Select a nutrition related article from the popular media (newspaper, magazine or website). The article should have been published from 2020 onwards. If you are choosing a web resource and there is no date on the specific article, the webpage should have been updated in 2022 (this information is often available in the copyright information at the bottom of the webpage).
Check the information within the article and provide a written summary. Include the following sections:
Title of the article
Reference of the article
What the article claims (1-2 sentences)
Fact check – critically comment on the article and use scientific sources, such as primary research articles, to check the facts and give a verdict on the reliability of the popular media article.
References – reference any sources you refer to using the Harvard format. Between 3 to 5 references.
As a guide, the fact check section of this activity should be around 150-200 words.
There must be excellent, clearly written answer with full explanations. Critical insight into the quality of the media article. Further reading around the topic, including references to other related studies and / or commentary on benefits / harms of article for the reader.
On example of the detail required and how is structured is found in the document BUT DO NOT USE THIS OR COPY THIS. Is just for guidance.