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Intermittent fasting – healthy or hype?

As anyone in the nutrition field is aware, there are plenty of extreme dietary practices. Personally, I’ve heard about everything

Prevention and Health Care Reform

The leading causes of death in the United States include heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and kidney disease (1). These

Member Highlight Interview: Sharon Donovan, Ph.D., R.D.

Interview with Sharon Donovan, Ph.D., R.D., Professor and Melissa M. Noel Endowed Chair in Nutrition and Health in the Division

Fish oil and resistance training – effective for older adults?

Omega-3 fatty acids have been long touted for their cardiovascular benefits. But many research studies strongly suggest that these fatty

Does Breastfeeding Make You Smarter?

Good nutrition has been shown to help with survival, growth, mental development, health, and well-being across one’s lifespan. Unearthing precisely

Meat Preparation and Carcinogens: Practical Recommendations

By Chris Radlicz This past October, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World

Health Professionals Need More Nutrition Education. How Can We Deliver?

By Allison Dostal, PhD It’s not a revelation that most Americans would benefit from increased nutrition education and guidance. Newly

The complexity and mystery of linear growth

Student Blogger for Global Nutrition Council at ASN’s Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting at EB 2016 By: Sheela Sinharoy, MPH

Designing interventions to achieve impact

Student Blogger for Global Nutrition Council at ASN’s Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting at EB 2016 By: Sheela Sinharoy, MPH

Influences on nutrition at the individual, household, and national level

Student Blogger for Global Nutrition Council at ASN’s Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting at EB 2016 By: Sheela Sinharoy, MPH