American Society for Clinical Nutrition


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American Society for Clinical Nutrition,

n.pr a division of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences, the ASCN works to provide and implement educational and training programs for health professionals and students in the area of clinical nutrition. It provides support for current and ongoing research activities related to human nutrition. It also acts as an advocate for issues related to clinical nutrition and research, and promotes the professional use of nutrition science in disease prevention, health promotion, and patient care. The organization also publishes the
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition monthly. Also called
ASCN.
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Members of the Dietary Guidelines Alliance include: The American Dietetic Association, American Society for Clinical Nutrition, International Food Information Council, Food Marketing Institute, Grain Foods Foundation, Grocery Manufacturers of America, Inc.
The members of FANSA are the American Dietetic Association, American Society for Clinical Nutrition, American Society for Nutritional Sciences and the Institute of Food Technologists.
Moore, PhD, spokesperson for the Public Information Committee of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences (ASNS) and the American Society for Clinical Nutrition (ASCN).
This media release is provided by The American Society for Nutritional Sciences and The American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Joint Public Information Committee to provide current information on nutrition-related research.
Four national health organizations -- the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Society for Clinical Nutrition -- joined forces to produce a common set of dietary guidelines that offer protection against the major chronic diseases: cancer, atherosclerosis, obesity and diabetes.
Such phenols are the subject of a recent clinical study by the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, and were proven to inhibit platelet aggregation and lower lipid levels," he added.
over the past 20 years, partly because of the shift away from more saturated animal fats to more unsaturated vegetable oils, according to the Food and Nutrition Science Alliance (FANSA), a consortium of the American Dietetic Association, American Institute of Nutrition, American Society for Clinical Nutrition, and Institute of Food Technologists.

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