Nutrition and Stress: A Two-way Street
Just as stress can affect nutrition, nutrition can affect stress Are you feeling stressed? If you’re like most people, chances
Does When We Eat Matter?
ASN Journals Present the Latest Findings in Chrono-Nutrition We know that what we eat matters, but does when we eat
Can Diet Reduce Chronic Inflammation among Older Adults?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds that adoption of a Mediterranean diet is an effective strategy Our global
ASN Congratulates Its Members and Authors for Their Role in the Development of Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Published every five years, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) recommends what Americans should eat and drink to promote health
Is Protein Supplementation Counterproductive for Older Adults?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds that protein supplementation among older adults does not lower energy intake and
Cranberries: ASN Journals Examine a Thanksgiving Favorite
Cranberry sauce is a Thanksgiving tradition. Many people may not, however, know that nutrition scientists have been studying cranberries extensively,
ASN Journals Explore the Multifaceted Relationship between Nutrition and Mental Health
Recently, nutrition scientists have begun to explore how nutrition not only affects physical health, but also mental health through a
ASN Journals Examine the Links between Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Muscle
In 2006, Robert R. Wolfe published a commentary in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, noting, “the importance of maintaining
Towards New DRIs for Vitamin A and Carotenoids in Early Life
Current Developments in Nutrition Special Collection Highlights Areas Where More Research Is Needed Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient that
Are Whole Grains Healthier Than Refined Grains?
ASN Journals Offer a Variety of Scientific Perspectives The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that at least half of the