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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

Complete Nutrition – Publisher Announcement

In a break from tradition, and to tell you about some changes here at Complete …Read more

Introducing our NEW Student Room columnist Elise Roberts

The CN Team are thrilled to welcome Elise as our new student columnist.
Elise graduated …Read more

COVID-19 Resources

Here, we have put together a list of resources from key groups and associations on …Read more

2020 CN Awards Shortlist Revealed

We are delighted to reveal the 2020 CN Awards Shortlist!
Now in their 10th year, …Read more

Leading UK Dietitian Appointed as New CN Editor

The Complete Nutrition (CN) team are delighted to announce that renowned dietitian Anne Holdoway has …Read more

2020 CN Awards Nomination Process Now Open – Nominate & WIN!

The CN Awards provide the chance for all readers, advertisers and contributors of CN Magazines …Read more

Did you know that you can read CN in digital format and reduce the carbon footprint?

Since 2013, the publishers of CN have been producing CN in both print and digital …Read more

CN Magazines – Digital subscription free for students

As part of Complete Nutrition (CN) Magazine’s 15th birthday celebrations, CN is now available digitally free-of-charge for all UK-based nutrition & dietetic students*.

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CN goes 3 Dimensional

In addition to receiving your very own printed copy of CN, you can now also view the nations favourite nutrition read online at anytime via: nutrition2me.com or take every issue with you offline on your smartphone or tablet via an app.

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Systematic Review Featuring in Forthcoming Issue of Complete Nutrition Magazines Picked-up by National Press

The next issue of CN Focus (October) features an article from Dr Pamela Mason – Systematic Review of Garlic in Hypertension. This article examines the evidence behind garlic and it’s role in hypertension. Garlic, especially a dried garlic preparation, provides allicin which has been shown to have a lowering effect on high blood pressure.

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