Community and Public Health Nutrition
Is January 1 the best date to kick-start a weight loss diet?
By: Hassan S Dashti, PhD The most popular New Years resolution by far is weight loss. People kick-start their new
Are consumers benefitting more than they know from recent food and behavior trends?
By: Emma Partridge American consumers are undoubtedly moving toward natural foods. An analysis by Datassential of consumer foodservice issue concerns
Living the Mediterranean Lifestyle
The Mediterranean Diet is based on the eating patterns in the Mediterranean region and focuses on fruits, vegetables, fish, whole
Path to Policy: Interview with Angela Tagtow, Executive Director of the Center for Nutrition Policy
By: R. Alex Coots The field of nutrition is diverse. Some nutrition researchers pursue their work to better understand human
High Sodium Warning Labels…New York’s Latest Public Health Policy
By: Mary Scourboutakos In just a few weeks, New York will be the first city to introduce high sodium warning
The French Approach to Nutrition
By Emily Roberts The United States is able to utilize government assistance to support various programs to help improve the
Why Economists are making the Case for Stunting Reduction
By Marion Roche, PhD Approximately 162 million children are stunted.In the global nutrition community the human costs of stunting are
What do we know about the timing of intake?
By Hassan S Dashti, PhD When we describe our habitual diets, we often find ourselves talking about its nutritional composition
Uganda and Food Security: Thoughts from a Personal Experience
By Amber Furrer, MS The term “food security” at a basic level was defined by the World Food Summit of
Crisis in Nepal: What about nutrition?
By Sheela Sinharoy As the tragedy of the earthquake in Nepal continues to unfold, we see images of disaster response