Why is nutrition research important? (Prevention of chronic diseases …
Why is nutrition research important?
allows for possible prevention factors, such as being able to prevent a nutritional deficiencies
RDA's: these are meant to help people understand what the proper recommendations are for all macros and micros.
eating disorders and mental health
questions are being answered
the best care is provided
client may be satisfied with new plan, based on new research being discovered
client may help others based on new plan, given by the new evidence
research can build of other research to answer a question
allows for future research
Prevention of chronic diseases
Malnutrition - underdeveloped countries
Money is being saved
Changing laws for the commuinty, to better improve their quality of life
New FDA regualtions
The community can also speak for themselves
introducing new bills to a certain US state
understand the basic function of a cell
what nutrients allow the cell to function properly
allows us to understand the various recommendations for a different age group
certain bacteria grow on certain foods
proper food handling skills and knowledge
sustainable or conventional products
Why are hamburgers cheaper than salads ?
do they work?
Keto, paleo, vegan, etc..
Help support non-profit organizations
supports thier research such as the AHA, ADA