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I am a New Zealand registered nurse and nutritionist (Grad Cert Sci: nutrition, Massey Univ). I am a Certified Zone Instructor, and have worked teaching Zone diet principles to hundreds of clients over the last 10 years. More recently after finding that eating Paleo food choices was the "icing on the cake" health wise, I have become a Paleo enthusiast and teacher. Follow me on twitter @juliannejtaylor

Examine Research Digest (ERD) Julianne Taylor interview

The ERD (Examine.com Research Digest) is a must have for anyone who takes their nutrition seriously.

Every month, they tackle 6-8 recent nutrition/supplement studies. Their team of qualified (e.g. they might have a PhD in Nutrition Science) analyzes them. This from Examine.com:

The Research Digest is a peer reviewed monthly report of the most important supplement and nutrition research from the past 90 days.

Our goal is to make the research accessible and practical to professionals like you. To do that we:

  • Take a holistic approach – putting each study into context with the related research that’s been done
  • Go beyond the headlines to fully understand the entire study and how it relates to the bigger health picture
  • Provide you with takeaways based on a nuanced assessment of the facts… so you can help your clients and yourself make informed decisions about what you’re putting in your body
  • Find a balance between writing in a language you can understand and keeping the integrity of the scientific findings

Here is a link to a past digest: https://examine.com/store/erd/#sneakpeek

Last year I was interviewed for the November issue. Here is a PDF copy of that interview: juliannetaylor1

erd-interview-picRead the rest here juliannetaylor1

Examine.com also publish the excellent Supplement Goals Reference guide which sums up over 5000 human studies into a monster 1000+ page reference that clearly tells you what works (and what doesn’t)

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One Response to “Examine Research Digest (ERD) Julianne Taylor interview”

  1. Honora #

    Well done, getting that profile in the magazine. Very grateful that you are continuing your research on AI disease and diet.

    January 10, 2017 at 6:13 pm Reply

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