The link between inadequate sleep & inadequate nutrient intake

Dr. Susan Mitmesser, VP of Science and Technology at Pharmavite, LLC, maker of Nature Made vitamins and supplements discusses a study published in MDPI that showed a significant association between the prevalence of getting less than seven hours of sleep and the inadequate intake of several micronutrients, including calcium, magnesium and vitamin A, C, D, and E.

Susan Hazels Mitmesser, Ph.D., VP, Science and Technology  Pharmavite, LLC. Dr. Mitmesser provides scientific leadership at Pharmavite to advance innovation and new product development strategies, and ensure the scientific integrity of all products made under its brand portfolio.  She has a passion for nutrition and wellness and leverages her ability to communicate scientific findings to consumers and the marketplace. She brings extensive experience in research and nutritional biochemistry across various industries and sectors, including food, dietary supplements, academia, and clinical settings. She serves on the Editorial Board of four peer-reviewed journals: Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, Journal of Pediatric Intensive Care, World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, and Journal of the International Society of sports nutrition. In addition, she has published in many peer-reviewed journals and is a contributing author for book chapters relating to nutrition in adult and pediatric populations.Dr. Mitmesser is an active member of the American Society of Nutrition, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the New York Academy of Sciences. She also serves on the Senior Scientific Advisory Council for the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Currently, Dr. Mitmesser is an adjunct professor in the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of NutritionScience and Policy at Tufts University. She holds a Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of Nebraska and a Master’s degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

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