Harvard Heart Letter

How to spot questionable nutrition advice

The Internet is rife with dubious dietary advice for heart health. Here’s how to separate the wheat from the chaff. Surfing the Web nearly always involves running into a few ads, blogs, and articles about diet and health. Perhaps you also have relatives or friends who send you links about what you should (or shouldn’t) be eating to lose weight, lower your blood pressure, or dodge heart disease. …

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