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Nuts are a hot topic in the plant-based world these days.
Some caution against nuts, others advocate them as a crucial ingredient to a healthy diet.
Both perspectives point to studies to back them up.
So what exactly do the studies say that the experts rely on?
Dietitian Jeff Novick MS RD does a masterful job of answering that question in his new DVD, "Nuts & Health: What the Science Really Says."
One of the most oft heard pronouncements is to seek out primary sources whenever someone alludes to this study or that, rather than relying on an expert to tell you what a given study says.
So to look at the nut controversy, Jeff goes right to the studies cited by experts. He takes you by the hand to show just what those studies say -- and don't say.
Should you be eating nuts? If so, how much? Do they atually fight heart disease and diabetes? Will nuts make you fat? Help you lose weight?
Jeff presents the full scientific picture -- and you may be surprised by what the study findings actually say.
Jeff's new DVD isn't just about nuts, it's about how we should all approach science-based nutrition. And that is by learning how to locate, examine and understand a study, and to follow science in making your decisions -- rather than always relying on an expert to give you their opinion of what a study may mean.
Does the study actually say what the expert asserts? If you want to have the best and most up to date, science-based approach to eating, it's a crucial question to get answered.
You can watch a short video excerpt right now, of Jeff Novick posing the questions his riveting new DVD answers.
WATCH VIDEO NOW and order Jeff's Nuts & Health DVD here:
Love & Peas,
Jeff and Sabrina
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