Food Industry Funding of Nutrition Research: The Relevance of History for Current Debates.

  title={Food Industry Funding of Nutrition Research: The Relevance of History for Current Debates.},
  author={M. Nestle},
  journal={JAMA internal medicine},
  volume={176 11},
  • M. Nestle
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • JAMA internal medicine
  • Industry-sponsored nutrition research, like that of research sponsored by the tobacco, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries, almost invariably produces results that confirm the benefits or lack of harm of the sponsor’s products, even when independently sponsored research comes to opposite conclusions.1 Although considerable evidence demonstrates that those industries deliberately influenced the design, results, and interpretation of the studies they paid for,2 much less is known about the… CONTINUE READING
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