Nutrition News

Researchers study benefits of blueberriesJul 2, 2013
Researchers in the USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine conducted a study to find out what happens to blueberries, nutritionally, after they're cooked in a variety of different ways.
Study shows long-term weight maintenance in school-based interventionsJun 24, 2013
Researchers at the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital found that a six-month weight management program for adolescents resulted in weight loss and long-term weight maintenance.
Campers wanted for seventh annual Kamp K’aana programMay 17, 2013
Children ages 10 to 14 can sign up for Kamp K'aana, a fun weight management program this summer, created by Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital.
Female mice overfed as infants become couch potatoes for lifeApr 2, 2013
Study found overnutrition in infancy caused persistent changes that last into adulthood.
Correcting glutathione deficiency improves impaired mitochondrial fat burning, insulin resistance in agingApr 2, 2013
Research could open possibilities to improve metabolic health in older people.
African-American girls needed for study on healthy eating, physical activityApr 1, 2013
Study recruiting African American girls, 8-10 years old with access to a computer, high speed Internet and a parent willing to participate.
Nutrition month is about personal choices Mar 22, 2013
Losing weight is all about calories, portion control and physical activity, but it all comes down to your tastes and what makes you happy.
CpG methylation in embryonic stems cells turns genes onMar 21, 2013
Finding sheds light on the complex roles of DNA methylation during mammalian development.
Research confirms benefits of family mealsMar 6, 2013
Our expert says research shows sitting down together as a family to eat is an important factor in making healthy food choices.
Calorie needs of athletes vary with intensity of trainingMar 6, 2013
BCM expert reminds athletes not to skip fruits and vegetables in diet.