Do Certain Dietary Factors Affect Your Risk of Pancreatic Cancer?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds “five statistically significant associations between dietary factors and pancreatic cancer risk.” Due to
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Supplement: Prevention Options for Preterm Birth, Fetal Growth Restriction, and Small Birth Size
Low birth weight, defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a birth weight of less than 2,500 grams, or
Will Consuming Dairy Help You Sleep Better?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds “a positive relation between dairy product consumption and sleep quality,” but evidence is
Does Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation Help You Build Muscle?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds omega-3 fatty acid supplementation “may lead to very small increases in muscle strength.”
Long-term Consumption of Ten Food Groups and Cardiovascular Mortality
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds “long-term high intake of whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and nuts significantly reduced
Just Published American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Supplement – The Breastmilk Ecology: Genesis of Infant Nutrition (BEGIN) Project
Underlying human milk is a complex biological system, consisting of a matrix of many interacting parts. As such, human milk
ASN Journals Explore How Nutrition Can Alleviate the Global Burden of COVID-19
As of Feburary 2023, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports more than 6.8 million deaths worldwide resulting from the COVID-19
ASN Journals Explore COVID’s Effect on Food Security
During the COVID-19 pandemic, food insecurity doubled in the United States; it tripled among households with children. In response, ASN
Can a Mediterranean Diet Improve Physical Fitness?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds high adherence to the Mediterranean diet associated with higher levels of physical fitness
Are You Getting Enough Flavan-3-ols?
Intake guidelines published in Advances in Nutrition “may help improve blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar.” Cardiometabolic disease, a