Nutrition information is disturbingly rife, with everyone from social influencers to celebrities claiming to be an "expert".
Combine that with the complexity of nutrition science and you end up with a train wreck of dangerous dietary practices grounded in fiction rather than facts.
This is the kind of stuff that keeps us up at night at Elo, combing over clinical trials and systematic reviews. Science is at the heart of everything we do and underpins every recommendation, supplement selection, and article we produce.
This issue is all about shedding light on the most common nutrition myths. From sugar to alcohol, this edition is jam-packed with science-backed information on many of the most frequently asked nutrition questions.
Here's to making better nutrition choices, Elos!
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