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World Cancer Research Fund Launches Nutrition and Living with Cancer Helpline

World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) is expanding its support services by launching a new helpline,* …Read more

RGU Research Shows Growing Problem of Poverty and Food Insecurity amongst Young Mothers in the North East

Robert Gordon University (RGU) led research shows that young mothers in the North East of …Read more

Breastfeeding for Longer May be Linked to Better Exam Results in Later Life

Children who are breastfed for longer appear to be more likely to gain slightly better …Read more

WEBINAR OF THE MONTH: Supporting Acute Illness with Fibre – Why we should consider it and how we can apply it

Missed it!! Don’t worry, it is now available to watch back.
This webinar focused on …Read more

Half a Million1 People in the UK Unnecessarily Suffering with Debilitating Symptoms of Coeliac Disease

Coeliac UK’s Awareness Week campaign ‘coeliac disease is different for everyone’ aims to provide answers …Read more

British Nutrition Foundation Opens Healthy Eating Week Registrations for Workplaces Across the UK

With the intent to support Britons’ healthy eating habits, British Nutrition Foundation, a leading nutrition …Read more

Cost of Living Crisis is Fuelling the Obesity Epidemic

A leading nutrition researcher has warned of the impact of the cost-of-living crisis on the …Read more

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH: Nutrinovo Launch NEW Patient Connect

A new way to send samples and receive valuable patient feedback
Patient Connect is a …Read more

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Linked with Increased Risk of Premature Death for People with Type 2 Diabetes

High consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) was associated with an elevated risk of premature death …Read more

Do vitamin D levels affect the body’s response to anti-cancer immunotherapy?

Study’s findings suggest that maintaining normal vitamin D levels may benefit patients.
Research indicates that …Read more

Novel Biomarker Score Could Help Measure Adherence to Mediterranean Diet

New evidence suggests Mediterranean diet may reduce type 2 diabetes risk more than previously thought.
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Beans on Toast may be Ultra-Processed but Can Still be Part of a Healthy Diet

A new survey released by the British Nutrition Foundation shows that concern about ultra-processed foods …Read more

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