Breakfast Consumption and Weight Loss
By Caitlin Dow, PhD Breakfast is often considered the “most important meal of the day,” and if you are looking
Rethinking the problem of long-term weight management
By Banaz Al-khalidi Losing weight is hard enough. Keeping it off is even harder. Despite decades of scientific advancement in
Nutritional Approaches for Osteosarcopenic Obesity: Interrelationships between Bone, Muscle and Fat
By Teresa Johnson, MSPH, RD A symposium chaired by Bahram Arjmandi, PhD, RD, and Carmen Castaneda-Sceppa, MD, PhD, provided insights
Are We Doing Nutrition Messaging Right?
The other day I was sitting in class and the professor showed us a music video that compared sugar to
The Risks and Benefits of Weight Loss in Overweight Seniors: ACCN Day Three
By Sheela Sinharoy, Student Blogger Is weight loss always recommended for obese persons, or are there some individuals for whom
The Sugar Debate: ACCN Day Two
By Sheela Sinharoy, Student Blogger Do you consider sugar to be controversial? From reading the mainstream media, where it is
A Closer Look: State-Specific Prevalence of Childhood Obesity Defies National Trends
By Jonelle Agurs, ASN Intern According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), national reports indicate a steady
Food Addiction: What Does Science Know?
By Kevin Klatt @nutrevolve The concept of food addiction is of particular relevance to field of nutritional sciences. The conversation
Full-Service Restaurant Dining May Be Calorically Expensive
By Sabrina Sales Martinez, MS, RDN In the United States, more than 35% of the adult population and 17% of
Is Obesity Linked to Sleep Deprivation?
By Jessica Currier Many observational and epidemiological studies have shown a connection between obesity and sleep deprivation in Americans. Alarmingly,