A picture is worth a thousand words

9 Jan

While reading an article about the American Dietetic Association changing its name to the “Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics” I came across the picture below

Hmmmmm….when did Coca Cola become part of a healthy diet?? The National Dairy Council??  Does the ADA have any idea what is in conventional dairy products??

Sadly, many well known and trusted organizations are backed by large corporations.  This means that they can often provide misleading and biased information.  We want to believe that organizations such as the ADA and those that provide healthcare have our best interests in mind, but at the end of the day it’s all about the bottom line and making their sponsors happy.  Do your own research friends…and lots of it!!

read the full article mentioned above  here

If you have questions feel free to email me – leah@shineonwellness.com


One Response to “A picture is worth a thousand words”


  1. Coke, Pepsi, Hershey and the National Dairy Council Want to Give You Nutritional Advice « shineonwellness - January 27, 2012

    […] is backed by a number of large unhealthy food and beverage manufacturers (see previous post…A picture is worth a thousand words) as well as pharmaceutical companies.  So basically seeing a dietician is equivalent to asking a […]

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