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Shoppers Buy Healthier Foods when Supermarket Layout Favours Fruit and Vegetables over Sweets

A study from the University of Southampton, led by Christina Vogel and Janis Baird published …Read more

Flavonoid-rich Foods could Lower Blood Pressure

Research from the Institute for Global Food Security, led by Professor Aedín Cassidy at Queen’s …Read more

Diet Heavy in Ultra-processed Food Associated with Raised Cardiovascular Disease risk

Ultra-processed food, consumed weekly, risks death or development of cardiovascular disease, according to Dr. Matina …Read more

IDDSI UK Usage Survey

The UK International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Committee Reference Group (UKIRG) is currently conducting a survey …Read more

Poor Nutrition Factor in Dementia Risk: Study

New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London …Read more

New Insights into Changes in Daily Energy Expenditure over Human Lifespan

Metabolism and total energy expenditure change throughout our lives, and now a new study documents …Read more

A big CN thank you, and best wishes, to Elise

Elise Roberts (@EvrNutrition) is stepping down as CN’s student columnist.
Elise has been the …Read more

CN welcomes Adam Longyear –
our new Student Room columnist

Complete Nutrition is thrilled to welcome Adam as its next student columnist
Adam joins us …Read more

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH: NEW webinar: Simplifying the management of high and low energy requirements in children with complex needs

Watch the new panel discussion, hosted by four experienced dietitians, who together explore how best …Read more


N+ Education Hub powered by Nestlé Health Science, designed to support your professional development. Register …Read more

FDA Allows Drugs without Proven Clinical Benefit to Remain Registered for Years through ‘Accelerated Pathway’ Approval

Since the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced its ‘accelerated approval pathway’ for drugs, …Read more

Women Participate less than Men even at Gender-Balanced Conferences

Women are less likely to participate at medical and scientific conferences than men, even within …Read more

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