The June 2022 issue of Nutrition Bulletin is available online.
Articles featured include:
- First steps towards transforming nutrition and health research in the UK - J.C. Mathers *FREE ACCESS*
- Can sprouting reduce phytate and improve the nutritional composition and nutrient bioaccessibility in cereals and legumes? - H. Elliott, P. Woods, B.D. Green, A.P. Nugent *OPEN ACCESS*
- Do ancient wheats contain less gluten than modern bread wheat, in favour of better health? - F. Brouns, S. Geisslitz, C. Guzman, T.M. Ikeda, A. Arzani, G. Latella, S. Simsek, M. Colomba, A. Gregorini, V. Zevallos, V. Lullien-Pellerin, D. Jonkers, P.R. Shewry *OPEN ACCESS*
- Mindful eating: what we know so far - K. Tapper *OPEN ACCESS*
- Do gluten peptides stimulate weight gain in humans? - F. Brouns, P.R. Shewry *OPEN ACCESS*
Healthy plant-based diets and their short-term effects on weight loss, nutrient intake and serum cholesterol levels - L. Brown, K. Rose, A. Campbell *OPEN ACCESS*
- The protective effect of peanuts, pine nuts and almonds on gastric intestinal metaplasia in Korean men - S. K. Park, C-M. Oh, J-H. Ryoo, J. Y. Jung
Encouraging healthier grocery purchases online: A randomised controlled trial and lessons learned - A. Bunten, B. Shute, S.E. Golding, C. Charlton, L. Porter, Z. Willis, N. Gold, A. Saei, B. Tempest, N. Sritharan, R. Arambepola, A. Yau, T. Chadborn *OPEN ACCESS*
News and Views
- Changes and differences in school food standards (2010–2021) and free school meal provision during COVID-19 across the UK: Potential implications for children's diets - R.L. McIntyre, A.J. Adamson, M. Nelson, J. Woodside, S. Beattie, S. Spence *OPEN ACCESS*
- UK Nutrition Research Partnership ‘Hot Topic’ workshop: Vitamin D—A multi-disciplinary approach to (1) elucidate its role in human health and (2) develop strategies to improve vitamin D status in the UK population - S.A. Lanham-New, J.L. Buttriss, H. Gibson-Moore, K.A. Staines, A.R. Webb, K.D. Cashman, M. Hewison, A.R. Martineau, C.P. Smith, G. Butler-Laporte, R. Bouillon
- Plenty more fish in the sea? – is there a place for seafood within a healthier and more sustainable diet? - S. Steenson, A. Creedon *FREE TO READ*
Full details of all the journal articles in this and past issues of Nutrition Bulletin (back to 1968) can be found on the journal website.
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