to commission a working group of the National Academy of Medicine to modernize the formal definition of protein quality to one that better serves both public, and planetary health.

Nearly all of us will fail at our annual round of New Year’s resolutions, which historically are led by eating better and losing weight. But the struggle for your health is not a battle between you and the scale, or you and the brownies.

THI FEATURED MEMBER: Mark Bittman

COUNCIL RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE

Mark Bittman and David L. Katz, MD

How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered

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Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification

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