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Nutrition in older age: keeping healthy and avoiding malnutrition
Affordable nutrition for everyone is the key message at Food Matters Live’s Inspiring Nutrition
10 key trends in nutrition and health of 2023 and beyond
US National Institutes of Health launches landmark study into precision nutrition
Can front-of-pack labelling encourage healthier food choices?
“It’s sickening, it’s unbelievable” – Jonathon Porritt fires shots
Of microbes and men: the link between gut bacteria, nutrition and health
Scientists in China successfully extract green tea leaf protein which could be used in the plant-based F&B sector
A holistic approach to customer satisfaction
Feeding the world, as well as the planet
Personalised nutrition: the rise of bespoke diets
How nutrition can support mental health: what to eat, what to avoid, and the truth about good mood food
Reproductive health: the beneficial role of nutrition in men and women’s fertility
Dragons’ Den’s Steven Bartlett invests £2M in Tim Spector’s personalised nutrition company ZOE
Growing mushrooms alongside trees could feed millions and tackle climate change, new research shows
Link found between artificial sweetener erythritol and risk of cardiovascular events
What’s feeding the future of the nutritionist?
Bread made from whole cell chickpea flour lowers blood sugar and increases fullness, research shows
Gluten-free products not as healthy as those with gluten, study finds
Managing the menopause: BNF offers latest nutritional advice following review