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NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE is your source for the latest nutrition research and news! Join us June 14-16, 2022, for a dynamic virtual program exploring today’s hot topics in nutrition science.


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These highlights from 2021 offer a taste of what you’ll find at the American Society for Nutrition’s flagship meeting:

New Research Shows Trend Toward Unhealthy Eating During Pandemic
Study participants consumed more vegetables and whole grains before COVID-19 began

Study Compares Heart Benefits of Low-Fat and Plant-Centered Diets
New findings suggest that a plant-centered diet could help lower heart disease risk

When the Economy Goes Down, So Does the Quality of Our Diets
Study examining dietary trends during the Great Recession offers lessons for the COVID-19 era

Diets that Promote Inflammation Could Increase Breast Cancer Risk
Analysis of dietary patterns for over 350,000 women suggests eating more anti-inflammatory foods helps lower risk

How a Global Pandemic Changed the Way We Eat and Shop
Studies reveal how COVID-19 influenced food choices, attitudes and prices

Smartphone Use Associated with Unhealthy Eating and Overweight in Teens
More time online linked with less healthy behaviors in large study conducted in South Korea

How Kids Eat: Five New Insights on Daily Habits and Childhood Obesity
Studies reveal how family, social media and COVID-19 influence children’s diets and health

New Research Examines the Science Behind Superfoods
Findings suggest that consuming mangos, honey and spices could bring important health benefits

Trying Not to Overeat? How You Eat Matters

Study finds people who eat more tend to take larger bites or eat faster

Cutting Food Waste Alone Won’t Solve World’s Nutritional Needs
To feed the growing population, researchers urge attention to essential vitamins and minerals

Most Americans Are Not Getting Enough Fiber in Our DietsJust 7% of adults meet fiber recommendations, raising risk of chronic diseases

The Latest Science on Staying Healthy During Pregnancy
New research examines prenatal supplements, how eating patterns affect sleep, physical activity while pregnant and more

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