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Nutrition Scientists Float “Least-Harm Strategy” To Allow Health Claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Presenters at the IFT Wellness conference recommend that nutrition science move beyond randomized controlled trials – which typically are ill-suited to assess nutrient benefits – so development of new food and supplement products is not impeded.

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