A sign that nutrition information may be inaccurate is

  • if a quick fix is promised.
  • the information is supported by recognized health organizations.
  • the results reported are specific to the population group studied.
  • the results are provided within the context of other studies.

The answer is: if a quick fix is promised.

Author: HealthyLife | Posted on: April 16, 2017

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