With more than 20 featured sessions, 2,000 presentations of new, original research, 5 award lectures, numerous workshops and non-stop networking opportunities, we think it’s safe to say that there is something for everyone at Nutrition 2018. Be sure to check out the Nutrition 2018 Schedule Planner before you go. This interactive, online platform will help […]
Sarah Reyes, Ph.D. Candidate in Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University and NIH Predoctoral Trainee in Translational Research in Nutrition Sarah Reyes received her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies – International Studies and Human Nutrition and her M.S. in Animal Science from the University of Idaho and is completing her Ph.D. studies in the Human Nutrition Program at […]
Conversations about nutrition and health are now common in the media and in the lives of many consumers, as they become increasingly aware of and interested in the health benefits of certain foods and food components. However, not everyone understands how to evaluate the nutrition information they come across to determine which information is fact […]
By: Nafisa M. Jadavji, PhD A stroke occurs when there is reduced blood flow to the brain. Blood carries oxygen and glucose to cells in the brain. When there are reduced levels of blood, these cells start to die. Since the brain controls behavior, this cell death leads to impairments in function. The impairments […]
The renal diet is commonly recommended for those with late stages of chronic kidney disease and end-stage kidney disease. The renal diet is characterized by the reduction of dietary sodium, potassium, and phosphorus. The rationale behind these restrictions is to prevent the buildup of these micronutrients in the blood and to reduce complications, such as […]
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Interview with Kevin Klatt, Ph.D. Candidate in Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University and member of the Executive Board of the ASN Student Interest Group (SIG). Kevin Klatt received his B.S. in Biological Anthropology from Temple University with a Minor in Public Health, his M.S. in Human Nutrition at Drexel University, and is completing his Ph.D. […]
https://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Klatt.jpg400400ASN Bloggerhttps://nutrition.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/asn-logo-2.gifASN Blogger2018-04-10 13:19:562018-04-10 13:25:38Member Highlight Interview: Kevin Klatt, Ph.D. Candidate in Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University