The common use of improper control diets in diet-induced metabolic disease research confounds data interpretation: the fiber factor

By Mark D'Antonio.

Diets used to induce metabolic disease are generally high in fat and refined carbohydrates and importantly, are usually made with refined, purified ingredients. However, researchers will often use a low fat grain-based (GB) diet containing...


Are control diets important?

By Matthew Ricci, Ph.D..

How important is a good control diet? Can't you just use chow as a control? (Short answer: No!)

Proper control diets are critical to valid data interpretation.

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