Prenatal Nutrition Q&A with Registered Dietitian Tori Schmitt
If you are providing healthcare for a woman who is pregnant, you may get questions about food and nutrition. Pregnancy is an important time for both mom (and baby!) to get good nutrition, but circumstances like food aversions, food cravings, and traveling while pregnant might make getting good nutrition a bit more challenging. The NUTRI-FACTS team sat down with Tori Schmitt, registered dietitian and new mom, to answer popular prenatal nutrition questions.
Ways Personalized Nutrition is Changing Health Care
Nutrition is getting personal! As we uncover new technologies and learn more about our genes, we can work out what is healthiest to put on our plate.
Fortifying for Future Generations: Spotlight on School Nutrition Programs
School feeding programs have broader and longer-lasting effects than just giving children a meal. Carefully designed programs can address widespread nutrient deficiencies, support educational outcomes, and encourage school attendance for both boys and girls.
Tipping the Scale: Engaging the Food and Beverage Sector for Societal Health
Food systems are major determinants of food quality and choices and, as a result, nutritional status and health. The private sector is the engine that drives food systems, with the food and beverage industry having a disproportional impact on nutrition and health outcomes as the “nutrition transition” in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) has shown, with increased consumption of sugar, fats, refined grains, and highly processed food.
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