Fast Take

Blog entry | May 08 2017

The late great Yogi Berra had a way wi

Blog entry | Apr 20 2017

A new study has examined the associations between consumption of beverages sweetened with sugar and/or low-

Blog entry | Mar 30 2017

We’re rounding out National Nutrition Month, with a new Sound Science analysis. In fact, this Sound Science piece includes a double feature.

Blog entry | Mar 08 2017

Hardly a month goes by without a new nutrition research study capturing headlines.

Blog entry | Mar 07 2017

From the unseasonably warm weather, to the Washington Wizards actually having a chance at the championship, to that dollar I found the other day, March has been full of surprises.

Blog entry | Jan 23 2017

"More." It’s an interesting word. Generally speaking, it has a great connotation. More money? Yes, please. More time? That sounds terrific, thank you.

Blog entry | Jan 18 2017

Aging in humans is often accompanied by chronic, low-grade inflammation.

Blog entry | Jan 12 2017

It only took two weeks into 2017 to have splashy, click bait headlines from a new study, generating a swirl of co

Blog entry | Jan 10 2017

January is usually filled with optimism. But this year, not so much.

Blog entry | Dec 28 2016

If you came across a book or article about diet and nutrition called “You’re Doing Everything Right,” you probably wouldn’t read it, would you?  Sadly, when it comes to food and health, re

Blog entry | Nov 17 2016

This week, self-proclaimed consumer product “experts” released a report that exa

Blog entry | Oct 21 2016

Another day, another dollar, and another headline touting misleading claims about new research.

Blog entry | Aug 25 2016

Few topics in nutrition get more attention these days than added sugars. As much or more than any other dietary component or lifestyle factor, sugars have been studied for their role in health.

Blog entry | Jul 14 2016

Let’s make sure to keep perspective on what one recent finding may report versus the totality of science supporting low-calorie sweeteners.

Blog entry | Mar 25 2016

The latest problematic study, rooted in spurious correlation and statistical manipulation, has sparked a round of headlines that connect couples’ caffeine consumption to miscarriages.

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