Nutrition Popular Press

Your first article can be from an online popular press sources, such as Men’s Health, Science Daily, Prevention, etc. The article should have been written less than 6 months ago. [A great free source is http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/ sciencedaily/health_medicine/nutrition]. Your nutrition-related popular press article review should be about 500 words in essay form that answers the following:

1. Definetheclaimsorfactscitedinthearticle.Include:

Target group who will be affected Time-period before health change to be expected Nature of the outcome (health benefits) 2. Identify any adverse effects that may have been noted and any potential problems that may arise due to following the nutritional practice over a period of time. 3. Evaluate the validity of the nutritional claims. Substantiate or refute the claims with sound scientific evidence. The evidence must be from medical professionals, such as dietitians and physicians. Be objective in formulating your conclusions. 4. Weight the evidence and formulate your review. Provide your rational. 5. Outline what action you will take to provide factual nutrition information. Provide factual nutrition information Promote good food habits among various individuals Help maintain the nutritional health of the general