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Nutrition in Practice

Please note that our Nutrition Update E-Bulletin has now replaced Nutrition in Practice.

 

Online versions of the new bulletin can be found here

 

To sign up to recieve this by email please click here

 

Nutrition in Practice

A publication providing nutrition information of interest to all health and nutrition professionals in the UK and Republic of Ireland.


This bulletin was designed to provide practical information and advice for all those involved in health and nutrition, including GPs, nurses, dietitians, nutritionists, the dental team and academics.

New online e-bulletin, Nutrition Update, now replaces Nutrition In Practice.  

We now have a new e-bulletin that will be delivered by email and will feature on our website.

The format will be similar with articles from independent Experts on hot topics in nutrition and health research. It will be delivered direct to your email address. Register on our mailing list to receive it.

The latest issue was launched Summer 2012.

Click here to read.

 

Archive of Nutrition In Practice


ARTICLES FEATURED
September 2009
Caring for children's teeth
Use of dietary supplements in sport
Weight loss - affect on risk of death
March 2009
Childhood origins of adult obesity
Mindless vs mindful eating
Diet and reduction of vascular disease risk
 
 
 

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EATING FOR HEALTH

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Eating a healthy, balanced diet along with taking regular exercise is key to physical and mental wellbeing.

No foods should be considered as ‘good or bad’ as all foods play an important role in the diet. It is only when foods are eaten in excess that health problems result.

Read more about eating healthy