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Should an Obsession with Healthy Eating be Classified as a Disease?

Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition notes “great caution should be exercised in extending the label of illness to the phenomenon of orthorexia nervosa”

ASN Science Policy Fellow Interview: Lyndsey D. Ruiz

The ASN Science Policy Fellowship is offered to advanced graduate students, early professionals, postdoctoral trainees, or medical interns, residents, or

ASN Pfizer Predoctoral Fellowship 2019 Recipient, May Cheung — Interview

Each year, award partners make it possible for us to recognize and support the academic pursuits of nutrition graduate students

Plant Pigment Power of Phytonutrients and Vascular Health

Blueberries, Red Raspberries and Resveratrol Phytochemicals, also known as phytonutrients (phyto=plant) are plant-based compounds with certain biological actions that sustain

10 Trending Nutrition Research Articles of 2019

As 2020 begins, we took a look back at nutrition in the news during 2019. The most popular diet search

Should toddlers born prematurely continue to receive long chain fatty acid supplementation?

During the last trimester of pregnancy and the first few years of life, long chain fatty acids such as docosahexaenoic

The key to weight-loss may be in the gut

A diverse and robust colonic microbial community is beneficial to human health. Numerous studies have shown that imbalances in the

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

Emerging Health Effects and Implications of Cannabis

State legalization has expanded access and acceptance in the use of cannabis for medical and recreational purposes. It has also created

Magnificent Mushrooms

A recent research study in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease showed that those who consumed > 2 portions of mushrooms