#378: Nutritional Epidemiology

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Today's Topic in Focus:  [00:30]

In this episode Danny and Alan discuss some critical aspects to understand about nutritional epidemiology in order to evaluate diet-disease relationships appropriately. Of particular focus in this episode is the unique exposure of interest in nutrition studies, why its crucial to understand temporal relationships and how to think about relative risk and absolute risk. The guys finish by explaining how one can include these findings into an understanding of an overall body of evidence.

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    1. This is a fantastic post cast for me right now, I’m studying personalised nutrition MSc. I’d love the transcript from this podcast (386) but it doesn’t seem to be on the transcripts list. Any ideas how I can access them?

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        Hey Tracie!

        Thanks so much for the kind words.

        We’re currently running a bit behind on transcripts, but the transcript for this episode should be available soon. If you check back in a week from now it should be available.

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