Adding nutrients to food won’t help weight control

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There is no evidence that adding nutrients to poor food choices will address the problem of obesity, a dietary expert says. Dr Rosemary Stanton wrote in an editorial in the Medical Journal of Australia today that the approach to Australia’s dietary guidelines, which are based on evidence around whole foods rather than individual nutrients, is

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