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22 September 2017 - MedicalXpress - Pregnant women are not getting enough omega-3

The first ever study on the intakes of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnant women in New Zealand, has found only 30 per cent are getting the recommended daily amount.


6 January 2020 - MedicalXpress - Processed foods highly correlated with obesity epidemic in the US

As food consumed in the U.S. becomes more and more processed, obesity may become more prevalent. Detailed recommendations to improve diet quality and overall nutrition are needed for consumers, who are prioritizing food that is cheaper and more convenient, but also highly processed.


18 September 2018 - BBC - Pregnancy weight gain 'going unmeasured'

Midwives are calling for official guidance on how much weight is healthy for women to put on during pregnancy. One in five women in the UK are obese when they start pregnancy, yet there is no national target for what constitutes normal pregnancy weight gain.


11th May 2014 - The Guardian - Sugar is the real enemy, not fat itself, says film targeting obesity

US documentary calls for laws to limit consumption of harmful sweeteners hidden in 'healthy' food



2 December 2003 - BBC Website: Vitamins 'help treat depression'

Vitamin B supplements may help people to fight depression, research suggests.


1 November 2003 - The Times: 'It works for me: Fish oil'

Can old-fashioned cod liver oil help dyslexia? Jill Turton investigates



1 October 2003 - BBC1: Omega-3 and The Human Mind

BBC 1 - Lord Winston's New Documentary Series on The Human Mind




06 Feb 2004 - BBC website - Child gut disorder underestimated

The number of young people affected by wheat intolerance may have been underestimated, research suggests.









25 March 2019 - MedicalXpress - Tuck into colourful fruits and vegetables and see the light

A $5.7 billion global medical bill to restore sight for the estimated 45 million people with cataracts could be slashed in half by a diet rich in colourful fruits and vegetables, according to an international study.