In this video, Phil Lempert discusses the potential benefits to the food world from the American Rescue Plan, including a SNAP expansion and debt relief for Black farmers.
Risk of homelessness, unemployment and poverty are higher in the transgender population as well, which puts them at risk for food insecurity.
Luanne DeChristopher, MSc, on High Fructose Corn Syrup and Coronary Heart Disease in Black Americans
In this podcast, Luanne DeChristopher, MSc, discusses the association between high fructose corn syrup, excess-free-fructose, and the coronary heart disease mortality disparity between Black and White individuals.
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses a recent analysis of data from a nationally representative consumer survey on how the American grocery basket has evolved over the past year.
Phil Lempert discusses a new CME- and CE-accredited course from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine titled "Nutrition for Prevention and Longevity."
Phil Lempert discusses a Washington Post op-ed by Dorry Segev and Marty Makary, both physicians and professors at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, in which they discuss the benefits of allowing immunized individuals to frequent public places and businesses.
With the recent release of the 2020 US Dietary Guidelines, this year’s theme of National Nutrition Month all about “personalizing your plate.”
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses the relationship between COVID-19 and parosmia, and the effects that this condition could have on the nutrition on individuals recovering from the infection.
In this slideshow, click through the case reports to brush up on cases involving malnourishment, including vitamin D deficiency and rickets.
Phil Lempert discusses how supermarkets may respond to more contagious variants of SARS-COV-2 entering the United States in order to limit customers' shopping and interaction time.