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Ellison: Debunking nutrition myths, part 2


Ellison: Debunking nutrition myths, part 2
Knoxville News Sentinel

As a registered dietitian nutritionist, one of my professional responsibilities is to ensure that accurate nutrition information is communicated to the public. I commonly hear from people who say they feel like nutrition recommendations change constantly.

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