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When Experts Flip-Flop On Nutritional Advice

Bad news for nannies… A new Cornell University survey indicates that the constant barrage of the “nutrition study of week” headlines do more to confuse people than promote healthy eating habits. The study indicates consumers are most confused by nannies’ often contradictory claims about salt, red meat, coffee, and butter vs. margarine. (“Food fight! Eggs…Butter…Salt. Where do you draw the battle lines? Even nutritionists don’t seem to know,” Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, 2/6/00, No link available.)

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