Pay to Play Science - How Nut Industry Manipulates You

From: "VegSource Newsletter" <vsnews@PROTECTED>
Subject: Pay to Play Science - How Nut Industry Manipulates You
Date: December 5th 2018
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Why Does the Nut Industry Spend Tens of Millions to Fund Nut Research?

Some people have fallen for nut industry-funded garbage science.

It may not be their fault though. They're being duped or perhaps are merely sloppy, or are okay relying on and promoting very weak evidence to make their points.

Some people are being told they will DIE EARLY and SUCCUMB TO VARIOUS DISEASES - unless they add nuts regularly to their diet!

What is this advice based on?

100% nonsense.

There may be one or two credible nut studies that suggest some modest health benefits to nuts - beyond the benefits you would expect of any plant food. But there clearly is no persuasive body of evidence suggesting nuts are critical for excellent health.

Today we take a deep dive into how nut industry-funded science - is as dodgy as can be.

I don't avoid nuts myself, but some people do - perhaps they gain weight with nuts, or have a nut allergy, or otherwise don't like nuts. If someone avoids nuts, they will not be missing out in any way. And their health won't be compromised in any way. Nuts are optional and not shown to be crucial or magical to health - in any way.

We break it down in today's video.

Watch now (48 minute video):



Peas and Love,
Jeff & Sabrina Nelson

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