Do You Have a Food Allergy?

Explaining the difference between allergy and intolerance One of the greatest nutrition issues is that people start believing they have a food allergy or intolerance when they actually don’t. They stop eating specific nutrients and attribute every positive effect to that waiver. But commonly the positive effect is due to higher awareness – what to …

On the trail of myths

Articles about nutrition myths always make us think that there are hundreds of studies with thousands of participants as proof – they can not all be wrong, can they? As I went through some websites to read about recent myths I noticed something. The references (where mentioned at all) became more and more familiar to …

Correlation and causality

Don’t conclude too fast! Correlation and causality are often misunderstood terms and therefore used interchangeably. This can be a major risk regarding fake-news and the spreading of myths. For example if something is stated as correlated and understood as scientifically proven causality and therefore spread rapidly throughout the world. So it is crucial to understand …