We know it's wise to be wary of health articles, since there are so many contradictory claims out there, all backed up by their own evidence. So how do you know what to believe? According to one pediatrician and health researcher, it all comes down to a few simple guidelines.
In a recent article for The New York Times, Aaron Carroll shares the general eating rules he lives by. These are the ones he shares with patients, the ones he recommends as a pediatrician and a health services researcher. And while he notes they're not "laws" and shouldn't be viewed as such, "these recommendations make sense to me, and they’ve helped me immensely," he says.
→ Read more: Simple Rules for Healthy Eating from The New York Times