Precision medicine, precision nutrition – both terms and concepts for personalized health care are becoming popular. But do we know enough yet to apply these concepts, and related knowledge, to make personalized recommendations?
I was once again delighted to appear on the award-winning and well-known nutrition podcast, Sound Bites, hosted by fellow RDN and CDCES, Melissa Joy Dobbins. I appeared on this episode (#189) with Dr. John Sievenpiper, one of the smartest scientist/researchers today on the topic of added sugars and sugar substitutes
While there’s LOTS of talk about what are now referred to as Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) systems (rather than artificial pancreas systems), many people don’t fully understand how these devices will work and what they’ll actually accomplish.
For years I’ve heard the terms “FDA-approved,” “FDA-cleared,” and “510-k application,” associated with the review of medical devices at the U.S. FDA, but I wasn’t clear on their definitions.