Call for Personalized Nutrition Resource Center Submissions
The ANA’s Personalized Nutrition Resource Center serves as an ever-growing collection of nutrition-related content for professionals and the public to more confidently navigate nutrition information. The Personalized Nutrition Resource Center is partly crowdsourced, enabling users to interface with a variety of experts representing diverse points of view and topics in nutrition.
We hope that you will consider collaborating with the ANA by contributing to our Personalized Nutrition Resource Center. We welcome submissions from students, nutrition professionals, other healthcare practitioners, and any member of the ANA ecosystem. Please review the criteria for submission and submit below.
-Nutrition-focused and relevant to nutrition science, education, or practice
-Complete and ready for peer review by the ANA
-Not published elsewhere
-Non-commercial in nature
-Evidence-based and well-referenced with citations in AMA format
-Suggested Title: 60 characters maximum
-Name and Credentials: (the way you wish them to appear)
-Length: 500-750 words, excluding charts and graphics
-Topic: Aligned with one of the identified categories
-References & Citations: the document is evidenced-based, and references are included in AMA format.
-Identify Audience: the language of the document should to be aligned with the intended audience, general public, or professional/practice oriented.
Personalized Nutrition Resource Categories Include:
-Clinical Reference Sheets
-Digestion + Microbiome
-Healthspan (including longevity)
-Immune + Autoimmune
-Lifestyle + Behavior
-Mental Health + Mood
-Nutrients + Bioactives
-Personalized Nutrition (Omics)
-Reproductive Health + Hormones
-Toxicity + Detoxification
-All submissions will be peer-reviewed. Accepted submissions may be sent back to the author for revision. If revisions are requested, the ANA will contact you via the email listed on the submission form. You will have an opportunity to revise or withdraw your submission at that time.
-Materials should be fully reproducible (i.e. we cannot reproduce images or text derived from other sources without permission).
-You will be listed as an author or contributor in partnership with the ANA and others who contribute to the final resource.
-Authors will be provided with a link to the final publication.