Is There a Best Calorie Counter?
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Can Vitamin D Help Prevent the Development of Type 2 Diabetes?
By Banaz Al-khalidi November is National Diabetes Month and World Diabetes Day takes place yearly on November 14 to engage
Can the Vegetarian Diet Be Healthy?
By Meghan Anderson Thomas, MS I constantly hear: Omnivores: “Vegetarians just don’t look healthy.” Vegetarians: “ Meat just isn’t good
Changes on the Horizon: Redefining Malnutrition Diagnoses in Older Adults
By Jonelle Agurs, ASN Intern No one wants to get half a diagnosis from their doctor. Unfortunately, that’s what tends
Food Security in Puerto Rico: Vulnerable Food Supply
By Mayra S. Crespo Bellido In 1942, Dr. Lydia J. Roberts was asked by Dr. M. L. Wilson of the
My Clinical Nutrition Internship: Enhancing Physician Education
By Hans Chiang I used to be very picky with my food as a child. My parents tried multiple ways
Is Self-Reported Diet Data Good Enough for Nutrition Science?
By Colby Vorland Southwest Airlines is consistently rated as serving good food on their flights, yet they don’t serve food
Full-Service Restaurant Dining May Be Calorically Expensive
By Sabrina Sales Martinez, MS, RDN In the United States, more than 35% of the adult population and 17% of
Interpreting Food Labels: Natural versus Organic
By Joyanna Hansen Consumers navigating grocery store aisles have many choices, and food labels are one way in which food
Basil: What’s not to Love?
By Joyanna Gilmour Basil, easily recognized by its fragrant, green, oval-shaped leaves, makes an appearance in many foods including pasta,