Obesity

Intermittent energy restriction: a novel weight loss approach for adolescents

As obesity rates continue to rise worldwide, research remains focused on evidence-based weight loss strategies.  One such strategy that has

Abdominal and Liver Fat – Does Diet Matter?

Obesity and Metabolic and Cardiovascular Risk It has long been noted that obesity influences both metabolic and cardiovascular risk. Moreover,

What’s in a name? That which we call “sweet” by any other name may not be the same.

In the case of Shakespeare, a rose is a rose is a rose – all smell sweet. But, in the

Why women are at greater risk for major depression and cardiometabolic comorbidities

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. for persons ages 15-43, affecting 16.2 million

The shopper’s Dilemma: To Shun Or Embrace The Center Aisles?

Which consumer are you? –The astute academic or health professional: You have a degree (one or more) in nutrition, you

The Value of Nutrition Obesity Research Centers: As Told by Dr. David Allison

Doctor David B. Allison is the current dean, distinguished professor, and provost professor at the Indiana University School of Public

The Need for Increased Rigor in Obesity and Nutrition Research: A Q&A with Dr. David Allison

Doctor David B. Allison is the current dean, distinguished professor, and provost professor at the Indiana University School of Public

Inflammation: What Is It, and how can my diet and behavior affect it?

Suppose you’ve been told to eat an anti-inflammatory diet, or maybe you’re a practitioner whose clients want to know whether

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

I eat what you eat: Maternal Nutrition and Epigenetics

Potential mothers, new mothers and mothers of multiples often worry about how their nutrition will affect their children. With the