identify/red flag a valid/invalid nutrition claim on your favorite online platf


identify/red flag a
valid/invalid nutrition claim on your favorite online platform.
in a 2-page paper, include the following information:
a. (15pts) Paragraph 1: Describe the media content: please answer all the
questions below.
i. In what platform did you find this content?
1. Share the link or a screenshot of the post in the bottom of your
paper.
ii. What is the main point/message being relayed by this post? (e.g., “Keto
diet is the best diet”; “Vitamin D and calcium are important for strong
bones…”).
iii. How is the information relayed? Is it informational? promotional?
persuasive? unbiased? monetized? dramatic?
iv. Who is
sharing the information? Does the presenter/blogger/speaker have
any credentials?
v. What makes the content attractive/not attractive in this post?
vi. Share any other important information to describe the content.
b. (30pts) Paragraphs 2-3: Identify 2 red flags that categorize the media content
as fallacious (not evidence-based) or give 2 reasons that categorize the media
content as reliable (evidence-based).
i. Refer to the project video for explanations & examples of fallacious and
reliable(evidence-based) information.
ii. One red flag or reason per paragraph.
(10pts) Paragraph 4: Describe your thoughts about this media content.
Opinion is valid on this last part. Answer the following.
i. What did you learn from this activity and how can you apply it to your
daily life?
ii. What is one thing you would share with your friends and family about
internet nutrition information?
iii. How has this experience impacted the way you look at social media and
online content?


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