ASN TV | Nutrition 2019 Daily | Research | In the News | Social | Abstracts
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Watch 3 episodes of ASN TV to hear from Nutrition 2019 attendees about their experience and hear from ASN leadership about society initiatives.
Eating Enough Fruits and Vegetables Can Prevent Millions of Deaths Each Year
Not Eating Enough Fruits and Veggies Could Kill Millions Every Year
One Simple Food Substitution Might Help Save the Planet
Study Refutes Notion That People on Warfarin Shouldn’t Eat Leafy Greens
How Could New Nutrition Policies Decrease Cancer Risks?
Could a Plant-based Diet Reduce Diabetes Risk?
Small changes in your diet can reduce environmental impacts of food production
What are people drinking across the globe?
Not Eating Enough Fruits and Vegetables Contributes to Cardiovascular Death
B vitamins may lower type 2 diabetes risk, intake order may impact onset
Eating junk food hurts kids’ test scores, drinking more water helps their memory
With One Food Swap, Your Daily Dietary Carbon Footprint Shrinks 48 Percent
Kids’ Food for Thought
Choosing chicken over beef cuts our carbon footprints a surprising amount
THE WORLD’S FAVORITE DRINKS REVEALED BY ‘MOST COMPREHENSIVE’ GLOBAL STUDY EVER
New research links millions of cardiovascular deaths worldwide to insufficient fruit and vegetable consumption
Poor Sleep Tied to Poor Nutrition
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The American Society for Nutrition welcomed the submission of original research in the form of abstracts for presentation at Nutrition 2019. Almost 2,000 abstracts were presented in Baltimore at Nutrition 2019. Click here to learn more about the abstract submission process, categories, and presentations.
Abstracts were published in a supplement to the June 2019 edition of Current Developments in Nutrition. Click here to view the abstracts (all open access).
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