Last quote by Naveed Sattar
Because a food product is labelled gluten-free does not necessarily make it healthier and consumers need to be made aware of the relative content of saturated fats, sugars and protein and fibre. If saturated fats and sugar levels are high then clearly adverse effects on health could play out from these gluten-free products and consumers should be advised to avoid such products which hopefully leads food companies to make better quality gluten-free products.feedback
May 10 2017
Naveed Sattar has been quoted in 4 different articles. Most recently, Naveed Sattar has been quoted saying, “A final point is that people who do not need to take gluten-free products as they don't have a bowel condition that is improved by their consumption should not gravitate to gluten-free diets simply because they think they will be healthier. This may not be the case it seems.” in an article called Gluten-free con: ‘Clean’ foods are not as healthy as real thing, warn nutrition experts. This is only one of 7 quotes from Naveed Sattar. To see more examples Naveed Sattar’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Naveed Sattar's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Naveed Sattar said about step recently and in the past.
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May 10 2017
A final point is that people who do not need to take gluten-free products as they don't have a bowel condition that is improved by their consumption should not gravitate to gluten-free diets simply because they think they will be healthier. This may not be the case it seems.feedback
Apr 25 2017
That is basically looking at people who are given diet questionnaires and following them up. That is always problematic because diet questionnaires can be influenced by having disease. It is clear cut – high cholesterol is bad for you. Millions of people around the world are on statins because they work fantastically well, and that is one of the reasons why heart attack rates have been going down for the last three decades.feedback
Apr 20 2017
This is an interesting paper, but I would strongly caution against the conclusion that artificially sweetened drinks may increase the risk of stroke and Alzheimer's. There is little other strong evidence to support a link between artificially sweetened drinks and adverse health outcomes.feedback
Mar 17 2016
This is a step forward, but only one very small step.feedback
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