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ISSN 0141-9684, Online ISSN: 1471-9827
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Reflections on dietary guidance and the status of carbohydrate on both sides of the Atlantic
Polyphenols in the diet: friend or foe?
Hooper, B.; Frazier, R.
An overview of the role of rice in the UK diet
Achieving eatwell plate recommendations: is this a route to improving both sustainability and healthy eating?
Harland, J. I.; Buttriss, J.; Gibson, S.
New data on the nutritional composition of UK hens' eggs
Benelam, B.; Roe, M.; Pinchen, H.; Church, S.; Buttriss, J.; Gray, J.; Farron‐Wilson, M.; Finglas, P.
Is a high‐carb diet ‘poison’ to diabetics?
The Public Health Responsibility Deal Food Network
Jebb, S. A.
Challenges in dietary guidance: a US perspective
Filling the gaps: the need for more research on portion size of pre‐packaged foods and intake behaviour
Arnold, H.; Hackett, R.
Bread consumption in the UK: what are the main attitudinal factors affecting current intake and its place in a healthy diet?
Developments in personalised nutrition
Walsh, M.; Kuhn, S.
An overview of the SATIN project
Johnstone, A.M.; Gonzalez, R. R.; Harrold, J.
Westminster Food & Nutrition Forum: Food Security 2012 – taking forward the Foresight project Global
Food and Farming Futures
How does breakfast help manage bodyweight?
Ashwell, M.; Hunty, A.
Something to Chew On: Challenging Controversies in Food and Health by Mike Gibney
University College Dublin Press, Dublin 2012ISBN 978 1 906359 67 6Price £19.00