Nutrition Guidelines List
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly American Dietetic Association) Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly American Dietetics Association) does not accept any external funding for evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines. Learn more.
The public has access to the executive summary of recommendations for all evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines. Full access to all of the content of all the guidelines is provided to Academy members and subscribers to the EAL. Learn more about subscriptions.
- What is an evidence-based nutrition practice guideline?
- What is a guideline practice toolkit?
- How can I print information from evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines?
Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines are a series of guiding statements and treatment algorithms which are developed using a systematic process for identifying, analyzing and synthesizing scientific evidence. They are designed to assist practitioner and patient decisions about appropriate nutrition care for specific disease states or conditions in typical settings.
Key elements include scope, interventions and practices considered, major recommendations and corresponding rating of evidence strength, and areas of agreement and disagreement.
You have the option of printing individual pages or pre-formatted sections of the guideline. For additional information, select the "Print Reports" tab at the top of the page.
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