FIRST, find a "questionable" nutrition product. Check out a website that promotes this product, and evaluate it for validity. Or, you could choose one of the many websites that offer nutritional advice or information but which offer little or no scientific research as validation. (Some websites of this kind will cite research studies but ail to provide access to the source or misinterpret the results to support their own viewpoint or sell their own product.) Explain why you feel this product or website lacks authenticity or fails to provide a scientific basis for claims made
NEXT, find a nutrition-related product or health information site that you feel is legitimate, based on scientific research that is fully documented with full disclosure and accurate interpretation of the scientific research that supports its claims. Explain why you believe this information or product is valid.
Be sure to include the URL for both sites so that I can review them as well. You must have two products or two health-based websites to compare: one representative of fraudulent claims or misinformation, and one that is validated by scientific research from a credible, unbiased source. Your discussion should clearly state the differences between the two.
The response should include a reference list. Double-space, using Times New Roman 12 pnt font, one-inch margins, and APA style of writing and citations.