The Dangers of Nutritional Pseudoscience

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I was delighted to write this post about nutritional pseudoscience for Anna from ‘Anna’s Nutrition’.

Why is pseudoscience so common when it comes to nutrition? What sort of impact can these non-evidence based claims have? And how can we avoid this nonsense?

Follow the link below to find out:

The Danger of Nutritional Pseudoscience

I hope you enjoy it!

Maeve šŸ™‚ xx

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