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The British Nutrition Foundation, supported by the All Saints Education Trust, has been working on developing education around food and nutrition t...
Nuts provide important nutrients including fibre, plant protein and vitamins and minerals and people who eat more nuts tend to have a lower risk of...
The British Nutrition Foundation responds to the Government White Paper – Levelling up the United Kingdom.
With so much focus on the health of the planet, the British Nutrition Foundation is urging everyone to take some simple steps to enjoy more sustain...
The British Nutrition Foundation launches new survey findings on portion size.
It has never been more important to think about the sustainability credentials of the foods we consume, but this can be a complex task.
The Government advises everyone to consider a daily vitamin D supplement from October-March to help keep bones and muscles healthy.
The Board of Trustees of the British Nutrition Foundation is delighted to confirm the appointment of Elaine Hindal.
To celebrate Elsie Widdowson's life and achievements we have invited her biographer and friend Dr Margaret Ashwell OBE, to share her blue plaque st...
The British Nutrition Foundation today published a review, Healthier and more sustainable diets: what changes are needed in high-income countries?
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has published its draft Scientific opinion on the Tolerable Upper Intake Level for dietary sugars.
Part 2 of the National Food Strategy, led by Henry Dimbleby, published today contains recommendations to address the major issues facing the food s...
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