Use of BDA Food Fact sheets
The BDA Food Facts sheets are made available to download and to print for your own reference.
It is permissible to print multiple copies for patients, groups and students, providing the sheets are printed in their entirety, and without logos or branding added or BDA references removed.
The Food Fact sheets are for information only: they are not a substitute for proper medical diagnosis or dietary advice given by a Registered Dietitian.
Information published on the BDA web site is intended to be used by individuals , journalists and members of the BDA for non-commercial purposes. Organisations wishing to use extracts for any purpose should contact the Web Communications Officer for approval, sending full information of where the extract or content will be used. You may not use part of our fact sheets in your own publications without permission.
Food Facts: copyright
BDA web and document content is copyright the British Dietetic Association.
Food Fact files must not be copied onto other web sites: linking to the files on this website guarantees your readers the latest version. You may not use any part of our fact sheets in your own publications without permission.
Food facts: authenticity
BDA Food Fact Sheets are written by BDA dietitians and are peer reviewed regularly to ensure accuracy and an up to date evidence base. The BDA is a certified member of the Information Standard which ensures evidence based, reliable health information to the public. All Food Fact sheets have information sources provided alongside the title.
If you would like to discuss the content of any of the Food Fact Sheets, contact the BDA Communications Team on email@example.com.
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