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Are Prebiotics the Solution to Iron Deficiency Anemia?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds promising results, but more research is needed Iron deficiency anemia, the most common
Are Probiotics an Effective Treatment for Respiratory Tract Infection?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition suggests probiotics “modestly reduce the incidence, duration, and severity of respiratory tract infection” Respiratory
Nutrition and Chronic Disease
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that six out of ten American adults have at least one
Evaluation and Findings from the International Food Policy Study
An unhealthy diet is among the leading global causes of death and disability. In response, policies have been implemented throughout
ASN Journals Address Nutrition Inequity
The 2021 Global Nutrition Report, an independent assessment of the state of global nutrition, was dedicated to nutrition equity. According
ASN Journals Rethink Food Systems to Promote Food and Nutrient Sustainability
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered food supply failures and shortages, which have been further exacerbated by the current crisis in
Will a Ketogenic Diet Benefit People with Multiple Sclerosis?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds the diet may benefit many patients with multiple sclerosis, particularly younger patients. Multiple
Are Unhealthy Foods and Beverages Fueling Childhood Obesity?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds a relationship between unhealthy food and beverage consumption and childhood obesity, but more
ASN Journals Explore Nutrition and Mental Health
In a March 2022 Scientific Brief, the World Health Organization reported, “the COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on
Lung Cancer and Nutrition
Review published in Advances in Nutrition underscores lack of large, randomized trials to guide nutrition interventions among people with lung