USA: Study reveals confused picture for dietary guidelines
Conflicting diet and nutrition messages may lead frustrated individuals to respond with "nutrition backlash," according to health experts at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle, Washington. "The more negative and confused people feel about dietary recommendations, the more likely they are to eat a fat-laden diet that skimps on fruits and vegetables," said Ruth Patterson, lead author of the study from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre.
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