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“The world’s diets must change dramatically,” said Harvard University’s Walter Willett, one of the leaders of the comprehensive EAT-Lancet report released this week researching healthy and sustainable diet.
What are the top fad diets we’ll see in 2019 – and are they any good for you?
With the new year comes a great opportunity to take stock and consider what’s lined up for food, nutrition and public health in 2019
Our NutriWebinars have proven highly popular, effective ways of educating and training healthcare professionals.
As Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, said more than 2,000 years ago, ‘All disease begins in the gut’. And modern science is proving it as true today as it was then.
The BDA has launched its ground-breaking One Blue Dot campaign for sustainable diets.
The facts are now mounting that our food choices not only impact our health but are also fast depleting the planet’s resources.
With increasing research showing that food affects your mood as much as it does your physical health, what can we do to help people appreciate the link? – especially in the workplace.
The most recent government guidelines on fibre intake recommend 30g per day for adults: an increase of 68% on current levels.
The government recently announced new measures to halve rates of childhood obesity by 2030 and significantly reduce the health inequalities that persist – closing the gap in obesity rates between children from the most and least deprived areas.