An article in Mayo Clinic Proceedings contends that the U.S. Government's 2015 Dietary Guidelines are based on flawed scientific information because data come from methods such as interviews and surveys. Among the critiques are that human memory is not a precise way to gather scientific data and that physical activity and exercise are not usually taken into account by federally funded nutrition scientists.

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