Marion Nestle is Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health, emerita, at New York University. Her most recent book is Unsavory Truth: How Food Companies Skew the Science of What We Eat.
What you'll learn from this episode:
The key nutrition-related problems burdening society and what Dr. Nestle sees as their chief causes.
Where food marketers mislead consumers and how to protect yourself and your family from deception.
A food I consider healthy—and why Dr. Nestle disagrees with me.
The dangers of industry-funded research.
Dr. Nestle's take on the eternal low-fat, low-carb battle.
And much more!
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Resources from this episode:
Unsavory Truth: How Food Companies Skew the Science of What We Eat by Marion Nestle
Low-Fat Vs. Low-Carb Diets: Both Help Cut Calories by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
What to Eat: Personal Responsibility vs. Social Responsibility by Marion Nestle, Stanford University
Food, Ethics and the Environment Session II: Eating Well and Eating Locally with Marion Nestle and Gary Nabhan, Princeton University
Dietary Diversity: Implications for Obesity Prevention in Adult Population by Marcia C. de Oliveira Otto et al., Circulation
Marketing Junk Food to Kids by Marion Nestle, Chautauqua Institution
Michael Pollan: Three Simple Rules for Eating by Eve Adamson, Co+Op Stronger Together
Another Industry-Funded Study for Your Amusement by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
How We Were Led to Believe Dark Chocolate is Healthy by Cindy Kuzma, Vice
Mars to Enter UK Supplement Space with Cocoa Flavanol Pills by Emma Jane Cash, NutraIngredients
Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics by Marion Nestle and Malden Nesheim
Eat Less Meat: More Evidence from Climate Change and Health by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
It Was Supposed to Be an Unbiased Study of Drinking. They Wanted to Call It 'Cheers.' by Roni Caryn Rabin, The New York Times
Conflicts of Interest in Nutrition Societies: American Society of Nutrition by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
New Study: Big Food's Ties to Registered Dietitians by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
Coca-Cola Funds Scientists Who Shift Blame for Obesity Away From Bad Diets by Anahad O'Connor, The New York Times
Coca-Cola Ends Financial Sponsorship of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics by Mike Esterl, The Wall Street Journal
Commitment to Transparency, The Coca-Cola Company
Superfoods Are a Marketing Ploy: Blueberries and Macadamia Nuts Aren't That Good for You by Marion Nestle, The Atlantic
Confused About Diet? Oh, Please. by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
Diet and the Disease of Civilization by Adrienne Rose Bitar
Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (And Winning) by Marion Nestle
What to Eat by Marion Nestle
Are Organic Foods More Nutritious? And Is This the Right Question? by Marion Nestle, Food Politics
Polyphenol Content and Antioxidant Capacity in Organic and Conventional Plant Foods by A.L.K. Faller and E. Fialho, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis
Disclosures in Nutrition Research: Why It Is Different by John P.A. Ioannidis and John F. Trepanowski, The Journal of the American Medical Association
Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life by Max Lugavere and Paul Grewal M.D.
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