Is Moderate Carbohydrate Intake the Best?

Recently, a giant paper on carbohydrate consumption and mortality was published in The Lancet. The paper discussed the findings of a prospective cohort study and a meta-analysis of several cohort studies. Studies like this are often the ones that generate the most hype, which is always bizarre to me given

How Useful Is Nutritional Epidemiology?

The studies that gain the most attention from the media are usually nutritional epidemiological studies and these studies make everyone reconsider their beliefs about nutrition. However, there is a good reason to be skeptical of these types of studies and in this blog post, I explain why.