The latest nutrition research and news — from the comfort of home

Join NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE and immerse yourself in today’s hottest topics in food, nutrition and health—all from the comfort of home!

Embargoed materials featuring high-impact research will be available in early June. Our media team will be happy to connect you with sources and nutrition experts before, during and after the meeting.

Apply for a Press Pass

Qualifying journalists are invited to attend and receive:

  • Full, complimentary access to all virtual meeting sessions
  • 24-hour access to two and a half days of live and pre-recorded content (access content during the meeting or on-demand through December 31, 2022)
  • Opportunities to connect with a global community of nutrition experts
  • Early access to embargoed materials featuring high-impact research
  • Personal introductions for one-on-one interviews with featured scientists

Press pass holders receive full access to the virtual meeting and press materials. If you don’t have reporter access to EurekAlert!, we’ll send you the press materials via email.

Ready to register? Here’s how:

Step 1: Check our Media Policies to make sure you qualify for a press pass.

Step 2: Click the Apply Now button below and submit your credentials.

Step 3: Look for a confirmation email with instructions on how to plan your experience and access the meeting.

Media Policies

For the privacy and convenience of NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE attendees, the American Society for Nutrition (ASN) requires compliance with these media policies. 

Complimentary press passes to NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE are available to journalists representing media organizations as well as bloggers and freelance journalists covering nutrition-related topics. Representatives of scientific journals are eligible for a press pass if they write or edit the journal’s news section.


Applying for a press pass will require submitting one of the following:


  • Confirmation that you have reporter access to EurekAlert! Science News (register).
  • Two recent examples of bylined work or blog posts representing the type of news coverage you expect to generate by attending NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE.
  • A letter of assignment from the publication or broadcast outlet that you will represent at the meeting.


Approved applicants will receive a complimentary press pass to attend NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE. This includes full access to the virtual meeting and to embargoed materials in its virtual newsroom.


Information provided by media registrants is considered private and will not be shared outside of ASN without explicit permission from the registrant.

For the convenience of journalists following NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE, we are pleased to display press releases from corporate and institutional attendees in the meeting’s virtual newsroom. To take advantage of this opportunity, you must have a EurekAlert! PIO subscription. Simply upload your release onto EurekAlert! and tag it with NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE. Contact with any questions.

Link your social media to the meeting with the hashtag #NutritionLiveOnline.

An embargo means that information and data pertaining to research presented at NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE may not be announced, publicized or distributed by parties other than NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE organizers before the embargo date and time.

Reporters, bloggers, researchers and public information officers are required to abide by the following embargo policies:

Meeting Abstracts: Accepted abstracts are embargoed until their publication in Current Developments in Nutrition, their publication in the NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE meeting platform, or the beginning of the first session in which they are presented, whichever happens first.


Press Materials: NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE organizers may release additional information about selected abstracts to the press ahead of the meeting, such as quotes, multimedia, and additional data and background about the research. All information beyond what is published in the abstract itself is embargoed until the date listed on these press materials. Information that appears in the abstract itself falls under the “NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE Meeting Abstracts” policy above.

Promotion of general topics, speakers or presentation times is allowed and encouraged as long as specific findings and data to be presented are not included in the announcement. Use the hashtag #NutritionLiveOnline to join the online conversation.

If you have questions about the embargo policy, please contact

Materials presented at the American Society of Nutrition’s (“ASN”) annual meeting, including all slides, written and oral presentations, posters, and other materials displayed, shown, or otherwise published during the ASN annual meeting and scientific sessions are protected by copyright and may not be publicly displayed or republished without the express written consent of the copyright owner, except as expressly provided in this Policy.

  • Presenters and exhibitors at ASN sponsored meetings and events have the option to license their presentation material to attendees, and to ASN, to copy, distribute, display, build upon, and perform the work and make derivative works and remixes based on it only if they give the author or licensor (presenter) the credits (attribution) in the manner specified under a Creative Commons Attribution + Noncommercial + ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license (
  • Presenters and exhibitors will be invited to display a set of icons to indicate to the audience whether photography/recording of the poster, presentation, or exhibit booth and sharing/remixing of the material is/is not permitted. To aid in this process, ASN will provide presenters with a digital graphic to incorporate into their slides/poster or to print and display. If you are presenting, use the links below to access the appropriate icon. The image will open in a new window. Right click on the image and select “save image as” to download.
  • Camera with an X:Photography/recording/sharing/remixing/derivative works of the material are prohibited.  All rights are reserved.
  • CCBY-NC-SA icon/Camera with a Checkmark:Photography/recording of the material is permitted.  This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator, as stated in CCBY-NC-SA 4.0 International, subject to commercial patents and trademarks, when applicable. If you remix, adapt, or build upon the material, you must license the modified material under identical terms.
  • In the absence of a visible image/sign, photography, video and audio recording, and all other forms of recording of a presentation, poster, or exhibit booth are prohibited.
  • Presenters are required to obtain permissions from all co-authors before selecting to capture/share the work described in the presentation.  If all co-authors do not agree, the presentation must be marked as the Camera with an X.  By displaying the CCBY icon, you signify that permissions have been obtained from all authors.
  • Photography and recording of presentations and exhibits should not be disruptive.  Only handheld devices are allowed. Flash photography is not permitted.
  • Attendees are expected to abide by the request of the presenter or exhibitor as a matter of scientific and professional courtesy.  Noncompliance with this policy may result in action by ASN, as they deem appropriate, up to and including removal from the meeting, without refund, and/or future ASN meetings.

Get Press Materials

Press pass holders will receive embargoed press materials ahead of the meeting. If you don’t have reporter access to EurekAlert!, we’ll send you the press materials via email.

Those with reporter access to EurekAlert! can explore press materials at our Virtual Newsroom in early June. Materials will become available to the public as embargoes lift.


Are Ultra-Processed Foods Harmful? Experts Weigh the Evidence

In new papers and a live debate, leading scientists present arguments for and against incorporating the concept of ultra-processed foods into dietary guidelines

Do Our Genes Determine What We Eat?

Study could pave the way to personalized nutrition guidance based on our taste perception

New Research Suggests Center-Based Childcare May Bring Health Benefits

Young children attending center-based care were less likely to become obese or overweight

Most People Think Their Diet Is Healthier Than It Is

U.S. adults commonly overestimate the quality of their diet, study shows

Studies Point to Role of Lifestyle Factors in Alzheimer’s Risk and Disparities

Diet and other modifiable lifestyle factors linked with dementia in disadvantaged groups

New Processing Technique Could Make Potatoes Healthier

Approach is designed to slow starch digestion to avoid blood sugar spikes

Five New Studies Examine Eating Behaviors in Teens and Young Adults

Research reveals how food insecurity, alcohol consumption, food addiction and other factors influence dietary patterns and health in teens and college students

Scientists Warn of Misleading Nutrition Advice on TikTok

Study finds a high proportion of posts on #mediterraneandiet are confusing and inaccurate

Study Provides New Insights into How Acculturation Affects What Teens Eat

U.S. teens born elsewhere eat healthier than U.S.-born teens, but diet worsens over time

Are Highly Processed Foods Bad for Children?

Study finds an association between consuming more ultra-processed foods and lower levels of physical fitness in children

Five New Insights into the COVID-19 Pandemic’s Effects on Eating and Health

Studies look at how COVID-19 impacted eating behaviors and well-being across the lifespan

Researchers Identify Groups Most Vulnerable to Food Insecurity During Pandemic

Study of over 800,000 people finds Black adults and households with more children had the highest risk

Food Insecurity and Water Insecurity Go Hand in Hand, Study Finds

Study suggests water may be key to addressing hunger in low and middle-income countries

For Breast Cancer Prevention, Diet Quality Matters

Healthy, plant-based diet linked with lower cancer risk for postmenopausal women

Study Links Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption with Liver Cancer

Large study of postmenopausal women suggests avoiding sweetened beverages could help reduce likelihood of developing liver cancer

Meeting preview: Hot Topics at NUTRITION 2022 LIVE ONLINE

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Questions? Contact our media liaison:

Anne Johnson

(571) 271-1986