- The 2010 USDA/HHS Guidelines — A Rather Bizarre Definition of “Nutrient Dense”
- The USDAâ€™s New Dietary Guidelines
- Vitamin D — Problems With the Latitude Hypothesis
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- Is Vitamin D Safe? Still Depends on Vitamins A and K! Testimonials and a Human Study
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
On August 10, 2010, Dr. Mark Hyman posted an article “Soy: Blessing or Curse?” on the Huff- ington Post blog (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ dr-mark-hyman/soy-blessing-or-curse_b_673912. html). Widely circulated online, it is being widely touted as an example of “sanity” in the “soy debate.” … Continue reading
One of the themes that has recently emerged with the resurgence of debate over the China Study is the supposed conflict between “reductionism” and “holism.” For example, T. Colin Campbell has argued that many critics of the China Study follow a … Continue reading