Can we say what diet is best for health?

@article{Katz2014CanWS,
  title={Can we say what diet is best for health?},
  author={David L Katz and Suzanne Meller},
  journal={Annual review of public health},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={
          83-103
        }
}
Diet is established among the most important influences on health in modern societies. Injudicious diet figures among the leading causes of premature death and chronic disease. Optimal eating is associated with increased life expectancy, dramatic reduction in lifetime risk of all chronic disease, and amelioration of gene expression. In this context, claims abound for the competitive merits of various diets relative to one another. Whereas such claims, particularly when attached to commercial… CONTINUE READING
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