Dietitian Heather Russell writes about why The Vegan Society has produced a vegan version of the nutrition guide published by UK public health authorities
Simple and practical tips and tricks that can help keep your nutrition on track with a vegan diet.
Well-planned plant-based and vegan diets can support healthy living at every age and life-stage.
"I found that my experience as a dietitian prepared me well for this role because of the crossover of skills required for both jobs, and because such a large part of the role is about building a rapport."
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Chair of the BDA England Board Dr Julie Abayomi and co-author James Sandy discuss the importance of iodine in the diet - particularly to pregnant women and those of child bearing age.
Annabel van Griethuysen looks into vitamin D and considers its importance in the fight against COVID-19.
The menopause is an ideal time to take stock of eating habits and begin some gradual changes to help ensure the best health possible while entering this new phase of life.
Lucy Morgan and Ella Terblanche explain their involvement in writing the Intensive Care Society AHP Critical Care Professional Development Framework and how this led to developing the supplementary dietetic pillar.
Stephen Austin BDA National Employment Relations Officer attended the virtual TUC Adaptation to Climate Change and The World of work Conference on Tuesday 8 September 2020, here he talks about his time at the online event.
Michael Titmus critically appraises the evidence base for this often overlooked relationship and considers the implications for dietetic practice
A successful intervention into her crippling IBS was the trigger that led Judith Bamford to leave her high-flying PR career to start all over again in dietetics.