Clinical Nutrition

How can we implement better health behaviors in cancer survivors?

Lifestyle interventions targeted at obtaining/maintaining a healthy body weight and/or incorporating physical activity and healthy eating habits have great potential

Telenutrition: Reaching More People with Technology

We have all experienced the tedious process of setting up an appointment to see your doctor, PT, RDN, or other

The Debate Over the Health Effects of Food Processing

While debates about the relative healthfulness of carbohydrates/type of fat/salt/sweeteners/etc. never cease, there is one nutritional message that can unite

Multimodal interventions: Combining nutrition with exercise in clinical populations

Nutrition provides the building blocks our body needs, including energy to move for physical activity and metabolic adaptations that occur

Corporate Wellness Programs: A New Frontier for RDNs

Registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) are best known for their roles in clinical nutrition, food service management, community nutrition, and public

Pursuing a RD/RDN after a PhD: Motives, Experiences and Challenges from Nutrition Experts

By Hassan S. Dashti, PhD I spent a lot of time contemplating whether I should pursue an RD after completing

My Clinical Nutrition Internship Experience

By Seth Morrison My name is Seth Morrison, a final year medical student at the Medical School for International Health

Influences on nutrition at the individual, household, and national level

Student Blogger for Global Nutrition Council at ASN’s Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting at EB 2016 By: Sheela Sinharoy, MPH

The Folate Fortification Story – How we fixed one problem…but may have created another

By: Mary Scourboutakos Neural tube defects are a type of birth defect—affecting the brain, spine or spinal cord—that result from

Spotty labeling confused this customer…the lesson I learned about rBST labeling

By Mary Scourboutakos Living in Canada, I was never worried about recombinant bovine somatotropin hormone, aka rBST. This synthetic hormone,