Nutrition research informs consumer eating habits, public policy, healthcare practice decisions and research agenda development. Yet, virtually every individual scientific study has limitations in design and methodology. The authors of a new analysis, “Using risk of bias domains to identify opportunities for improvement in food- and nutrition-related research,” examined these limitations to identify ways to improve scientific methods and in turn, research quality, in the future.

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This work was supported by the IAFNS Assembly on Scientific Integrity. Learn more about IAFNS’s work and commitment to Scientific Integrity.