#Food4Thought18: Become Trend on twitter at (2018-06-15 13:23)
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Popular tweets tagged with #Food4Thought18:
Catherine Crofts PhD @PharmacistCath🔁 This was the standing dinner at #Food4Thought18 last night
John Donoher @john_donoher🔁 #food4thought18 for T2Dm ML states giving drugs is covering up the disease
Sara Roberts @roberts_sara🔁 #Food4Thought18 Microbiome has a circadian rhythm. How cool is that?
Paola @pkinita🔁 #Food4Thought18 Sonia Angel mentions diabetes will cripple health systems
The BMJ @bmj_latest🔁Strategies to tackle stunting, obesity, and micronutrient deficiencies must take into account the inequities in which twitter.com these diseases are rooted, say et al
Dr Zoe Harcombe, PhD @zoeharcombe🔁I said Tim Key had declared membership of the vegetarian and vegan societies as his interests. He was outraged and s twitter.com aid I was wrong. Who's right?!
The BMJ @bmj_latest🔁Food for Thought: the science and politics of nutrition - watch free on the live stream now via twitter.com
Adele Hite @ahhite🔁 Large long-term RCTs with clinical outcomes needed before *inflicting* guidelines on a population. Studies on diver twitter.com se populations needed to make guidance for diverse populations. Salim Yusef
tim spector @timspector🔁Salim Yusuf mocks the practicality and evidence and dogma that strict sodium restrictions are useful for health in w twitter.com estern populations
ADRIANA CAMACHO @adrianacamach🔁Strategies to tackle stunting, obesity, and micronutrient deficiencies must take into account the inequities in which these diseases are rooted, say et al
Carol Loffelmann @KetoAnaesMD🔁"It's a bit short sighted, but that's what the field has been" Dr. S Yusuf discussing the focus on low sodium for pop twitter.com ulations that don't need it. Don't make us suffer for nothing.
Healthy Nibbles @healthy_nibbles🔁This is WHY business and insurance companies need to pay attention to nutrition - 50% of adults will be obese by 2030! doctor
Adele Hite @ahhite🔁#Food4Thought18 "the dystopian dream of the current guidelines" Salim Yusef being brilliant. Again.
Sara Roberts @roberts_sara🔁'Why would a leading global reinsurer be interested in ?' :
’s nutrition strategy life insurance model could mean a 13% reduction in total death claims: Win-win for healthier citizens & life insurers’ profits?
Sara Roberts @roberts_sara🔁Why are Swiss Re interested in diabetes management? It's a very expensive problem......... John Schoonbee
🐰 LaToya Thumper 🐰 @nowimwinning🔁Come out today to FOUNTAIN PARK at 5:30pm in ROCK HILL, SC for FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY and JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION featuring CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD!!
tim spector @timspector🔁 makes good case that FFQ methods prospective and RCT can often be reliable in nutrition research - so don’t dismi twitter.com ss what we have found
Tucker Goodrich @TuckerGoodrich🔁"What's needed to move from evidence to policy?" IDK, but I would think, well, we actually need, umm, evidence. Which we found out yesterday is sorely lacking/contradictory in nutrition. Thank you John Ioannidis.
Sara Roberts @roberts_sara🔁This is WHY business and insurance companies need to pay attention to nutrition - 50% of adults will be obese by 2030 twitter.com ! doctor
BrickInTheWall @vishnu570🔁John Ioannidis is destroying the "science" of nutritional epidemiology.
"Strong bias" in the field. Debunked studies keep getting cited. "Cherry-picking" .
Says study still has serious problems after republish.
John Donoher @john_donoher🔁 Per Prof Tim Spector: higher variety of reported plant food intake *associated* with increased microbiome diversity
James McCarter @JPMcCarter🔁Nita Farouhi "let us acknowledge that on the subject of dietary fat, esp. saturated fats, there is a major scientific controversy."
James McCarter @JPMcCarter🔁Food for Thought: the science and politics of nutrition - watch free on the live stream now via
James Bradfield @braddybradfield🔁“People who study bias have bias in reporting the bias” @Dmozaffarian #Food4Thought18
Louise Stephen @LouiseStephen9🔁 "We know that type 2 diabetes can be 'reversed', why is this not exploding into healthcare?" Time to accelerate implementation
Carol Loffelmann @KetoAnaesMD🔁No, nutritional epidemiology of chronic disease is not "useless" or "hopelessly flawed" *if* it is used for generating hypotheses. D. Mozaffarian not clear on how the studies he's defending are being used.
Mark Gregory ن 🏴🇬🇧 ←𝕲𝖆𝖒𝖒𝖔𝖓 @thebiggrog🔁@zoeharcombe I see you!
Adele Hite @ahhite🔁No, nutritional epidemiology of chronic disease is not "useless" or "hopelessly flawed" *if* it is used for generatin twitter.com g hypotheses. D. Mozaffarian not clear on how the studies he's defending are being used.
Michelle @SugarSpike🔁Great -We learn that snacking is bad for the microbiome from I suspect snacking is bad for many other things too Apparently even breakfast may not be important after all
IMAGINE Music Group @ImagineMusicNC🔁Come out today to FOUNTAIN PARK at 5:30pm in ROCK HILL, SC for FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY and JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION featuring twitter.com CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD!!
Yas @yasss_rh🔁Fun easy recipes to celebrate each team in the World Cup. Number 2 😍
net poser @netposer🔁Our Advice? "Moving more and eating less is a deeply flawed and potentially harmful message” and "Everything in moderation is absolutely the wrong message” says
Keto it Simple for Success @KISS4Keto🔁"No minimal carbohydrate requirement" says Dr Jennie Brand-Miller Indeed, dietary carbohydrates are "non-essential"
DiscoStew @DiscoStew66🔁"Guidelines don't work because people don't follow them"? Really? But this whole discussion illustrates that MAYBE people don't follow guidelines because they don't work *for them.*
Mark W Tebbutt @mwt2008🔁1. Today launches a new series of articles exploring the science and politics behind our understanding of nutrition and health
Chef Choicemp @ChefChoiceMP🔁Fun easy recipes to celebrate each team in the World Cup. Number 2 😍
Carol Loffelmann @KetoAnaesMD🔁Are attempting some censorship? Twitter account is showing this when clicking on it
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EDEN @sapiredda🔁Food for Thought: the science and politics of nutrition, presenting the state of current knowledge on what should we eat in order to stay healthy and avoid disease Watch on the live stream now
EXT2DM @anthonybrown9🔁It's all happening at once :) Low Carb Program achieves QISMET approval to be recommended by the NHS via and now low carb gets the thumbs up at AND then tonight! Huge congrats and 😄
@dr_kevinlee @dr_kevinlee🔁Moderated by @fgodlee, did she make everyone play nice 😅 #Food4Thought18 twitter.com
Diana Rodgers, RD @SustainableDish🔁Forward thinking doctor explaining why insurance companies need to pay attention to evidence-based nutrition advice twitter.com .
Melissa Leitner @MelloryL🔁Not in the room but on the livestream today. highlights the prevalence of in Mauritius: staggering 22%. twitter.com
Catherine Crofts PhD @PharmacistCath🔁Why are Swiss Re interested in diabetes management? It's a very expensive problem......... John Schoonbee #Food4Thought18
NormalCarbNormalFat @normcarbnormfat🔁. says sat fat is not bad for health. And counting calories dots not work for weight loss. Says to focus of good quality, moderation.
Anna Peeters @AnnaPeetersAus🔁@john_schoonbee makes a clear case for insurers to invest in prevention #Food4Thought18
Georgia Ede MD @GeorgiaEdeMD🔁 Per Prof Tim Spector: higher variety of reported plant food intake *associated* with increased microbiome diversity twitter.com
Anna Peeters @AnnaPeetersAus🔁Both Nita Forouhi and make the point that public health policy is evidence informed not evidence based.
Anna Peeters @AnnaPeetersAus🔁., NYC Dep. of Health & Mental Hygiene: “Preventive medicine is extremely underfunded relatively to its impact on public health; only 3% of US health care spending goes to disease prevention”
Dr Stephanie Baldeweg @DrBaldeweg🔁Interesting discussion today with people ~60y. When they were growing up they ate off smaller plates & NEVER snacked. I wonder if a focus on carbs v fats as a cause of obesity misses the simple point that we are just eating bigger portions & more often.
Carol Loffelmann @KetoAnaesMD🔁He went on to say that fasting seems to encourage microbiome growth, gives them time to develop. Interesting!
Carol Loffelmann @KetoAnaesMD🔁 Tim Spector- microbiome specialist says preliminary evidence shows intermittent fasting appears good for improving microbe diversity
Catherine Crofts PhD @PharmacistCath🔁A lot of talk about "evidence" for guidelines as if they will change when the evidence does. But, where is the *evidence* for that assumption? In U.S. guidelines are essentially the same as in 1977/1980 - just *a lot* longer.
Maya Hey @heymayahey🔁If guidelines are "evidence based" maybe what we need to be discussing (again) is what counts as "evidence." John Ioannidis, where are you when we need you?!
Mark Gregory ن 🏴🇬🇧 ←𝕲𝖆𝖒𝖒𝖔𝖓 @thebiggrog🔁@john_schoonbee isn't lunch over yet?
Rachael Milczarek @Rachaelkp🔁 interesting debate yesterday at conference on evidence based practice and policy, there's lots out there on c twitter.com arb restriction and fasting and yet dietary guidelines and food pyramid remain untouched
Veselības psihologi @VesPsiRSU🔁What is personalised nutrition, what is it used for, and does it work?
Michalski_MCaroline @Michalski_MC🔁 is one of the biggest drivers of chronic diseases. Watch the of the The science and politics of nutrition event Day 2 and read all the articles in our latest collection:
Navjoyt Ladher @NavjoytLadher🔁Today’s world is characterised by the coexistence of agricultural bounty and widespread hunger. How can we change this?
Dr. Eric Westman @drericwestman🔁Make sure you're watching our live stream of Food for thought: The science and politics of nutrition NOW and all day TOMORROW (CET). …
Santhosh H @h_santhosh🔁“High glycaemic index & high glycaemic load has the highest association with the development of type-2 diabetes” says Dr Jennie Brand-Miller
Santhosh H @h_santhosh🔁"Evidence of replacing refined grains with whole grains is “mixed & disappointing”, probably because whole grains are no longer intact - they are often refined & have high glycemic load” says Dr Brand-Miller
Muzzpol @Muzzpol🔁3 scientific ways to reverse diabetes:
Severe caloric restriction
Give patients the choice.
Let's agree on the goal of reversal
MadPharmacist @MadPharmacist1🔁 "Should we limit total carbs? Perhaps in certains vulnerable population groups who have intrinsic insulin resistance"...you mean for 40-60% of US adults over 40 y/o ? . .
Sarah Keogh @Dietitianbytes🔁Interesting discussion today with people ~60y. When they were growing up they ate off smaller plates & NEVER snacked. twitter.com I wonder if a focus on carbs v fats as a cause of obesity misses the simple point that we are just eating bigger portions & more often.