Simply Living Healthy Reduces Cancer Risk
Colleen Doyle, MS, RD, from the American Cancer Society shared both the myths and realities relating to cancer risk. Her
Multivitamins and Moving Toward Personalized Nutrition
Are multivitamin/mineral supplements beneficial? How do they relate to personalized nutrition? What even is a multivitamin? These questions were discussed
Overview of the Third Expert Report on Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer
The impact of dietary patterns, nutrition, and physical activity on cancer development has been the topic of study by many
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
Small, Frequent Meals
Guest Post by ASN Member Hassan S. Dashti, PhD. Small, frequent meals, also referred to as grazing, picking, nibbling, and
A follow-up to the Women’s Health Initiative Dietary Modification Trial: Are there health benefits associated with low-fat dietary patterns?
The preferred macronutrient dietary composition and its potential impact on health has been debated for decades. The importance of this
The Link between Diet, Inflammation, and Disease
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds pro-inflammatory diets are associated with the development of several diseases Studies have shown
Free Webinar December 12: Meat Cooked at High Temperature and Cancer Risk
Join a free webinar hosted by American Society for Nutrition and sponsored by National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, a contractor to
Green Tea: Who Does it Help, and How?
By: Emma Partridge, MS Candidate Green tea contains a high concentration of polyphenols, most of which are flavanols. Flavanols are
Is salted fish carcinogenic?
How certain foods, nutrients, and eating patterns influence cancer risk is of great interest. Although there is no certainty that