This is part of a series I’ve been creating for Azumio. Azumio is an app company dedicated to improve health and wellness by tracking sleep and steps, monitoring your glucose levels and heart rate, and providing exercise libraries and routines.
In our content driven world, there’s always a new study, video, book, or documentary that can rock the health and nutrition world. While it’s great that this information can easily be shared with the world, it can get pretty confusing. Quite often, the new information can contradict or clash with accepted facts and it can get confusing on what to believe.
There are some ways you can cut through the noise and figure out what you should listen to and what you should just let pass you by. By going deeper into the information, you can sniff things out. The most common ways new facts get shared are through published studies that news outlets report on or in short videos or documentaries. Here are ways you can check if these studies, videos, or documentaries are telling it to you straight.
Learn more about how you can figure out what studies, news reports and documentaries to trust at Azumio’s blog.