We are passionate about all things to do with nutrition, health and the planet, from farm to fork.
Here you’ll find thoughts and news from our team and specialist network.
Following our webinar, we’ve pulled together key resources on the topic of nutrition, diabetes and the microbiome
We explore the topic of iodine, raised by the BDA during Dietitians Week
Following our recent webinar, we’ve pulled together key resources on the topic of bowel cancer and the link to red and processed meat
Soya consumption is increasing in the UK. Our new expert report shows it’s safe, healthy and sustainable.
To mark Earth Day, guest blogger Dr Gemma Newman, aka The Plant Doctor, discusses how and why to encourage plant-based eating
When it comes to nutrition, what should you advise clients who are fasting during the month of Ramadan?
What nutritional considerations are there for the first 1,000 days of a baby’s development? Guest author Charlotte Stirling-Reed outlines the science and practice of complementary feeding.
What are some key considerations if advising clients on their diet for the Jewish festival of Passover?
Use these key resources about nutrition during pregnancy to learn more about both the science and its practical application.
We’ve collated key resources on the topic of postnatal and early-childhood nutrition, including science and practice
We’ve pulled together key resources on pre-conception nutrition to help further your understanding of the science and practical application
A new report shows ‘healthier’ snacks often contain high levels of salt. What should the government be doing?
We’ve pulled together key resources on blood pressure and how to reduce it, including both science and practice.
One of the most effective ways to reduce hypertension is the DASH diet. Priya Tew RD gives you the lowdown.
We’ve collated a list of key resources on the topic of diet and heart health, including both science and practice.
We’ve pulled together a list of top resources on vegan diets and how to make them healthy
It’s Veganuary. What do we need to look out for to ensure eating vegan is still healthy?
Will putting calories on restaurant menus help tackle the obesity problem in the UK?
To support the Plant-based diets and cardiometabolic health e-Symposium, we've pulled together a list of key resources for each of the sessions. We...
What are the benefits of plant-based diets when it comes to cardiometabolic health?
As the government sets out new calorie reduction guidelines for the food industry, we ask why, what and is it enough.
We’ve argued we need to cut down on eating meat. But we’re not deaf to the voice of the farmers.
We desperately need a new food system and a strategy that supports good health. The government’s obesity strategy doesn’t go far enough.
When it comes to diabetes management, carbohydrate intake is a controversial topic – with considerable inconsistencies in international recommendations.
With many people experiencing reduced access to sunlight while staying at home, Public Health England (PHE) has re-issued its recommendation for...
Guest Expert Author: Sue Baic, RD During this difficult time many of our clients self-isolation or working from home may be changing their eating...
Are you working on a nutrition and health strategy for change? Trying to convince your colleagues or board that your wellbeing approach is right?...
What’s going to have the most impact on reducing sugar consumption in the UK – educating consumers and encouraging them to change their habits, or...
The Game Changers is causing a stir. The documentary by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Louie Psihoyos and James Cameron investigates plant-based...
The facts and figures around heart health and cholesterol are stark. Coronary heart disease (CHD) remains one of the major killers in the UK and...
When it comes to food choices, what should we be advising those suffering from type 2 diabetes to help them manage weight and glucose? Do we focus...
At long last, the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) report on saturated fats and health was published this month. The conclusion?...
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