The article is also from 2008. Something to note.
First nitrate free bacon is not nitrate free. It is cured with celery salt, high in sodium nitrate. Second, you have to cook your bacon at a high temperature to create nitrosamines. Thirdly, taking vitamin C will counter the damage from nitrosamines.
So pass the bacon, please
A set of falsifiable hypotheses -> test -> falsify -> reduced set of falsifiable hypotheses.
We can only "disprove" in science. Most nutrition related "science" claims are built on proof-by-example concept commonly found in business/management/economics circles. A lot of it is bad science.
Few but ripe.
So...have a glass of oj with breakfast?
Originally Posted by Greg Rx
I read once that old fashioned food mixes had purpose that may have been unknown but was still useful and I think this may be another example. OJ with breakfast, veggies with fat, etc..