3 Surprising Lessons From the World’s Largest Nutrition Study

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Beginning in 2009, the on-going NutriNet-Santé study has collected data on nearly 200,000 participants, leading researchers to important conclusions about our diets.

The goal of the study is to collect as much data as possible on participants’ diets, lifestyles, genetics, medical backgrounds, living conditions, culture, etc. and find connections to increased rates of mortality. Participants submit most of this information online, but researchers also collect plasma, urine, and serum. Medical and insurance records are used for cross-reference.

Using this vast trove of data, researchers have uncovered results that should make us think twice about what we consume.

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