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You can help us - by making a donation to the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)We are proud of the work we do, explaining...

New BNF Task Force report - Nutrition and development

Nutrition and development: short and long term consequences for health The Foundation held a conference to launch its...

How much physical activity do I need?

Physical activity plays a central role in keeping us healthy, so it is very important to be physically active on a regular...

2014 BNF Drummond Pump Priming Award recipients announced

As part of its management of the Drummond Memorial Fund, BNF is again providing two grants in 2014, each of £5000, to help...

Celebrating our wartime food heroes

2014 marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day and BNF is commemorating this by looking at wartime food heroes. With the passage...

Core competences

Core competences for children and young people aged 5 to 16 years: A framework of skills and knowledge around food, diet and...

Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren: An update

BNF has published a review on 'Diet, nutrition and schoolchildren' which is available to download free of charge...

Tips for a healthy heart

Heart disease and stroke Eating a healthy diet can reduce your risk of suffering from heart disease and stroke - the major...

Latest issue - June 2014

The latest issue of Nutrition Bulletin is now available online.Articles featured include: Editorials on sugars and...

Nutrition Science Communication Awards

The Awards comprise a commemorative certificate, presented at the prestigious BNF Annual Day, and a prize to support the...

Tip of the day

  • Increasing your fruit and vegetable intake is a lot easier than you might think! Try to incorporate at least one portion with every meal you have (including snacks): a banana with breakfast, a handful of grapes mid-morning, an apple or side salad with your lunch, carrot sticks and low-fat dip mid-afternoon and a serving of vegetables with your evening meal.

Of the following, what do you think is the most important barrier to eating healthily?