Nutrition, Food Allergies, Celiac, and Food Related Conditions

There's a lot of bad nutrition advice out there. Here's how to know what to trust. 

Jean Goldberg of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy offers advice for making smart food decisions.

A woman pushing a shopping cart in a grocery store. Reporting based on findings of nutrition research is rife with exaggerations, contradictions, and flat-out inaccuracies.

The number of people with food allergies appears to be on the rise. Current research suggests that around 10 percent of American adults are allergic to one or more foods. Chances are good that you or someone you know has a diet restricted by food allergies.  Check out Tufts video on allergy prevention strategies: