Research from ASN Journals
Current Developments in Nutrition’s 2019 Research Interest Section (RIS) Competition for Special Collections
Jack Odle, PhD, Editor of Current Developments in Nutrition (CDN), along with his Deputy Editors, are pleased to announce the
Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load: What does the research tell us about disease risk?
The glycemic index and glycemic load are numbers assigned to foods to indicate the expected response of blood glucose when
Neural activation patterns in response to food-related cues
Limiting intake of high-fat and high-fat/high-sugar foods avoids the blunting of taste and reward responsivity to food, thus reducing risk
Internet Use and Obesity
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds frequent internet use associated with increased odds of being overweight or obese. The
Should You Eat More Dried Fruit?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition presents evidence that dried fruit consumption may be more effective than fresh fruit in
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
Food insecurity and childhood obesity: Is there a connection?
A well-nourished population requires that all members of society have access to sufficient amounts of nutritious food. Unfortunately, food insecurity
Is salted fish carcinogenic?
How certain foods, nutrients, and eating patterns influence cancer risk is of great interest. Although there is no certainty that
Trending Articles from ASN Journals – Week of August 5, 2019
The following articles from ASN Journals have been receiving attention in the news and social media: The impact of keto-adaptation
Do Almonds Lower Your Risk for Cardiovascular Disease?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds evidence to support almonds’ heart-healthy claims, but most people don’t eat enough of