Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Public Policy Workshop 2017
There has never been a more important time to be an advocate for nutrition and its role in preventing the
Advocacy for Health Research
By: R. Alex Coots For scientists, the benefits of nutrition and health research are immediately apparent. It’s easy for us
Soda Politics: A Discussion with Dr. Marion Nestle
By Chris Radlicz Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH is Paulette Goddard Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public
FDA’s Proposal to Update Nutrition Facts label
By Emily Roberts For nutrition professionals, deciphering the Nutrition Facts labels on food packages may be second nature. However, for
Are We Doing Nutrition Messaging Right?
The other day I was sitting in class and the professor showed us a music video that compared sugar to
Nutrition and Media – An Imperfect Union
By Brett Loman Carbs increase belly fat. Gluten-free diets cure cancer. Artificial sweeteners cause diabetes. It seems like the more
Research Publishing: A Contrary Scientific Environment?
By Brett Loman Now more than ever before, the world of academic science is a competitive place. However, does the
International Congress of Nutrition Featured in Advances in Nutrition
The May and September issues of Advances in Nutrition (AN) will feature selected proceedings from the 20th International Congress of