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Swapping Red Meat for Herring/Sardines Could Save Up to 750,000 Lives/Year in 2050

Swapping red meat for ‘forage fish’, such as herring, sardines, and anchovies, could save up …Read more

Few Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetics Succeed in Losing Weight – Weight Gain Linked to Much Higher Risk of Complications

A register-based study from Finland identified three distinct BMI trajectory groups among patients with newly …Read more

Do the food choices we make as teens come back to haunt us as adults?

A neuroscientist from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute has been awarded almost £550K to …Read more

New Brain Discovery Could Help in the Fight Against Obesity

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute have made an important discovery in how …Read more

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH: Clinical case reports on the acceptability and tolerance of a high-energy whey peptide-based paediatric oral nutritional supplement in children aged over 12 months

Orally feeding a child with chronic illness may lead to excessive amounts of time each …Read more

WEBINAR OF THE MONTH: Non-Sugar Sweeteners: Balancing the Debate

This webinar, led by registered dietitians Dr. Paul McArdle and Nichola Ludlam-Raine provides an insightful …Read more

Waist-to-Height Ratio Detects Fat Obesity in Children and Adolescents Significantly Better than BMI

The study was conducted in collaboration between the University of Bristol in the UK, the …Read more

Excess Weight in Primary School Girls Linked to GP Visits for Musculoskeletal Issues

Primary school girls between the ages of 4 and 11 with a body mass index …Read more

Fruit Juice Provides Up to a Quarter of Vitamin C Intake

Drinking 100% fruit juice has a negligible impact on daily calories but accounts for up …Read more

Apple Cider Vinegar Aids Weight Management in Obesity

Small daily quantities of apple cider vinegar for 12 weeks aid weight management in people …Read more

AI Predicts Healthiness of Food Menus and Highlights ‘Double Burden’ of Unhealthy Food Environment in Deprived Areas

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have used artificial intelligence to predict the healthiness of …Read more

Could a ‘DNA diet’ help to reduce health risks linked to high blood sugar?

The findings, published in Nature Scientific Reports, come from a small Imperial College London and …Read more

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