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North American Branch of the International Life Sciences Institute

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​​​​​The North American branch of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI North America) is a public, non-profit scientific foundation that advances the understanding and application of science related to the nutritional quality and safety of the food supply.

2014 Annual Report
​​ About Us
The organization carries out its mission by sponsoring research programs, professional and educational programs and workshops, seminars, and publications. ILSI North America provides a neutral forum for government, academic, and industry scientists to discuss and resolve scientific issues of common concern for the well-being of the general public. ILSI North America's programs are supported primarily by its industry membership.
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Request for Proposals - Low Aw Activity Foods

The ILSI North America Technical Committee on Food Microbiology has released an RFP requesting pre-proposals for Research on Pathogens in Low Water Activity

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Metal Dietary Exposure Screening Tool

The ILSI North America Food and Chemical Safety Committee sponsored the development of the Metal Dietary Exposure Screening Tool. Access the tool at

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Assessing dietary exposure to caffeine from beverages in the U.S. population using brand-specific versus cateogry-specific caffeine values
Journal Article
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Socio-demographic correlates and trends in low-calorie sweetener use among adults in the United States from 199 to 2008
Journal Article
LCS use was more common among populations with a lower burden of obesity and related chronic disease, specifically, non-Hispanic whites and those with more education/higher incomes. Read More

Recommendations on reporting requirements for flavonoids in research
Journal Article
A need exists for guidelines that facilitate the design and reporting of flavonoid research. Adoption of this guidance will facilitate more accurate and interpretable research that will support the development of dietary recommendations regarding the intake of flavonoids. Read More

Higher dietary anthocyanin and flavonol intakes are associated with anti-inflammatory effects in a population of US adults
Journal Article
Although growing evidence from trials and population-based studies has supported a protective role for flavonoids in relation to risk of certain chronic diseases, the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Read More

Beyond the sticker price: including and excluding time in comparing food prices
Journal Article
Whether or not the value of time is included in measuring the price of a food may have important implications for classifying foods based on their relative cost. Read More


 New Way to Evaluate Chemical Safety, From @Risk_Bites


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2015 Science Trend Report: Inisghts and Implications for the Future
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EuroTox 2015 - Chemical Mixtrues: Application of a Tiered Approach
Porto, Portugal 9/15/2015 - 9/15/2015
This poster session will present work on the safety of chemical mixtures
Health Risk Assessment of Oral Exposure to Arsenic - EMGS 2015
New Orleans, LA 9/26/2015 - 9/30/2015
The ILSI North America Food & Chemical Safety Committee is sponsoring this session at the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (EMGS) Annual Meeting.
Latin American Congress of Nutrition (SLAN)
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic 11/9/2015 - 11/9/2015
​​Physical Activity and Energy Balance: Public Health Priorities for the Americas