EP77: Weight Watchers for Kids, Fluoride Controversy, and Supplements vs Lifestyle

This week on the show, Jenn and Kelli discuss:

  • Weight Watcher’s (WW) new customers are children
  • Fluoride’s continuing controversy, now it may be a neurotoxin
  • Why Nutrition Science is broken
  • Supplementation may not be the answer, plus bad nutrition news reporting.

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Mentioned in this episode:

The Life of a Dietetic Intern

WW’s new APP for children

Nutrition Science is Broken

New study raises questions about how fluoride affects children’s development

Vitamin devotees should shift their loyalty to lifestyle changes, experts say

CDC: States with Fluoride

Effects of Nutritional Supplements and Dietary Interventions on Cardiovascular Outcomes: An Umbrella Review and Evidence Map

Strong 4 Life (Resource for Family Nutrition)

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