Policy Does Not Equal Science: Development of U.S. Dietary Guidelines, A…

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Judy Barnes Baker

The working title for my first book was, “You’ll Never Know What You Are Missing.” It summed up my goal: to make eating for health synonymous with eating for pleasure. Once you discover the secret, you will find that the very best food for weight management, longevity, the treatment and prevention of disease, and over-all health and happiness is also the most sumptuous, satisfying, and indulgent way of eating the world has to offer. You are invited to the feast. Enjoy!
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Judy Barnes Baker
9 years ago

Anonymous, true, and the same tactics are used by those who have vested interests, such as the big pharmaceutical companies. They often design a study so it is likely to give them the desired result and then spin the results to get the headline they want. If they are paying for it, they can call the shots.

Judy Barnes Baker
9 years ago

I agree, lgerber. You can read my review of Dr. Feinman's book here: http://carbwars.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-world-turned-upside-down.html

9 years ago

This is a great review of our dietary dilemna. Thanks for posting it!

For those who are interested in this topic, Richard Feinman PhD has his new book out "The World Turned Upside Down" and in it he provides a review of how we got here from there, weaving biochemistry and statistical review through the story of science vs policy in a very readable and entertaining way.

9 years ago

Policy is born out of politics, and science is born out of facts. Sometimes, loud and overbearing personalities (like Ancel Keys) twist facts into politics.