It has long been noted that obesity influences both metabolic and cardiovascular risk. Moreover, data from a large number of studies suggest that the accumulation of abdominal and liver fat poses an even greater risk of metabolic dysfunction. Because of the many health-related consequences associated with abdominal and liver fat accumulation, it is important to […]
Food Intolerance and Food Allergies: The Dangers of Not Knowing the Difference Lately, it seems like avoiding a specific food has become just another fad diet. As a result, this has caused a lot of confusion about food allergies and food intolerance. What’s the difference? A food intolerance does not typically cause a life-threatening reaction.1 To put it simply, food intolerance […]
https://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/allergy.jpeg7801200Crystal Dickenhttps://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/asn-logo-2.gifCrystal Dicken2019-03-29 11:58:282019-04-04 13:59:11Food Intolerance and Food Allergies: The Dangers of Not Knowing the Difference
Monica Pasqualino, 2018 Gerber Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship Recipient and PhD Candidate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Monica Pasqualino received her B.A. in International Relations and History from the College of William and Mary, and her Master’s in Public Administration in Development Practice from Columbia University. She is currently a third-year doctoral student […]
Majid Mufaqam Syed-Abdul, 2018 Mars, Inc. Predoctoral Fellowship Recipient and PhD student at the University of Missouri, Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, School of Medicine Majid Mufaqam Syed-Abdul received his B. Pharm from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad, India and his M.S. in Nutrition and Exercise Science from Southeast Missouri State University. He […]
Andrew McLeod, 2018 Pfizer Predoctoral Fellowship Recipient and Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Medicine Andrew McLeod received his M.S. in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois at Chicago and is currently working as a Research Assistant at the University of Illinois at Chicago Lab of Dr. […]
Figure of mouse brain tissue from the substantia nigra; cells that are stained are dopamine producing. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease, which means that the damage in the brain begins several decades before the symptoms appear. In PD, approximately 60% of a specific cell type in the brain dies before symptoms appear. The […]
https://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/TH_Saline_Image-2.jpg10412168Nafisa Jadavjihttps://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/asn-logo-2.gifNafisa Jadavji2019-03-01 16:15:312019-03-01 16:15:31Nutrition & Parkinson's disease: is there a link?