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Complete Nutrition Magazine – New Look, New Features

The March issue of Complete Nutrition (CN) Magazine reveals a fresh, new look, plus new features with the launch of our dedicated Paediatric Focus section!

As the UK’s No.1 nutrition & dietetic publication*, the CN Team strive to continually evolve both the content and presentation of CN Magazine to ensure that it remains up-to-date and current. Since its launch in 2001**, CN Magazine has prided itself on providing nutrition healthcare professionals with excellent content that gets to the heart of current thinking and practice.

In the March issue of CN, live digitally today, you will notice that our regular features have been updated, our articles look fresh and are easier to navigate, and we also reveal our new Paediatric Focus section.

The Paediatric Focus section will now feature as a stand-alone section within every issue of CN Magazine. In the March issue, it contains our Paediatric Update column from Freelance Consultant Dietitian and CN Editorial Team*** member, Kiran Atwal. Kiran’s column explores the practicalities of measuring children in hospital. We also have an article sharing the parent’s perspective of nutritionally managing chronic kidney disease, and we examine school food provision in the UK. This great new resource also features across CN e-news and – the online home of CN Magazine.

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*CN Magazine is the UK’s No.1 nutrition & dietetic publication (
**CN Magazine is published by Complete Media & Marketing Limited, and has been published since 2001.
***The CN Editorial Team currently comprises: Danielle Bear, Principal Critical Care Dietitian (critical care dietetics); Nigel Denby, Director of his own nutrition consultancy; Rachael Masters – Consultant Dietitian and Managing Director of Focus on Undernutrition UK Ltd (community dietetics); Rebecca McManamon, Consultant Dietitian (clinical dietetics); Helen Stanton, Clinical Lead Paediatric Dietitian (community paediatrics); Professor Gil Hardy (pharmacy & PN); Bruno Mafrici, Clinical Specialist Renal Dietitian and Non-Medical Prescriber, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (renal); Kiran Atwal, Freelance Consultant Dietitian (clinical paediatrics).

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