Nutritionists are well aware that diet influences health and well-being. So, it should come as no surprise that research on how well the brain functions with age, also points to the importance of a healthy diet.
For Pride Month, Nutrition411 spoke with Whitney Linsenmeyer, PhD, RD, LD, spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about important aspects of providing nutrition care to transgender patients.
The National Institutes of Health has released its strategic plan for the acceleration of nutrition research for 2020-2030.
In a recent study, researchers compared the short-term effects of a typical American diet, a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, and the DASH diet on biomarkers for cardiovascular disease.
In a recent study, researchers examined the effects of various dosages of green tea on body weight, BMI, and waist circumference in patients with obesity.
Inflammatory status is associated with response to nutritional support in patients with disease-related malnutrition, according to the results of a recent study.
Previous research has suggested alterations in infant gut microbiota, caused by early introduction to solid foods, could be associated with increased risk of childhood obesity and oxidative stress.
Alyce Thomas, RDN, co-author of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2016 nutrition guideline for women with gestational diabetes mellitus, discusses important considerations for medical nutrition therapy in this patient population.
In recognition of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Whitney Linsenmeyer, PhD, RD, LD, shares the 5 most important things she has learned as a dietitian working with patients with eating disorders, and what RDNs should know about this patient population.
New recommendations for red and processed meat consumption have caused a stir among dietitians and the general public. Whitney Linsenmeyer, PhD, RD, LD, shares how you can help your clients and patients navigate these contradictory dietary recommendations.