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Opinion Response 1: Evidence to Inform Nutrition Policy and Programs. Building and maintaining public confidence in nutrition science

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Science should be as fundamental to public discourse and policy as is the soil to the agriculture and food production that support human health. Regrettably, it is widely recognized that science could, and should, be more influential in informing the dialog that guides public opinion and policy-making. To move the needle in a favorable direction, nutrition policies and programs must be underpinned by the highest possible standards of scientific evidence to help ensure that they achieve their intended purpose. Successful nutrition policies and programs strengthen public confidence and trust in the importance of science and nutrition, and in the institutions that translate and implement scientific evidence to serve the public good.

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Year 2014
Authors Patrick J Stover
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/SLNU7053
DOI Number 10.52439/SLNU7053
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