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    Professor Grant Schofield: Let's not diet like it's 1999.

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    Professor Grant Schofield: Let's not diet like it's 1999.

    Post by graham64 on Mon May 09 2016, 23:10

    How a generation of nutritionists and dietitians was taught to   make weight loss  more difficult than it needs to be.

    Diet advice is so varied today, and nutrition science is changing so fast, that it’s easy to forget how monolithic low-fat weight loss advice was only a few years ago.

    We recently discovered a US nutrition textbook from 1999. This book has a good claim to represent the orthodoxy. It contains the views of multiple experts in the various areas of nutrition.

    Full story here: https://profgrant.com/2016/05/09/lets-not-diet-like-its-1999-how-a-generation-of-nutritionists-and-dietitians-were-taught-to-make-weight-loss-more-difficult-than-it-needs-to-be/


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