Following its workshop about dietary intake, body composition, and nutritional status among older adults in spring 2022, the National Academies Food and Nutrition Board recently published proceedings intended to provide guidance to researchers and clinicians. It is known that dietary assessment in older adults is challenging due to the diversity of health states and capabilities that span this group. The workshop outlined considerations relating to different methods of assessing food and dietary supplement intake in older adults. It also covered the current status of dietary and nutrition assessment of older adults; nutritional screening of older adults; and nutritional practices, challenges, and policies that affect older adults. We encourage you to review and consider how you can use the information to inform your own practice, quality improvement, and research—as well as to build upon this evidence base.