be different from the abstract provided by the authors,
contain correct citations,
correctly describe the research done,
be written as continuous text, not interrupted by subheadlines,
contain a (brief!) introduction that integrates the article into course content,
Then first write an introduction to the article, including for example (as needed):
What are the known functions of the nutrient in question?
What are good food sources for this nutrient? What fraction of daily requirement (use Daily Values) would one serving of
these foods provide, approximately?
What is known about the specific function researched in the article?
Why did the researchers raise their specific question? (What question did they raise, what was their hypothesis?)