Water insecurity: A barrier to healthy eating
In a national survey of lower-income United States adults, indicators of water insecurity were found to be associated with lower
A whey to mitigate muscle loss
The efficacy of diet-induced weight loss interventions depends, in part, on the retention of lean body mass during periods of
Iron-fortified infant cereal may help reduce dietary iron inadequacy during later stages of infancy
A recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition reports that iron-fortified foods are needed to meet iron requirements in
Iodine deficiency risk in children: Is there cause for concern?
The first study to examine iodine status and iodine intake in children < 2 y of age in Innlandet County
Increasing access to SNAP benefits for low-income active-duty military households can help reduce poverty
A recent study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, reports that excluding basic allowance for housing (BAH)—an allowance to offset
Can diet help ease depressive symptoms among pregnant women?
A recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition reported an association between adherence to the Mediterranean diet and depressive
The medical burden of obesity and overweight among US military service members
A recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that in young, physically active service members the medical burden
Algae as a surprising source of environmentally friendly protein to support muscle turnover
With more of us looking for alternatives to eating animals, new research has found a surprising environmentally friendly source of
Is iron deficiency related to depressive symptoms in nonpregnant women of reproductive age?
An examination of nationally representative data indicates that nonpregnant women of reproductive age with iron deficiency have higher prevalence of
Curtailing the rising tide in obesity among school-aged children over time
A recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that food environments within and outside of schools are associated