Gonzalo Casino
Head of Knowledge Transfer at the Iberoamerican Cochrane Centre and Professor of Science and Data Journalism at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona (Spain). He directs the Nutrimedia project and publishes the blog Escepticemia since 1999.
good to eat

Growing concern for health has fuelled interest in the relationship between diet and disease prevention. But despite the remarkable scientific advances, there are still many unanswered questions, and many evidence-based messages do not reach the population and are lost in a sea of misinformation and half-truths.

We now have more information than ever about nutrition. But, at the same time, we have great difficulties to identify reliable information and, above all, to understand the limitations of science to answer so many of the questions that we make ourselves about how the food we eat and the food we avoid affects our health.
Pseudoscience and bad science in biomedicine

Pseudoscience (false science) and science based on faulty and biased studies (bad science) produce false or uncertain knowledge, with poor or no evidence.