Monthly Newsletters

Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, May 2021

Nutrition Care in Cancer Treatment In 2019, the World Health Organization estimated the worldwide incidence of cancer and found it to be the first or second leading cause of death before age 70 in more than 60% of the 183 countries examined. Around the world, the burden of cancer incidence is...

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Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, April 2021

The Role of Sweeteners in Weight Management With a variety of sweeteners being widely present in foods, the role of non-nutritive sweeteners in weight management has been a controversial topic and point of research in recent years. It’s no secret that sweeteners typically contain calories and...

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Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, March 2021

Modernization of Research: Precision Nutrition What is the best way to eat to stay healthy? This is a difficult question to answer. Studies show that individuals have profound differences in response to eating patterns and risk for disease. ¹ The 2020-2030 Strategic Plan for NIH Nutrition...

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Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, February 2021

Introducing The Orgain Nutrition Advisory Board We are pleased to share with you the launch of the Orgain Nutrition Advisory Board — an exclusive and diverse group of respected, knowledgeable nutrition professionals and thought leaders. We’re excited to partner with them and leverage their...

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Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, January 2021

Powering Up with Protein Powder With many types of protein powders available, including whey, pea, brown rice and collagen, it’s important to understand the science-backed benefits of each in order to ensure one is adequately meeting their nutritional needs and able to make a well-informed...

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Healthcare Professionals Newsletter, December 2020

The Impact of Diet on the Gut Microbiome The gut microbiome is made up of trillions of different microorganisms including bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses. Both symbiotic and pathogenic microbiota coexist in healthy individuals; however an upset in this balance due to infection, prolonged...

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