David L. Katz

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David L. Katz



David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM is the founding director of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, Immediate Past-President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and founder/president of the True Health Initiative. He is the author of the forthcoming book The Truth About Food.

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Disease-Proof: The Remarkab...

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The Truth About Food: Why P...

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The Way to Eat: A Six-Step ...

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Nutrition in Clinical Pract...

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The Flavor Point Diet: The ...

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Cut Your Cholesterol

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Dr. David Katz's Flavor-Ful...

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Nutrition in Clinical Practice

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Clinical Epidemiology & Evi...

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More books by David L. Katz…
“[There are] lies of two varieties. There is the truly bad, “I know that what I am saying is untrue, but it suits my agenda to say it anyway” kind. There is the less bad, “I came upon information I liked or found persuasive, and repeated it before verifying it was true” kind. The latter is not about willful dishonesty, just carelessness. But since both varieties promulgate misinformation, both kinds are harmful.”
David L. Katz

“If I have omitted something of particular importance to you, please google the topic and my name, as I may have written about it in one of my columns. If not, look for information on the topic from the usual reliable sources: the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; the Mayo Clinic; WebMD; Verywell.”
David L. Katz, The Truth About Food: Why Pandas Eat Bamboo and People Get Bamboozled

“It was last year as it is this year, and it will be the same next year. That details about diet are debated at the frontiers of our knowledge does nothing to alter the landscape of the far more copious common ground. 2,3”
David L. Katz, The Truth About Food: Why Pandas Eat Bamboo and People Get Bamboozled



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