Opinion: The latest flip-flop on red meat uses best science in place of best guesses

The recent ‘turnaround’ on advice about read meat consumption made big headlines recently with people questioning how nutrition advice can flip so apparently easily?

This opinion piece in the LA Times by investigative journalist Nina Teicholz outlines the view that some nutrition recommendations have been based on a type of weak science that experts have unfortunately become accustomed to relying upon. The recent papers question that “iffy science”.

Read the full opinion piece on the LA Times.