Fact Checking Policy
Accuracy in Reporting
Whenever we publish an article, we work diligently to ensure everything written meets scientific scrutiny. However, mistakes are sometimes made. In the event we find an error, we do our best to update and correct mistakes as soon as we can.
We periodically revisit older content and make sure they are up to date so our readers always have the best information available about the topic.
Sourcing and Citations
Our team takes our commitment to accurate fact-checking seriously. We do our best to ensure all claims made have traceable facts and information back to their original sources. If we cannot support an assertion, we do not make it.
As claims are made, references to citations are presented at the end of the stated claim. At the bottom of each article, we have a list of references pointing to the original source.
Meet our Medical Review Team
Robert Iafelice, MS, RD, LDN is a functional nutritionist and freelance medical writer. In addition to “Hold on to Your Muscle, Be Free of Disease,” Robert has written continuing education programs for nutritionists, including “Intermittent Fasting: Evidence-Based Approaches to Optimized Health and Disease Resistance” and “Clinical Strategies to Combat Food Allergies and Intolerances.”
Robert received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and a Master of Science degree in Nutrition Science from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Most of his experience as a practicing registered dietitian was in the field of integrative/functional medicine with a focus on food allergy.
Robert’s diverse background also includes extensive experience in fitness/wellness as a gym owner, university nutrition instructor, health educator in the nutraceuticals industry, and oncology. As a fitness enthusiast, he competes in Masters track & field events.
Jill Corleone, RD s a registered dietitian who’s been writing about nutrition, health, and fitness for more
than 20 years.
After earning her Bachelor of Science in nutrition at New York University in Manhattan, Jill went on to complete her dietetic internship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark.
Her early career focused on clinical dietetics, with a particular emphasis on pediatric nutrition. This experience allowed her to develop a deep understanding of the nutritional needs of children and how to address various health issues through diet and nutrition. As Jill’s career progressed, she transitioned into management, indicating her ability to lead and oversee departments effectively.
In 2007, Jill ventured into freelance writing, allowing her to share her knowledge and expertise with a broader audience. Her work has appeared in many online publications, including Diabetes Self-Management, Huffington Post, Livestrong.com, and Verywell Fit. In her free time, Jill enjoys spending time with her family