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Why you shouldn't trust research which claims that a single foodstuff has amazing health benefits

By Gunter Kuhnle, Professor of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Reading
Charlotte Mills, Lecturer in Human Nutrition, University of Reading
Jeremy Spencer, Professor, Nutrition and Food Science, University of Reading
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Research into bioactives often results in headlines about amazing foods. Really, it is just a tiny part of the food, often found elsewhere as well.The Conversation

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