Scooped: The Problem with Science Funded by Industry (Fooducate)

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The next time you hear about new research extolling the nutritional benefits of a product, the first thing you should look for is who funded the study…

 

Andrea Toole‘s insight:

Yup. Funding bias isn’t new and we’ve long known that it comes with implications. It’s one of many reasons that I’m happy with anecdotal evidence and care less about studies done in a lab. As the article says, “the first thing you should look for is who funded the study”. I often do.

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