American Society For Nutrition

Nutritional Approaches for Disease Risk Reduction: Interview

Nutritional Approaches for Disease Risk Reduction: Interview

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Posted on 03/18/2014 at 04:39:42 PM by Suzanne Price
ASN's Scientific Sessions & Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2014 feature in-demand scientific speakers. ASN recently spoke with one of the many exciting presenters from this year's meeting, Dr. Joanne Foody, director of the Cardiovascular Wellness Program at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Dr. Foody, who also serves as an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, will be presenting as part of the sponsored satellite program, “Deciphering the Evidence Behind Whole Food Nutrition and Disease Risk Reduction” on Friday, April 25, 8:30 am-12:30 pm, sponsored and organized by California Walnut Commission. Organized and sponsored by external groups, these live and in-person events offer free continuing education credits for Registered Dietitians. In an interview, Dr. Foody discusses her presentation, “Translation and Utilization of Science-Based Evidence by Health Professionals: Bring the Science to the Dinner Table,” as well as her thoughts on the state of nutrition research and practice. Read the full interview.
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