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Future efforts to reduce the incidence of sodium overconsumption should be carried out through multiple avenues rather than focusing on the agency of consumers, the food sector, or research alone.
Some researchers think that the regular consumption of safe, live microbes confers health-promoting attributes, including the prevention of disease. To address this hypothesis, we propose a scoping review to assess the large amount of scientific literature that is now available on this topic.
Harmonizing cognitive task selection in nutrition research, with a focus on solutions toward informing dietary guidance for cognitive health, is important to address a gap identified by government advisory panels.
Essential amino acid intakes in the US population exceed recommended minimum population requirements. Future studies can use the method described in this article to quantify amino acid intake and examine potential relationships with health and disease.