Nutrition Education and Behavioral Science
ASN Webinar Series: Understanding and Using the New 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Listen to the recordings and view the slides! On December 29, 2020 the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans were released
ASN Supports National Nutrition Month® 2021
Originally launched in 1973 as National Nutrition Week, since 1980, March has been National Nutrition Month®, providing a month-long opportunity
Eating Disorders Are on the Rise
COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges to individuals with eating disorders Approximately 24 million people in the United States suffer from
ASN Supports Healthy Weight Week, January 24-30, 2021
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity affects more than 40% of Americans, placing them at
Does the Concept of Food Addiction Help Us Better Manage Overeating and Obesity?
AJCN’s Great Debates in Nutrition series applies scientific evidence to argue the pros and cons of viewing overeating and obesity
Do plant-based ultra-processed foods improve the nutritional quality of vegetarian diets?
Vegetarian diets are often characterized as having beneficial health effects due to their higher nutritional quality. However, not all vegetarian
Nutrition and Stress: A Two-way Street
Just as stress can affect nutrition, nutrition can affect stress Are you feeling stressed? If you’re like most people, chances
Advances in Nutritional Microbiology: From Fundamental Microbiome Science to Applications
The role of gut microbiota in obesity, inflammation, Type II diabetes, and in health across individual lifespans and genotypes, is
Nutrition and Oral Health – Do our mouths hold the key?
A logical start when we think about nutrition is the mouth. The mouth is the first point of entry for
The Art of Cooking for Health: Culinary Medicine
What do I eat? That is a question most people ask themselves at least once a day. Imagine getting a