How To Stay Skeptical Online Part 1

It’s Sunday afternoon and you’re perusing the internet for nutrition information. You come across an article written by a well-known individual in the nutrition space in which they cite several studies to support the use of a specific diet for fat loss. You nod your head in agreement as you clearly see they have the […]

How To Stay Skeptical Online Part 2

Before reading studies and research, we first need to understand the strength of the evidence hierarchy. This will empower us with the ability to determine a study’s strengths as well as its limitations.  As you move down the list below, the ability to draw causative conclusions from each source gets stronger. The weakest forms of […]