- AARP: Allison Miner (College of Public Health) is quoted in an article about how to gain weight safely.December 6, 2023
10 Healthy Ways to Put On Weight
- October 26, 2023
Experts explain what reverse dieting is
- October 26, 2023
As an international scholar, Maryam Farvid has extensive experience engaging in academia cross-nationally, including in Iran, Australia, and the United States. This experience has empowered her to cultivate a vast network of diverse collaborations across the globe and to conduct chronic disease research across different social and cultural landscapes.
- September 28, 2023
Meet Allison Miner. Miner is thrilled to join the Nutrition and Food Studies department as an instructional assistant professor. She started as a fashion design major in college, but after taking a nutrition course for her science requirement, she was hooked.
- September 5, 2023
Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies Lawrence Cheskin is quoted about the benefits of a high fiber diet.
- August 17, 2023
Mark Rudich describes himself as a nontraditional student, but maybe that’s because he’s more used to teaching classes than taking them. After several years teaching exercise science to college students in Texas, he’s now part of the first cohort of students in the College of Public Health’s Master in Nutrition Program dietetics concentration, now beginning its second year.
- May 23, 2023
Are you a stress eater? Here’s how to retrain your brain.
- April 6, 2023
Experts Who Reviewed Forbes Health Best Diets
- March 17, 2023
A new study by Allison McKay, RDN, department manager for the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, found elevated insulin, hemoglobin A1C, triglycerides, and other abnormal cardiometabolic biomarkers among very young Latino youth.
- March 15, 2023
George Mason University’s Master of Science in Nutrition program prepares students who seek to make a difference in the health of their community to become multifaceted wellness experts. We are the only MS in Nutrition with a main campus in Northern Virginia, and our close proximity to Washington, D.C. allows for ample experiential learning opportunities.