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The British Nutrition Foundation confirms the appointment of Elaine Hindal BA, MSc as its new Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Trustees of the British Nutrition Foundation is delighted to confirm the appointment of Elaine Hindal

Blogs

Guest blog - Elsie Widdowson and her blue plaque

To celebrate Elsie Widdowson's life and achievements, including the first food composition tables, testing of wartime rations and the mandated addi...

Press Releases

Adherence to government’s Eatwell Guide key to more sustainable diets

The British Nutrition Foundation today published a review paper, titled Healthier and more sustainable diets: what changes are needed in high-incom...

Reports

EFSA Publishes Draft Opinion on Tolerable Upper Intake Level for Dietary Sugars

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) panel on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens (NDA) has published its draft Scientific opinion on th...

Responses

The British Nutrition Foundation responds to the National Food Strategy

Part 2 of the National Food Strategy, led by Henry Dimbleby, has been published today and contains recommendations to address the major issues faci...

Press Releases

British Nutrition Foundation to recruit a new leader, as Professor Judy Buttriss steps down as Director General

The Trustees of The British Nutrition Foundation are searching for a new Chief Executive to lead the charity on its vision to ensure that everyone...

Press Releases

British Nutrition Foundation survey reveals 62% of Britons have altered their diet to get healthier in the past year

A new survey commissioned by the British Nutrition Foundation reveals that 62% of Britons have made a change to their diet to get healthier over th...

Headlines

BNF responds to the documentary ‘What are we feeding our kids?’

In the documentary ‘What are we feeding our kids’, which aired on 27th May 2021, Dr Chris van Tulleken reported following a diet that was made up o...

Reports

SACN report on lower carbohydrate diets for adults with type 2 diabetes

Low carbohydrate diets, particularly in relation to type 2 diabetes, have been a topic of increasing debate and discussion both in the media and sc...

Press Releases

New guide for teachers on food education for children and young people with additional needs

The British Nutrition Foundation has launched a first-of-its-kind guide to support teachers in delivering food education to pupils with additional...

Press Releases

Find Your Healthier You: British Nutrition Foundation Healthy Eating Week

The British Nutrition Foundation has launched its new style annual Healthy Eating Week for 2021, inviting people of all ages and from all walks of...

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A healthy immune system for older adults

A new resource, launched by the British Nutrition Foundation, will inform older adults, who may be experiencing low appetite or finding it hard to...

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