Nutrition Evidence Library (NEL):
 Answering food and nutrition questions with systematic reviews

Nutrition Evidence Library (NEL): Answering food and nutrition questions with systematic reviews

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NEW!  Birth to 24 Months Project Topic Briefs

NEW! Birth to 24 Months Project Topic Briefs

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NEW! Nutrition Education Systematic Reviews

NEW! Nutrition Education Systematic Reviews

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NEW! Dietary Patterns Systematic Reviews Report

NEW! Dietary Patterns Systematic Reviews Report

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A state-of-the-art method for evaluating scientific evidence to answer a precise question or series of questions; conducted by a multidisciplinary team of scientific experts based on a predefined approach and criteria. Meticulous methods and electronic tools are used to describe and document each step to ensure, objectivity, transparency, and reproducibility of the process.

  • Formulate questions
  • Search, screen, select studies
  • Data extraction & quality assessment of studies
  • Synthesize the evidence
  • Develop conclusion statements & grade studies
  • Develope research recommendations

Welcome to NEL

USDA’s Nutrition Evidence Library (NEL) specializes in conducting systematic reviews to inform Federal nutrition policy and programs. NEL staff collaborate with stakeholders and leading scientists using state-of-the-art methodology to objectively review, evaluate, and synthesize research to answer important diet-related questions.

2010 Dietary Guidelines Report

Click here to see the 2010 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s NEL evidence-based systematic reivew.

What's New

Dietary Patterns and Health Outcomes Systematic Review Report

Birth to 24 Project Topic Briefs

 
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