Micronutrient Information Center

The Micronutrient Information Center of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University serves as an invaluable resource for clinical nutritionists, providing evidence-based information on essential micronutrients and their impact on health. Established with a commitment to advancing knowledge in nutrition science, the center provides comprehensive, reliable data on vitamins, minerals, and other micronutrients. Clinical nutritionists can leverage this resource to access in-depth information on the functions, sources, recommended intake levels, and potential health implications of various micronutrients. With a team of experts dedicated to ensuring accuracy and relevance, the Micronutrient Information Center serves as a trusted hub for up-to-date and well-researched content. Clinical nutritionists can rely on this resource to enhance their understanding of micronutrients’ roles in human health, enabling them to make informed decisions when crafting personalized nutrition plans for their clients. Whether seeking information on specific vitamins, minerals, or other micronutrients, the Linus Pauling Institute’s Micronutrient Information Center stands as a valuable tool for clinical nutritionists aiming to provide evidence-based and effective dietary guidance.

Cost: Free