Seafish are to support the British Nutrition Foundation's first-ever Healthy Eating Week with a programme of activities for schools and nurseries Seafish (the UK authority on seafood) is supporting the British Nutrition Foundation's (BNF) first-ever ... FMCG News, 1 month ago
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David Gregory has been appointed as the new chair of the British Nutrition Foundation's (BNF's) board of trustees. Copyright - Unless otherwise stated all contents of this web site are 2013 - William Reed Business Media Ltd - All Rights Reserved - ...Food Manufacture, 1 month ago
A red meat nutrient sold as a supplement for weight loss and muscle growth may damage the heart and arteries, new research suggests. Our studies reveal a new pathway potentially linking dietary red meat ingestion with atherosclerosis (narrowing of ...Times of Malta, 1 month ago How weight training helps seniors to be healthier (Video) Examiner.com, 6 days ago Red Meat Nutrient 'May Damage Heart And Arteries' Huffington Post UK, 1 month ago
London - A nutrient abundant in red meat and also sold as a dietary supplement could raise the risk of heart disease. The UK government already recommends individuals eat no more than 2.5oz (70g) of red meat daily, with increased consumption already ...IOL, 1 month ago Red meat: Plugging the nutrition gap Easier, 1 month ago
THIS week, I look at the forthcoming HIV/AIDS conference to be hosted in Lusaka, Zambia, by Zambia AIDS Research Foundation in conjuction with Treatment Advocacy Literacy Campaign (TALC) at the Golden Bridge Hotel on May 17, 2013. The conference, ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
Related tags: fruit juice, soft drinks, sugar Related topics: Science & Nutrition, Carbohydrates and fibres (sugar, starches) Over-consumption of juice and soft drinks at a young age could be putting kids' dental health at risk Related news: New ...Food Navigator, 1 month ago Let's Finally Get the Fundamentals of Healthcare in Place in Africa Forbes.com, 1 month ago A Healthy Approach TUCO, 2 months ago Could the WTO overturn EU health claim laws? Food and Drink Europe, 4 weeks ago
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London: A chemical found in red meat helps explain why eating too much steak, mince and bacon is bad for the heart, say US scientists. A study in the journal Nature Medicine showed that carnitine in red meat was broken down by bacteria in the gut.Online News Pakistan, 1 month ago Red meat chemical 'damages heart' BBC, 1 month ago
When Soania Mathur found out she had Parkinson's Disease, she was carrying her first child and just 27 years old. As a young mother-to-be and a physician herself, she focused only on the well-being of her child at the time and not on the ...Huffington Post Canada, 1 month ago
The European Heart Network (EHN) has welcomed the EU Pledge common nutritional criteria on food marketing to children. In a report from 28 March entitled: "Reducing children's exposure to marketing of foods and drinks that are high in fat, salt or ...World Federation of Advertisers, 2 weeks ago
Event, Royal College of Surgeons, London Findings of the BNF Task Force Report 'Nutrition and Development: short- and long-term consequences for health' will be presented at a conference on 21st May 2013, the Royal College of Surgeons, London WC2A ...Food and Drink Federation, 2 weeks ago
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