I have collected a few of the ‘lies’ some of my fellow nutritionists tell their clients and have offered real information about subjects like bone decalcification, rapid weight loss, food intolerances and other topics that affect most of us.
Gothenburg, Sweden (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Gianluca Tognon, specialist in food science and human nutrition and researcher at Sahlgrenska Academy in Gothenburg, Sweden has most recently published an already widely viewed blog post entitled, "5 Lies Your Nutritionist Likes To Tell You."
"I have collected a few of the ‘lies’ some of my fellow nutritionists tell their clients and have offered real information about subjects like bone decalcification, rapid weight loss, food intolerances and other topics that affect most of us," said Gianluca Tognon.
Offering an exceptional resource, Gianluca Tognon first broaches the idea that protein from dairy products causes bone decalcification. He asserts that new studies have disproved this idea with the use of calcium isotopes and provides and additional resource for further reading. Going on to discuss the association of large rapid weight loss with poor long-term weight maintenance, the blog author states that according to the New England Journal of Medicine, "The recommendation to lose weight slowly to obtain a greater and more sustained weight loss cannot be scientifically supported."
The informative online article suggests that adverse food reactions have no valid test for diagnosis as Gianluca Tognon exposes various "unconventional tests" for food allergies. He efficiently cites the Australian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy as an exceptional resource for his findings. Bringing to light the fact that nutritional supplements cannot prevent cancer risks, but in fact if taken in large doses can instead increase risks, the blog post author and researcher also suggests the minimal ability of plants to provide ample antioxidant absorption in the body.
Gianluca Tognon is researcher at Sahlgrenska Academy in Sweden and is the administrator of the blog "The Food and Nutrition Forum" seen at http://www.foodnutritionforum.com. The site is offered to visitors in English, Italian and Swedish and is viewed by the Homonymous LinkedIn Group which includes more than 900 members. For more information regarding the group, click on http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Food-Nutrition-Forum-4502320. For more information regarding the "Lies Your Nutritionist Likes To Tell You" blog post, click on http://foodnutritionforum.blogspot.se/2013/09/5-lies-your-nutritionist-likes-to-tell.html.