ISSN 0141-9684 (Print); ISSN 1471-9827 (Online)
Emerging science: Emerging science provides a brief summary of a selection of recently published papers or reports in the UK and elsewhere in the area of nutrition and human health.
Wyness, L.; O'Connor, A.
New government, opportunities and challenges: what does the future hold for nutrition?
The nutritional and health benefits of mushrooms
Cheung, P. C. K.
Do slimming supplements work?
Is inactivity the cause of fatness or fatness the cause of inactivity?
Should children under 5 eat only limited amounts of wholemeal products?
School food standards five years on – observations from a public sector catering company
Harrison, G. C.
The role of breakfast cereals in the UK diet: headline results from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS) year 1
McKevith, B.; Jarzebowska, A.
Potato consumption in the UK – why is ‘meat and two veg’ no longer the traditional British meal?
Nutritionists: is there a need for statutory registration in the UK?
Eggers, T. D.; Kennedy, O. B.
The European Nutrition Leadership Programme (ENLP) – is it more than just a 1-week training course?
FACET: providing an integrated and holistic approach to the exposure assessment of food chemicals
The European Food Framework project – an update
The nutritional composition of selected ethnic foods consumed in Italy
Marletta, L.; Camilli, E.; Turrini, A.; Scardella, P.; Spada, R.; Piombo, L.; Khokhar, S.; Finglas, P.; Carnovale, E.
The science of low-calorie sweeteners – separating fact from fiction
Highlights of the Nutrition Society Summer meeting 2010, nutrition and health: cell to community
Infant and Young Child Feeding – Challenges to Implementing a Global Strategy
Understanding Halal Food Supply Chain
Conference diary December 2010