Abbott Nutrition Health Institute (ANHI) has created some easy-to-use tools to support your continuing education and understanding of new scientific breakthroughs and current topics.



Malnutrition is a lack of proper nutrition, a condition in which the body doesn’t receive the right nutrients in the right amounts. It exists across health care settings, in every community, and in both emerging and developed nations.

This infographic will demonstrate:

  • The burden of malnutrition across the globe
  • Simple interventions to improve nutrition care
  • The benefits of addressing malnutrition

Earn a Certificate of Training in Adult Malnutrition

Simply complete 7 courses and the online post-test to receive your certificate. Keep in mind you’ll need to fulfill at least 1 of your 7 credits by attending a group program or webinar.

human milk oligosaccharides(hmo)


Over the last 16 years, more than 25 studies have provided preclinical and clinical evidence supporting the role of HMOs in the immune system. Discover more about how they work and the immune benefits they provide.

Download our infographic to learn more about what HMOs do and their immune-nourishing benefits for infants.

Listen to Podcast

Drs Rachel Buck, Ardyth Morrow, and JoMay Chow describe microbiome colonization and review clinical evidence of the role HMOs play in establishing a healthy gut.

Emerging CE

Emerging and Converging Fields of Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs) and the Gut Microbiome

Continued Education Units: 1.5 Nurse Contact Hours, 1.5 Dietitian CPEU

Listen to Podcast

Listen to a short podcast by Dr Hackam and Dr Buck discussing how HMOs function in the body and the role they play in the infant’s developing immune system.

HMO Hackma

Human Milk Oligosaccharides: Nourishing the Infant’s Developing Immune System

Continued Education Units: 1.0 Nurse Contact Hours, 1.0 Dietitian CPEU
New CE

Maximizing Infant Nutrition Through Human Milk Oligosaccharides

Continued Education Units: 1.0 Nurse Contact Hours/1.0 Dietitian CPEU

decoding the new fda nutrition facts label


The biggest change in the food labeling system in more than 20 years is here. We will guide you through the changes made by the FDA such as types of nutrients required, amounts listed, and the scientific research behind the new requirements.

Note: In May 2016, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalized the Nutrition Facts Label rules for large food manufacturers, and set the compliance date for July 26, 2018. On September 29, 2017, the FDA proposed extending the compliance date to January 1, 2020 to address concerns regarding the time needed for implementation of the final rules. Learn more

Download the infographic detailing the new FDA guidelines for nutrition facts labels.

Listen to Podcast

Listen to a short podcast providing an overview of the new FDA Nutrition Facts Label.

Certificate of Training: Nutrition Fact Label

Continuing Education Units: 4.0 Nurse Contact Hours, 4.0 Dietitian CPEU