Addressing Some Criticisms of Nutritional Epidemiology (SNP 23)

In Podcasts by Danny Lennon2 Comments

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About This Episode

Nutritional epidemiology has faced strong criticism over time. While some of the methodological limitations are fair, often there are criticisms that are misguided and inaccurate.

In this episode, Danny touches on a few examples of the misunderstandings of the field and how such claims can be addressed in a more accurate manner.

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  1. Very helpful and informative, thanks so much for this one.

    Would it be possible to do another episode on nutritional epidemiology that digs more deeply into its strengths and limitations, if you haven’t done so already? I’d be particularly interested in hearing about a few case studies in which nutritional epidemiology has resulted in discoveries that have had significant population-level health impact.


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