Explore the relationship between the food industry and questionable science and marketing. Marion Nestle—renown public health expert and nutritionist—explains how certain food and beverage studies are more about marketing than science, and are often paid for by companies that sell and manufacture the products. Explore the potential conflicts of interest that are creating questionable health claims and causing public cynicism towards nutrition claims. Learn how to defend your profession and the consumerism movement that can unfold the tangled relationships.
Identify biased relationships between the food industry and questionable science and marketing.
Articulate how certain food and beverage studies may be more about marketing than science.
Recognize strategies on how to defend the profession of nutrition against conflicts of interest.
Illustrate consumerism movements that can unfold tangled relationships between the food and beverage industries and science
Exam: 40 multiple choice questions. Downloadable. Unlimited retakes. View our "How It Works" video. Kindle eBook: 13576 KB. ASIN: B079L5NYZD. Accessible in the U.S. only. Book: Hardcover, 320pp. Oct 2018. ISBN-13: 978-1541697119