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How should Pollen Food Syndrome be diagnosed and managed?

People with Pollen Food Syndrome (PFS) – also known as oral allergy syndrome or pollen …Read more

Stricter Blood Sugar Control in Gestational Diabetes Leads to Better Outcomes for Babies

Tighter control, however, may increase the risk of certain major complications for mothers.
Lowering the …Read more

Two New Studies Link Ultra-processed Foods with Heart Disease, Bowel Cancer and Death

Two large studies published by The BMJ find links between high consumption of ultra-processed foods …Read more

Vegetarian Women are at a Higher Risk of Hip Fracture

A study of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women reveals those with a vegetarian diet had …Read more

Are UK children with allergies receiving consistent and adequate care?

New research in Clinical & Experimental Allergy indicates that over the past 15 years, the …Read more

Dietary Salt Substitutes Lower Risk of Heart Attack/Stroke and Death

Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes …Read more

Vitamin D supplementation seems to alleviate depressive symptoms in adults

An extensive meta-analysis suggests that vitamin D supplementation may alleviate depressive symptoms in adults with …Read more

Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay?

Study found frequent fruit eaters had greater positive mental wellbeing
The study surveyed 428 …Read more

Unhealthy Food and Beverage Brands Encouraging TikTok Users to Market their Products for Them

Given TikTok’s popularity with children, policies are needed to protect them, say researchers.
Unhealthy food …Read more

Proportion of Healthy-weight Young People Trying to Shed the Pounds in England Nearly Tripled

The proportion of healthy-weight young people in England trying to shed the pounds has nearly …Read more

Overly Restrictive Salt Intake may Worsen Outcomes for Common form of Heart Failure

Restricting salt intake is considered a key component of heart failure treatment, but restricting it …Read more

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH: Food Fortification Patient Booklet

Nutrinovo have developed a free resource for dietitians to give to patients who may benefit …Read more

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