We are passionate about all things nutrition and health from farm to fork. In our blog below you’ll find some thoughts, news and reports from our team and specialist network. Each focuses on a hot topic in the food nutrition and health environment. Enjoy and please do share the love, comment or give us the thumbs up if you found useful.
By Amy Culliford It’s been over a decade since the Food and Agriculture Organisation defined the term “sustainable diets”. Since then, many scientific publications and reports by international organisations have stressed the significant environmental and...
This month, we are pleased to see the publication of a paper that Nutrilicious were commissioned to create. While our nutrition and science team at Nutrilicious strongly believes that we must now update the Eatwell Guide we also believe that more focus must be given...
Are you working on a nutrition and health strategy for change: internally or externally? You’ll get best results with insights from influencers.
What’s going to have the most impact on reducing sugar consumption in the UK? Is responsibility ultimately the individual or industry?
The Game Changers is causing a stir. The documentary by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Louie Psihoyos and James Cameron investigates plant-based eating, and features the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Lewis Hamilton and Novak Djokovic. If you haven’t...
The new Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© aims to help combat the critical problem of coronary heart disease.
When it comes to food choices, what should we be advising those suffering from type 2 diabetes to help them manage weight and glucose?
At long last, the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) report on saturated fats and health was published this month. Will it finally put an end to the irresponsible advice that abounds suggesting saturated fat isn’t so bad for you?
‘The levy is working.’ That’s the conclusion from a recent survey of drinks sales, a year on since the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL) – or sugar tax – was introduced.
Is lack of iodine an issue affecting our health in the UK? Could an increased consumption of plant-based drinks put people at risk of iodine deficiency?