Conference recordings

The British Nutrition Foundation has a track record of hosting authoritative conferences on a range of topics and issues.

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Below are a number of recordings from previous conferences and events. We also have Nutrition Talks and Webinars.

Annual day 2021

The British Nutrition Foundation Annual Day took place on 23 November 2021. The day included a conference, Healthier people on a healthier planet.

Welcome and introduction

Professor Judy Buttriss, British Nutrition Foundation

The Global Food System

Judith Batchelar OBE, Independent Advisor.

What do we already know about healthier and more sustainable diets?

Dr Simon Steenson, British Nutrition Foundation

Transforming the UK food system: why does driving change nationally inform the global challenge?

Prof Guy Poppy CB, University of Southampton

Work underway to reduce the environmental footprint of ruminants

Dr John Gilliland, Devenish Nutrition.

The FixOurFood project – regenerative farming, education in schools and harnessing local innovation

Prof Bob Doherty, York University.

The role of the food industry in improving children's health

Mr Matt Towner, Urban Health.

Panel discussion

Panel discussion from Annual day

Closing Remarks

Patron of the British Nutrition Foundation, HRH The Princess Royal.

From food to molecules and back again

2021 - Professor Gary Frost, Imperial College

Annual day 2021 Programme

The programme for the British Nutrition Foundation Annual day - 23 Nov '21, live streaming version.

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Previous Annual days

Recordings of talks and Annual Lectures from previous Annual days can be found here.

British Nutrition Foundation Annual Day: Nutrition and COVID-19

The role of evidence-based nutrition science in understanding and combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Talking about the next generation: Nutrition in school age children

As part of the celebration of its 50th year, the British Nutrition Foundation hosted a special conference Talking about the next generation: Nutrition in school age children on 27 April 2017. 

The role of the British Nutrition Foundation in education

Roy Ballam, British Nutrition Foundation

Hunger, removing a barrier to learning

Nathan Atkinson, Richmond Hill Primary School

Symposium on First foods, Complementary feeding and Obesity

The British Nutrition Foundation held a symposium on First foods, Complementary feeding and Obesity on 28 April 2015.

Health visitor and early obesity risk

Professor Sarah Redsell, Anglia Ruskin University

Baby-led weaning

Dr Michelle Lee, Swansea University.

Early life risk factors for obesity

Prof Pinki Sahota, Leeds Beckett University, and Prof Marion Hetherington, University of Leeds

Guidelines on complementary feeding

Dr Lucy Chambers, British Nutrition Foundation

Nature versus nurture - genetics and early obesity

Dr Claire Llewelyn, UCL

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