Category Archives: Scientific Integrity

“Healthiest meal ever?” — More “confusion over clarity.”

Just when we thought it couldn’t get any more confusing… A bunch of food researchers from an independent British firm started out with over 4,000 health claims that were used by food producers and supermarkets to hawk their products. Then … Continue reading

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The Terrific Tomato – A fruit or a vegetable?

The botanists call it a fruit—the U.S. Supreme Court calls it a vegetable. No matter what you call it, this product of nature packs a powerful punch when it comes to nutrition. Loaded with antioxidants, phytonutrients, and a host of … Continue reading

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Pfizer scientist sees the light with “Forks Over Knives.”

Every once in awhile I receive a note from someone I have never met—who has recently read our book. To hear about how our work is changing the lives of others is a special thrill for us. I received one … Continue reading

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