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.
Do you feel like nutritionists are always changing their minds? Do you want science-based information about diet but don’t know whom or what to believe?
If you’re nodding in agreement, you’re not alone: More than 80% of Americans are befuddled.
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Quality and integrity of research is a crucial matter, especially when being used to write the foundation for federal dietary guidelines.
Yes, we need high quality, systematic reviews and updated guidelines that are continually based on new research.
No, we do not benefit from excluding systematic reviews and meta-analyses by outside groups.
The Better Nutrition Program creates tools developed by practitioners for practitioners and their patients to assess current total nutrition intake. Tools are used as intake forms, for sessions, and to help practitioners develop their businesses. We offer companies and patients a network of practitioners using tools and those with whom we’ve collaborated to develop tools.
More than 150 people were expected Tuesday night for the first Night of Food Justice dinner with former New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman at Valley View Farm in Haydenville. The dinner, hosted by The Pioneer Valley Workers Center, is meant to raise awareness of justice issues facing food workers.
We are a global coalition of world renown experts, fighting fake facts and combating false doubts to create a world free of preventable diseases, using the time-honored, evidence-based, fundamentals of lifestyle and medicine.