Following on from our webinar ‘Long Covid and Nutrition’, we’ve pulled together some key resources on the various topics covered throughout the day. We’ve included the key resources mentioned within the webinars, as well as additional practical resources and useful places to go to look for information on the topics, including websites and social media accounts. If you missed the live webinar, you can register to watch the recording.


COVID 19 (2022). Office for National Statistics. The latest data and analysis on coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK and its effect on the economy and society

COVD-19 rapid guideline (2020). National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). 

COVID-19 rapid guideline: Vitamin D (2020). National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Specific NICE guidelines relating for Vitamin D role in COVID-19


Long-term effects of coronavirus (long COVID) (2022). National Health Service. NHS advice for long COVID

Olfactory Disturbances as Presenting Manifestation Among Egyptian Patients with COVID-19: Possible Role of Zinc (2021). Aref M A et al. Study finding that zinc therapy may have a significant role in shortening the duration of smell recovery in those patients without affecting the total recovery duration from COVID-19

“Post-COVID-19 Syndrome: the persistent Symptoms at the Post-viral Stage of the Disease. A Systematic Review of the Current Data” (2021). Salamanna et al. A Systematic Review of the Current Data into the long-term symptoms of COVID

Malnutrition screening on hospital admission (2021). Vilet I.M et al. Impact of overweight and obesity on comparative performance of MUST and PG-SGA SF

Dietetic outcome measures in Long Covid (2022). British Dietetic Association. Hannah Diskin introduces a Therapy Outcome Measure for Long Covid and invites volunteers from other dietetic services to pilot it further

Smell and taste recovery in coronavirus disease 2019 patients (2020). Vaira L. A et al. Data showing that chemosensitive disturbances persisted in 7.2 per cent of patients 60 days after clinical onset

Long covid could be four different syndromes, review suggests (2020). Mahese E. Study showing the that COVID may be due to four different syndromes and nutritional approach is different for each

Sarcopenia: revised European consensus on definition and diagnosis (2019). Cruz-Jentoft A et al. Assessment for sacropenia in older adults

Use of the scored Patient-Generated Subjective Global Assessment (PG-SGA) as a nutrition assessment tool in patients with cancer (2002). Bauer J et al. Comparison of performance of MUST and PG-SGA SF in malnutrition risk evaluation in overweight/obese hospitalized patients


Long Covid and Diet (2022). British Dietetic Association. Food fact sheet

AbScent – Charity set up to support individuals with anosmia or smell disorders with information on smell training

Your COVID Recovery. (2022) National Health Service. Lots of information around COVID care and managing the symptomsPhoto of cookbook 'Taste and Flavour'

Taste & Flavour. (2021). Ryan Riley and Kimberley Duke. Cookbook designed to help those experiencing changes to their taste as a result of COVID

What to Eat When You Have Long Covid. Zoe Health Study. Practical advice around food choices for long COVID

Caution advised with Low Histamine diets for Long Covid (2021). British Dietetic Association. Advice around the appropriateness of low histamine diets for long COVID

Mediterranean diet as a nutritional approach for COVID-19 (2021). Angelidi A M et al. Study finding that the Mediterranean diet may represent a potential strategic therapeutic approach to address both short- and long-term conditions associated with COVID-19 infection and severity and improve mortality and the overall well-being of affected populations

German guideline for the management of adverse reactions to ingested histamine (2017). Research into the low histamine diet


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