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Scrolling through news stories today, it's easy to become overwhelmed by reports about how particular foods are either wonderful or terrible. This guide is designed to help you find reliable nutrition information, without becoming lost in sensationalized news stories or "click-bait" articles. Use the tabs on the left to find recommended sources for nutrition and health information. 

Scientific Studies

Use caution when reading newspaper articles and other popular news sources about scientific studies. These reports may be sensationalized or may leave out important information about a study. When you learn about a new study in a popular news source, look up the original study to see if the news source you read was accurate. Also, consider the research methodology used in a study, and consider who funded the study.