One day eggs are bad for you and the next they’re fine. Saturated fat is bad for you, but wait, no it’s not.
What’s with all the mixed messages?
Don’t scientist know what they are doing?
Well, the problem doesn’t lie in the scientists, but in the way the research is interpreted by the media.
Media outlets love to get clicks by scaring readers and consumers with bold headlines, even if it’s an incorrect interpretation of results.
Learning about new research can be a chore and almost frustrating because you don’t know if what you’re reading is true or not…until now.
The folks at Examine.com have released their newest project, the Examine.com Research Digest.
Here’s what you need to know:
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– ERD is not a one man or two man or even three man operation. We have 5 researchers, 4 editors, and 7 reviewers. It’s a panel you can trust – you won’t find that kind of depth and breadth of expertise in one place.
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– ERD is for professional development. If you want to stick out from the pack, you have to keep learning, you have to keep being educated. ERD makes it a LOT easier to stay up with the latest research.
– ERD is also available as audio MP3 files. A lot of people told us they didn’t have time – now you can stay on top of the latest research during your drive to work or any other time you can listen.
– ERD gives you access to a private Facebook Group, allowing you to discuss the reviews and interact with hundreds of your well respected peers and the team members of Examine.com.
– ERD is delivered in an easily downloadable pdf or ePub format, allowing you to access it via your desktop computer, eReader, tablet, or mobile device.
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I’ve read through the first issue and it’s fantastic. I don’t have time to search Pubmed for all the latest research, so this product will save me a lot of time. I’ll also feel confident and know that what I’m reading is unbiased by the media. I strongly recommend this product if you want to keep up to date with health and nutrition information.
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