You can read the summary and the most recent 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines before diving into the articles and commentary about them below.
- Some researchers question the legitimacy of the Dietary Guidelines. Eleviser Health makes this article available for free so long as you create a free password and log in.
- This toolkit will assist health professionals spread the word about the new dietary guidelines.
- Staff from Center on Nutrition Policy and Promotion worked on the teams to create the newest Dietary Guidelines. Hear from their Executive Director.
- Curious about what the Dietary Guidelines have to offer? Dietitian Central is hosting a webinar for everyone on the key recommendations of the new Dietary Guidelines. It costs $18. Though the live webinar happened today, you can watch the recording for an entire year.
- The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics posted this cartoon video to describe the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines.
- Check out this list of Dietary Guidelines from around the world. The Netherlands just printed theirs! All the guidelines can be translated to English.
- This brief is an amazing primer to the newest Dietary Guidelines. See all that it entails.
- MyPlate – My Wins is a resource that shares the new messaging behind the new Dietary Guidelines. View their handout as an example. Additionally, people are sharing how they follow these recommendations to keep themselves and their families healthy.
- This article from the Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics requests that professionals join together to communicate the new dietary guidelines.
- Dr. David Katz, a preventative medicine doctor, shares his view on the new Dietary Guidelines in this video. Review all his videos by clicking the “Play All” button on the side of his website.
- Every five years, the Dietary Guidelines are updated with what's new in food & nutrition . The most recent version was released this January. This infographic shares highlights - a combination of the new and old recommendations!
- A local dietitian shares her views on the new dietary guidelines.
- MyPlate's Communicator’s Guide is a resource to help you translate the 2015 Dietary Guidelines into practice for the people you serve. '
- See why the Dietary Guidelines will always be slightly controversial.
- One dietitian provides quick tips for using the new dietary guidelines with clients!
- Marion Nestle digs into how the Guidelines phrase key recommendations.
- 2015 Dietary Guideline educational resources are available at a cost.
- The basics of the new Dietary Guidelines
- MyPlate's Communicator’s Guide to the Dietary Guidelines is a resource to help you translate the wordy, researched-based guidelines into useful nutrition education materials and messages for the people you serve.
- Before the release of the Dietary Guidelines, Congress allocated $1 million to review the method in which they were created. Included in the agriculture section of the spending package is a description of the congressional intent on the release of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines (Language can be found on page 92 of the spending package). In short, congress objected to any sustainability recommendations within the published dietary guidelines (These recommendations are found in chapter 5 of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report). Here is a reaction to the congressional concern.
- One researcher who served on the 2015 Dietary Guideline Advisory Committee shares his views on the newly developed Dietary Guidelines.
- Food and nutrition experts comment on the 2015 Dietary Guidelines.
- This news article contains a video clip that highlights novel aspects of the 2015 Guidelines. It also describes the three diet plans included within its appendix.
- This radio podcast shares a bit more about the Dietary Guidelines as a small part of a larger Public Health Picture.
- Hot off the press! The 2015 Dietary Guidelines are out.
- Here are the top ten things you need to know about Guidelines. Whole foods, variety of protein, no more than 10% added sugars make list.
- Here are some frequently-asked-questions about the 2015 Dietary Guidelines.
- Check one of the first news reports about the Dietary Guidelines with more to come….
- As the details from the Dietary Guidelines release, follow the commentary about them on Twitter. Look for the #DGA2015 hashtag or the #dietaryguidelines hashtag recommended by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
- The new 2015 Dietary Guidelines are coming out tomorrow!
- This health professional's commentary shares his frustration about the restrictions put on the Dietary Guideline.
- Learn more about the political process and timeline before the Dietary Guidelines could be released.
- Which diet is healthiest? There is more than just one.