US needs to stop sugar-coating research on nutrition
|US needs to stop sugar-coating research on nutrition||Darrell Miller||11/04/16|
November 04, 2016 05:49 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: US needs to stop sugar-coating research on nutrition
Have you ever seen research on nutrition? Do you feel that they often sugar coat everything when it comes to the research? If you feel that way, you aren’t the only one. In the past after a report on sugar and its contributions to heart disease, school cafeterias changed the menus. Before that can happen again to prevent that from repeating, a few things have to change. To learn more about research on nutrition and how it affects you, read more here in the article.
- The tampering of this Harvard research paper impacted 50 years’ worth of research on heart disease and nutritional science.
- This transition contributed significantly to the current obesity problem, which costs over $100 billion in annual estimated health care costs.
- The tampering of this Harvard publication reveals the damaging effects from industries meddling with scientific research.
"By pressuring universities to be transparent with the sources of their financial backers, and by increasing public funding for university-led research, I am confident that people will be able to once again deem scientific publications trustworthy."