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"DNA Diets" : Junk Science?

"DNA Diets" : Are they junk science?

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Offline mydietingway

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"DNA Diets" : Are they junk science?
« on: 17/06/2016 05:19:39 »
I have seen a person who is really into having eating extra food but appears not to get fatter. Is this their genes, or something else?
« Last Edit: 17/06/2016 07:36:22 by chris »

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Offline Colin2B

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Re: "DNA Diets" : Are they junk science?
« Reply #1 on: 17/06/2016 08:55:53 »
How will you know that your poll is meaningful?
You might get 100 perhaps votes from companies selling these diets but what if all the users have died of malnutrition and are unable to answer?
Also you haven't included a yes, why not?
« Last Edit: 17/06/2016 08:58:03 by Colin2B »
and the misguided shall lead the gullible,
the feebleminded have inherited the earth.

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Offline IAMREALITY

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Re: "DNA Diets" : Are they junk science?
« Reply #2 on: 21/06/2016 21:15:53 »
How will you know that your poll is meaningful?
You might get 100 perhaps votes from companies selling these diets but what if all the users have died of malnutrition and are unable to answer?
Also you haven't included a yes, why not?

If they chose to vote perhaps instead of 'no' then their companies should fire them lol.

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Re: "DNA Diets" : Are they junk science?
« Reply #3 on: 25/06/2016 19:07:01 »
I won't vote on a poll that doesn't cover all options, namely the "YES" and thus is flawed as it suffers from the fallacy of false dilemma.

Any analysis of this poll is an autopsy report.