Research from ASN Journals
Should Your Diet Be Tailored to Your Metabotype?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds more work is needed to prove whether this personalized nutrition strategy will work
Which to Choose: Full-fat, Low-fat, or Non-fat Dairy?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds evidence does not support dietary recommendations of low-fat and non-fat dairy foods
Can walnut consumption benefit brain health?
Oxidative stress has long been linked to age-related cognitive decline, the harbinger of dementia. Epidemiologic studies relating adherence to antioxidant-rich
A diet rich in carotenoids may help improve insulin sensitivity
Carotenoids are a group of pigments found mainly in plants, some of which can be converted into retinol, also known
Study finds food insecurity associated with increased prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Fatty liver disease, characterized by abnormal accumulation of fat in the liver, covers a broad spectrum of clinical concerns including
Could low levels of vitamin D contribute to behavioral problems in adolescence?
Most studies have focused on the potential effects of vitamin D status in pregnancy on behavior problems of the offspring.
Water consumption affects cognitive function in children
While it has long been known that dehydration affects cognition and mood in adults, few studies have examined the impact
Adherence to sustainable dietary practices may help prevent future weight gain
Improving sustainability of current food systems may prevent future health, environmental and social concerns. In addition to these positive impacts,
A Mediterranean diet rich in extra-virgin olive oil: An important defense against nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, characterized by abnormal accumulation of fat within the liver, is a leading cause of chronic liver
Japanese longevity: Does diet play a role?
Year after year, average life expectancy in Japan continues to be the highest in the world. Some speculate that the