Do you take new health and nutrition findings seriously?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on April 24, 2007
“It depends on the source. Anytime you see any kind of study come out, you have to look at where it came from and who’s funding it. People aren’t always willing to look into that. Critical thinking is the key.”
“No, not at all. There are just too many different studies to keep up with.”
“It’s kind of tricky when you hear something is good for you one week and the next it causes cancer or something. If it’s something I’ve really looked into, then I take it pretty seriously. Otherwise I don’t pay much attention.”
“Not really. It seems like every time you hear something, it conflicts with another study that has come out.”