Apparently Alan Alda thinks the answer to this question is that scientists are at fault. I think he's dead wrong. I think that scientists are not the ones communicating their findings to the public. Journalists are the ones doing it and they are doing a very poor job, in my opinion.Alan Alda has formed "the Center for Communicating Science, which is dedicated to helping current and future scientists learn to communicate clearly and vividly with the public." I think this is a misguided endeavor.…See More
"The popular press loves nutritional neuroscience. Especially when it comes down on the "junk" food industry. Makes for good human interest stories, I guess. I like it because it educates the layman, even though journalists don't…"
"Processed Food Diet in Childhood Associated with Lower IQA poor diet high fat, sugar and processed food in early childhood has been associated with lower IQ later in childhood. A healthy diet of nutrient rich foods has been linked with a higher IQ.…"
"I added a few links to this group today. Found them in Patrick Holford's new book New Optimum Nutrition for the Mind. It is written for the layperson, but so far it's good.
Please everyone suggest more relevant links for this group. Thank…"
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