- Nutrition Grad Student Brings Farm to PreschoolDespite an abundance of healthy food, many children grow up struggling with poor eating habits and food insecurity. Nutrition graduate student Diana Myers brings fun, creative ways to change these poor habits in preschoolers enrolled in the Little Ones Learning Center in Forest Park. Part of Myers’ required hours of practical community nutrition experience, her… more » The post Nutrition Grad Student Brings Farm to Preschool appeared first on Department of Nutrition.News
- Common Drug’s Impact on Amino Acid Transporter May Offer Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients New Hope ATLANTA–An amino acid transporter named xCT may affect the growth and progression of non-small cell lung cancer, a discovery that may predict the five-year survival rate of patients suffering from this cancer, now at 16 percent, researchers at Georgia State University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center have concluded. The team, led by Xiangming… more » The post Common Drug’s Impact on Amino Acid Transporter May Offer Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients New Hope appeared first on Department of Nutrition.News
- Sustainable, Practical and Realistic Approaches to Optimal AgingChristine Rosenbloom, nutrition professor emerita at Georgia State University, provides commonsense guidelines and tips for optimal health as we age in her new book “Food & Fitness After 50: Eat Well, Move Well, Be Well.” Rosenbloom, along with her co-author, Bob Murray, aims to help older adults make choices that are practical and useful to… more » The post Sustainable, Practical and Realistic Approaches to Optimal Aging appeared first on Department of Nutrition.News
- Infant Nutrition and Development of Type 1 Diabetes – Is It Possible to Prevent Diabetes by Avoiding Cow’s Milk?The long-awaited result of the TRIGR Study published this week shows that baby formula in which the cow’s milk proteins have been split does not prevent type 1 diabetes in children with genetic risk for type 1 diabetes. Previous studies have reported that early exposure to complex foreign proteins, such as cow’s milk proteins, may… more » The post Infant Nutrition and Development of Type 1 Diabetes – Is It Possible to Prevent Diabetes by Avoiding Cow’s Milk? appeared first on Department of Nutrition.News
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