• anonymous
Jamie is reviewing a new diet plan that involves purchasing pre-packaged meals and taking a patented energy supplement. In an ad explaining how it works, Jamie reads about a study cited as evidence supporting the effectiveness of the plan. In the study, two groups were followed: one following the plan and another following a simple low-carbohydrate diet. What should Jamie look for in the study to have full confidence in its scientific reliability?
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  • anonymous
A list of differences between the two diets in the study A comparison of the plan to a variety of diets Testimony from a wide range of users Details on the number of studies conducted and the results of each trial

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