We’re So Confused: The Problems With Food and Exercise Studies – The New York Times

Dozens of studies are publicized every week. But those studies hardly slake people’s thirst for answers to questions about how to eat or how much to exercise. Among the drawbacks: poorly designed research, a variety of ways to measure and report outcomes, and a bias toward reporting “interesting” results.

Source: We’re So Confused: The Problems With Food and Exercise Studies – The New York Times

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