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Page 8- OBESITY UPDATE: WHERE ARE WE NOW? – by Emma Berry
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Page 13 - PANCREATITIS - AN OVERVIEW OF DIETARY MANAGEMENT – by Rebecca Gasche

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Page 17 THE SUGAR TAX, WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR – by Kit Kaalund Hansen

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Page 19 - MALNUTRITION MATTERS - by Dr Mabel Blades

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Page 23 - THE DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF AUTISM - by Maeve Hanan

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Page 27 - FEEDING PREMATURE INFANTS - by Emma Derbyshire

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Page 31 - CRITICAL CARE: FEEDING THE ADULT EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION PATIENT – by Alice Lunt

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Page 35 - ENTOMOPHAGY: THE BENEFITS OF INSECTS IN NUTRITION – by Claire Chaudhry

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Page 41 - TERMS OF BELONGING: WORDS, WEIGHT AND ETHICAL AUTONOMY – by Lucy Aphramor PhD RD

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Page 54 - MINDFULNESS, WORKPLACE WELLBEING AND PRODUCTIVITY - Nikki Brierley

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