SEEN and CGCODN join #HealthsBulls to curb fake news about nutrition and Covid-19

 

 

 


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Bulos on food account for more than half of the false beliefs detected by doctors. Neither ginger nor garlic have proven effective in preventing or treating infection by the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus

The Spanish Society of Endocrinology and Nutrition (SEEN) and the General Council of Official Colleges of Dietists-Nutricionistas (CGCODN) have signed sendos conventions of collaboration with the #HealthsinBulos Institute with the objective of contributing to truthful information in food and ending the fake news about food. “Food is one of the topics on which the most divers are spread and the current infodemia because of the social-sanitarian crisis of the Covid-19 we are fortunate to have two entities such as SEEN and CGCODN to stop the disinformation in social networks that exists about food and theories about whether or not to prevent the contagion by coronavirus”, explains Carlos Mateos, coordinator of #HealthsinBulos.

 

Food bules account for 57 percent of the false beliefs detected by doctors in consultation according to the II Study on Health Bulos performed by #HealthsinBulos and Doctoral. In the current situation, the #HealthsinBulos Institute has noted an increase in the conversation on social networks about foods that could prevent or cure coronavirus. “The World Health Organization (WHO) has already warned on several occasions that there is no food that can prevent or cure the infection by the new coronavirus,” explains Mateos. “However, we have met with numerous publications and videos on YouTube about the supposed benefits of food such as garlic, onion or ginger,” he adds.

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One of the buds that has spread over the last few weeks alludes to a soup of garlic, lemon and onion with which allegedly the relatives of a Peruvian doctor would have recovered from Covid-19. “There are no studies of any healing food in front of Covid-19. What is fundamental is to remember the relationship of an altered nutritional state with a higher risk of coronavirus infection. In addition, patients infected by Covid-19 have a high risk of undernutrition because in many cases anorexia, decreased intake and digestive clinic, due to infection or drugs,” says Dr. Ana Zugasti, member of Communication of the Spanish Society of Endocrinology and Nutrition.

 

On the other hand, the ginger plays a number of bules. It is ensured that this root can be prepared in natural recipes along with lemon and garlic to prevent and treat the Covid-19. “Although it is known that ginger, like so many other foods, has healthy properties, there is no study confirming its response to coronavirus infection,” adds Luis J. Morán, president of the General Council of Official Colleges of Dietists-Nutricionistas

Report on feed bules
As the first part of this collaboration, the #HealthsinBulos Institute, the SEEN, the CGCODN are preparing, together with the Institute of Clinical Immunology and Infectious Diseases and the nutritionist Beatriz Robles, a report on food bulos and Covid-19 that most spread through social networks in recent weeks. In addition, all parties have participated in a Tweetchat on Twitter in which they have dismantled the divers that have made them reach the users of this social network. This initiative has enjoyed great participation with 2.7 million potential impressions of online conversation.

SEEN and CGCODN join #HealthsBulls to curb fake news about nutrition and Covid-19

SEEN and CGCODN join #HealthsBulls to curb fake news about nutrition and Covid-19

Bulos on food account for more than half of the false beliefs detected by doctors. Neither ginger nor garlic have proven effective in preventing or treating in

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2023-04-11

 

SEEN and CGCODN join #HealthsBulls to curb fake news about nutrition and Covid-19
SEEN and CGCODN join #HealthsBulls to curb fake news about nutrition and Covid-19

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