Does Counting Calories Actually Count?
By Debbie Fetter “Wow! I had no idea there was so many calories in that,” a family friend exclaimed at
What Do Toilets Have to Do With Nutrition?
By Sheela Sinharoy When people think of nutrition, they probably do not think immediately of toilets. However, there is growing
Mobile Innovations in Global Nutrition Research
By Marion Roche, PhD At the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative in late September, former President Bill Clinton remarked that a
International Congress of Nutrition Featured in Advances in Nutrition
The May and September issues of Advances in Nutrition (AN) will feature selected proceedings from the 20th International Congress of
YPIG Asks: What’s the Winning Formula to Careers?
By Debbie Fetter, Guest Blogger It was an early start to the “Successful Scientist: What’s the Winning Formula” session hosted
Is Fish Smelly?
If you have ever caught fresh fish, you know that it doesn’t have a particularly strong odor, maybe a hint
The Milk Debate
By: Jovana K. Over the past decade the use of low fat milk has become more prominent than the use