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FNIC’s Research Publications (Nutrition): Explore New and Emerging Research


As all nutrition professionals, educators, and researchers know, nutrition science is constantly evolving, and staying up to date on new and emerging research is important. The Food and Nutrition Information Center (FNIC) at USDA’s National Agricultural Library is making it easier to receive credible federally and privately-funded research updates from Agricultural Research Service (ARS) priority nutrition journals with a new, free Research Publications (Nutrition) feed.

Research Publication Feed Nutrition

Why is FNIC’s Research Publications (Nutrition) feed a go-to place for recent food and nutrition research?

  1. One-stop source: Find over 4,600 articles on nutrients, foods, beverages, and other nutrition topics from fifty peer-reviewed journals all on one page. Examples of specific topics include specific food or beverages, coronavirus, child growth and development, dietary fiber, and vitamin D. Journals meet ARS criteria for top-tier academic journals, meaning that they rank highly in impact and quality.
  2. Daily updates: New articles are reviewed and added each day, allowing users to receive timely research updates.
  3. Searchable results: Filter results by a nutrition category (nutrients, foods, or beverages) or journal, or search using a keyword to get customized results to help you stay abreast of trends or topics of interest.

Browse more nutrition resources on topics including life stage nutrition, food composition, food security, and tools and curricula on the Human Nutrition and Food Safety page.

Keep in touch with website and resource updates by following @Nutrition_gov on Twitter or subscribing to Food and Nutrition Updates emails.


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  • Research Publication Feed Nutrition: A collage with FNIC’s Nutrition Publications page and an image of a heart-shaped bowl filled with foods sitting next to test tubes of liquid and petri dishes.

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