Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Why Is Nutrition So Confusing?

“The associations that emerge from these studies used to be known as “hypothesis-generating data,” based on the fact that an association tells us only that two things changed together in time, not that one caused the other. So associations generate hypotheses of causality that then have to be tested. But this hypothesis-generating caveat has been dropped over the years as researchers studying nutrition have decided that this is the best they can do.”


Why Is Nutrition So Confusing?


No comments: