Objective: Assess proficiency in synthesizing peer-reviewed literature pertainin

Objective: Assess proficiency in synthesizing peer-reviewed literature pertaining to experimental and functional food research for the purpose of critically addressing nutrition questions
Follow the instructions below write your Research Report. Review the reading materials found in Module 2. See the Course Schedule for the due date.
Research the topic you selected.
Read a review article on the topic. This will assist in familiarizing yourself with the topic.
Locate and read 2 primary research studies published in a peer-reviewed journal within the last three years (Articles between January 2018 – 2021 will be accepted.)
Articles may cover the following:
Experimental food chemistry
Nutrition intervention research
Note: Articles highlighting in vitro research will not be graded.
Write a Research Report for all study elements in the Article Deconstruction Workshee Article Deconstruction Workshee – Alternative Formats t for each article, instead of re-summarizing the abstracts. Provide specific details and support each assertion with evidence. Your Research Report should be in 2 sections. Do not combine the articles into one deconstruction:
Highlighting Primary Research Article 1
Highlighting Primary Research Article 2
Note: The section headings for the two sections are the only two sections of the Research Report. The Research Report should not have an introduction or conclusion. You should not be summarizing the authors introductions either – jump right into the studies by starting with the study objective and go from there. Review the grading rubric here grading rubric here – Alternative Formats .
Create a Microsoft Word document using the following formatting guidelines:
Cover sheet with the topic of the Research Report, your name, and the course name (NHM 454)
3 full pages minimum, 4 pages maximum, not including references or cover sheet. I will not grade any work that exceeds the fourth page.
Apply AMA style including in text citations, references, and page numbers.
Double-space, 12-point, Arial font with 1 inch margins