Alan Flanagan is a passionate advocate for science-based nutrition and communicating nutritional science. He has very clear views in a host of areas that could completely change how you think about nutrition: he lingers on the middle class fetish around carbs and fat; the need to change energy availability in the environment and food culture; the role of mandatory regulation on public health; and he jumps into one of his big passions on how nutritional science needs to engage on its own terms with the evidence and not get pulled into an RCT model that is inherently not applicable to food. Oh, and he’s also a lawyer: he knows how to structure an argument. Enjoy.
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