ACCN15: Carb Recommendations for Diabetes Nutrition Management
By Celez Suratos, MS, RD, ACCN15 Blogger An individual only needs two things to easily access a myriad of information:
ACCN15: Motivational Interviewing Techniques to Encourage Lifestyle Changes/Weight Loss
By Celez Suratos, MS, RD, ACCN15 Blogger Motivational interviewing (MI) is a technique used to incite positive behavior change. It
How Much Risk do Red or Processed Meats Pose?
By Caitlin Dow, PhD If you’ve spent any time on the internet in the last couple of months, you’ve likely
Small, Frequent Meals
Guest Post by ASN Member Hassan S. Dashti, PhD. Small, frequent meals, also referred to as grazing, picking, nibbling, and
Breakfast Consumption and Weight Loss
By Caitlin Dow, PhD Breakfast is often considered the “most important meal of the day,” and if you are looking
Green Tea: Who Does it Help, and How?
By: Emma Partridge, MS Candidate Green tea contains a high concentration of polyphenols, most of which are flavanols. Flavanols are
Rethinking the problem of long-term weight management
By Banaz Al-khalidi Losing weight is hard enough. Keeping it off is even harder. Despite decades of scientific advancement in
New Focus on Reducing Anemia in Adolescent Girls
By Marion Roche, PhD The target set out by the World Health Assembly is to reduce the anemia in all
Immunometabolism: The Role of Iron in an Emerging Field
By Ann Liu, PhD Historically, immunology and metabolism have been distinct disciplines. However in recent decades we have learned that
Gut Microbes and the Brain: What is the Effect on Human Behavior?
By Teresa L. Johnson, MSPH, RD W. Allan Walker, MD, and Emeran Mayer, MD chaired a symposium during ASN’s Scientific