Christine 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 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 »
In a bright community center classroom, a young woman leads several older women in preparing a healthy Thai peanut salad. While the women may have cooked family meals for years, they now explore new ways to make tasty, healthier dishes just for one or two. All members of the Toco Hills Naturally Occurring Retirement Community… more »
Nutrition undergraduate student Gregory LaFortune was diagnosed with diabetes at age 11. This diagnosis propelled him to study how nutrition affects the body, majoring in nutrition at Georgia State to help others learn about healthy eating habits.
LaFortune is Haitian and passionate about educating the Haitian community in regards to following a balanced diet. He… more »
Diana Parker, nutrition student, feeds her fellow students through the student-run Panther Pantry. And recently, her efforts as well as those of her nutrition classmates, were recognized with the a 2016 Carl V. Patton President’s Award for Community Service and Social Justice: Outstanding Student Organization.
Students in the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions are positively impacting communities near and far. Georgia State honors this impact by awarding the Department of Nutrition’s student-run Panther’s Pantry the 2016 Carl V. Patton President’s Award for Community Service and Social Justice: Outstanding Student Organization.
Students with food insecurity are welcomed… more »
The Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions held its first Graduate Research Conference April 11. More than 25 students in all four of the current graduate-level academic areas of nursing, nutrition, physical therapy and respiratory therapy presented 16 posters.
Winners of the first Lewis School Graduate Research Conference were Sheela Shah and… more »