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Lockdown Learning

BNF has a number of webinars and talks recorded that may be of interest to those working in or studying nutrition or those with a passion for nutrition science.

Online training

Why not take a look at our online training courses covering a range of nutrition topics?

This course is about eating well and keeping healthy when you’re staying at home during the coronavirus lockdown.

This course will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.

Early years nutrition

BNF Webinars (approx 1 hour)

Full of Beans! Encouraging preschool children to eat vegetables

Academics and practitioners discuss barriers and suggest practical strategies to getting young children to become familiar with, like and eat a variety of vegetables

Early Feeding Lifelong Health

The influence of nutrition in early life on later health  with Dr Pauline Emmett, Dr Julie Lanigan, Dr Simon Steenson and Dr Maggie Stanislawski

BNF Conference Interviews   (approx 5 mins)

Dr Clare Llewellyn

Can genes influence the risk of early obesity?

Profs Marion Hetherington and Pinki Sahota

Early life rIsk factors for obesity

Dr Michelle Lee

Baby Led weaning

Nutrition in schools

BNF Talks (approx 15 mins)

Nathan Atkinson

Hunger, removing a barrier to learning

Roy Ballam

Food Education learning landscape

Fibre, pre and probiotics and gut microbiome

BNF Webinars (approx 1 hour)

   

Why is everybody talking about gut microbiota?

Introducing the  association of gut microbiota and health including obesity, mertabolic disease and brain health from Profs Glenn Gibson, Ted Dinan and Ian Rowland and Sara Stanner, BNF’s Science Director.

Personalised nutrition – is it all in the gut?

Talks by Prof John Mathers, Prof Tim Spector, Dr Heidi Staudacher and Ayela Spiro cover personalised nutrition and what role the gut microbiome may play.

Shaping the infant gut microbiome

Prof Lars Bode. Prof Christine Edwards, Dr Ruari Robertson and Helena Gibson-Moore explore the interesting reationship bgetween breastfeeding and the infant gut microbiome.

The prebiotic potential of our diets – Fibre and More

Dr Megan Rossi, Prof Glenn Gibson, Prof Julie Lovegrove, Dr Stacey Lockyer and Prof Jan Delcour look at some of the health effects associated with prebiotics and explore where are they found in our diet

BNF Talks (10-20 minutes)

Dr Stacey Lockyer

What is Resistant Starch?

Exploring the effects of resistant starch on blood sugar and feeling full.

Daphne Katsikioti

Probiotics in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Cognitive and mental health

BNF Talks (15- 20 mins)

Dr Simon Steenson

Can a healthier diet reduce the risk of depression?

Ayela Spiro

Dietary patterns and dementia

Why not try one of these?

BNF Guest Talk (30 mins)

Prof Sue Lanham-New

The Secret of Sunshine All Year Round: The Forgotten Nutrient

BNF Talks (15 mins)

Dr Stacey Lockyer

Coconut oil - a nutty idea?

BNF Webinar  (1 hour)

A Sweet Solution?

Exploring low calorie sweeteners in relation to evidence, practice and controversies with Prof Peter Rogers, Dr Duane Mellor, Prof Katherine Appleton, Sara Stanner and Dr Una Masic.

For teachers and teaching assistants that teach food and nutrition

Free online courses

Food - a fact of life Training

FFL training is open to all teachers (trainee and practising) and teaching assistants that teach food and nutrition, both primary and secondary.

Webinars

Food - a fact of life Webinars

Recordings of FFL webinars that support specific areas of food knowledge or classroom practice.

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