NH-eNews Bulletin 04/08/2020Latest News
Unhealthy diets are ‘slow-motion disaster’A national food strategy calls for wider access to free school meals and warns of misleading labels.
Aerobic exercise could have the final say on fatty liversA new study highlights that fitness may be a more important clinical endpoint for improvement in patients with fatty liver diseases during exercise trials, rather than weight loss.
Medical myths: Does sugar make children hyperactive?Most parents are convinced that sugar causes hyperactivity in children. Surprisingly, scientific evidence does not back up this theory.
Plant-based diets high in carbs improve Type 1 Diabetes, according to new case studiesPlant-based diets rich in whole carbohydrates can improve insulin sensitivity and other health markers in individuals with type 1 diabetes, according to two case studies
Report into international foodborne disease rates publishedThe Food Standards Agency has today published the first of three scientific reports, which attempt to compare international food standards.
NH-eNews Bulletin 28/07/2020Latest NewsMajor new campaign encourages millions to lose weight and cut COVID-19 riskObesity: Unhealthy 'buy one get one free' deals targetedObesity: Have 20 years of policies had any effect?Dietary Guidelines are not compatible with global health and environmental targetsHow long should you fast for weight loss?Diets high in protein, particularly plant protein, linked to lower risk of deathPizza study shows body copes surprisingly well with one-off calorie indulgence