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Sarah Berry
Dr of Nutritional Sciences, King's College London.
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Sarah Berry Aug 16
Replying to @ggkuhnle
Agreed - I like chocolate, crisp sandwiches and bacon sarnies - because I just do......and I eat them (regularly)!
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Sarah Berry Aug 11
And on that theme .... more nonsense .... the alkaline diet! Perfectly summarised below....
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Sarah Berry Aug 11
Plus a whole load of other nutribollocks ..... alongside the fact that large proportions of the UK can’t afford to meet simple gov guidelines (74% of disposable income spent of lowest income households to meet basic recommendations ). For the elitist.
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Sarah Berry Aug 5
Are personalised diets the only kind that work? My commentary and highlights from the PREDICT trial featured in
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Sarah Berry Jul 23
🤣 funniest tweet for a while! I am so bored of the low carb tweets and arguments.
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Sarah Berry Jul 23
And is there a lack of acceptance of evidence advancing and therefore changing - doesn’t mean what went before was broken either!
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Sarah Berry Jul 21
Replying to @timspector
You get plenty of respect! 😜
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Sarah Berry Jul 21
Replying to @timspector
Depends if it’s commercially produced....’Oatly’ has enzymes added to convert starch to sugar, the healthy bran fibre is removed, rapeseed is added plus other additives. So it becomes a high glycaemic, low fibre, processed drink.
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Sarah Berry Jul 17
So sad that the pleasure of food is often overshadowed by nonsense! Food is a social and pleasurable experience. has hit the nail on the head!
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Sarah Berry Jul 15
Replying to @GardnerPhD
Agreed - Evidence around SFA confounded by displacement nutrient, food matrix, nutrient- nutrient interactions, type of SFA and TAG structure. Let’s focus on diet quality and not diet quantity.
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Sarah Berry Jul 15
Do our PREDICT PLUS study and you get to experience huge bowls of potatoes, rice and pasta - with no seasoning or butter. The muffins will seem delectable in comparison. All in the name of research!
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Sarah Berry Jul 15
Shame you didn’t think they were gourmet! 😜
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Sarah Berry Jul 15
They were designed during my MSc 20 years ago! And they continue to be the best way to get a whole range of nutrients into a single food.
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Kevin Bass, MS Jul 9
What we're told: America is one of the most obese countries in the world because of the American dietary guidelines What we're NOT told: Japan is one of the leanest countries in the world and they have virtually identical dietary guidelines as America's🤔
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Sarah Berry Jul 11
Replying to @Prep_SCHS @AlumnaeSCHS
Thankyou for inviting me and giving me the opportunity to reminisce on so many happy memories.
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Sarah Berry Jul 11
Totally agree!
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Sarah Berry Jul 11
A topic I feel ardent about. How do we tackle this important issue?
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Sarah Berry Jul 11
Talking about the importance of personalised nutrition and the study on today.
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Sarah Berry Jul 11
Replying to @stephenggeary
There is some evidence to show animals and babies digest it less well than other fats, but in human adults we digest it well. The health effects of palm oil are relative to what fat or nutrient or food you are displacing.
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Kevin Bass, MS Jul 9
Replying to @kevinnbass
Maybe, just maybe, because dietary guidelines are a minor factor in determining a country's overall dietary intake, and other factors like culture, food availability, etc. are more important?
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