Introduced by Thierry Malleret, Co-Founder, The Monthly Barometer

Nutrition science seems to be undergoing an enormous state of flux, and according to this article, a lot of recent scientific research suggests we know far less than we think about which particular food is good (or bad) for us. U.S. officials, for example, are poised to drop their longstanding warning about cholesterol in foods, while the evidence for the government’s warning about salt has shifted. This is food for thought!

Read original article: "Why what we think about eating is so often wrong" – The Washington Post, Peter Whoriskey, May 8, 2015

AuthorThierry Malleret, Economist and Founder, Monthly Barometer