NHANES: Opportunities for Revitalization
Webinar Summary Prepared by the Committee on Advocacy and Science Policy *By Christine Taylor, PhD, Chair of ASN’s Committee on
Can a Mediterranean Diet Improve Physical Fitness?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds high adherence to the Mediterranean diet associated with higher levels of physical fitness
Are You Getting Enough Flavan-3-ols?
Intake guidelines published in Advances in Nutrition “may help improve blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar.” Cardiometabolic disease, a
Insights into the Science behind the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
ASN helps members navigate the DGA and understand the science underlying its recommendations. Published every five years, the Dietary Guidelines
Can Big Data Shed New Light on Root Causes of Obesity?
Current Developments in Nutrition authors believe big data may reveal new causal associations According to the World Health Organization (WHO),
Valuing the Diversity of Research Methods to Advance Nutrition Science
ASN argues that diverse methods enhance nutrition science In May 2020, the ASN Board of Directors commissioned a task force
ASN Journal Editors Join More than 250 Editors Calling for Urgent Climate Action
“Wealthy nations must step up support for Africa and vulnerable countries in addressing past, present, and future impacts of climate
Insects for Dinner?￼
Trick or treat? Or an undervalued source of high-quality protein? How do you feel about insects for dinner? The answer
Are Prebiotics the Solution to Iron Deficiency Anemia?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds promising results, but more research is needed Iron deficiency anemia, the most common
Are Probiotics an Effective Treatment for Respiratory Tract Infection?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition suggests probiotics “modestly reduce the incidence, duration, and severity of respiratory tract infection” Respiratory