eSeminar catch-up

Catch-up

Recordings and presentation notes for each of the past eSeminar events are available to view. Scroll down or click on one of the recording topics listed below.

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List of recordings

45th anniversary Behaviour Change conference Weight control and behaviour change

Annual Lecture 2010 Physical activity and appetite control: Can we reduce the energy gap?

Annual Lecture 2011 How much food does man require?: New insights

All about our enthnic foods

All about wholegrains

An introduction to digestion

An introduction to satiety and satiation

An introduction to weaning

Cake manufacture: domestic vs industrial

Careers in the food industry: opportunities in research, development and quality

Cooking in secondary schools

Diet and arthritis

Diet and the immune system

Early nutrition, mental development and mental ageing

Eggs: food safety, legislation and nutrition

Energy - a balancing act

Engaging young people in Food Technology

European Food Framework

Fish production and sustainability

Food styling and photography

Greener factories

Healthy hydration

Implications of a sedentary lifestyle

Increasing physical activity: the effect of practitioner interaction style

Infant nutrition

Influence of nutrition in early life and risk of obesity

Introduction to nutrition

Insights into the National Diet and Nutrition Survey

Love food: hate waste

New product development: from concept to product

New product development: marketing in retail

New product development: through the trends

Nutrition in pregnancy

Nutrition and health: lower fat products

Nutrition and health: special diets and Coeliac Disease

Nutrition, health and schoolchildren

Obesity and diabetes: twin global epidemics in the 21st century

Omega-3 fatty acids and heart disease - Just another fishy story?

Responsible farming

Sensory matters

Sports nutrition

Teaching about food with 3-5 year olds

Technical processes in food manufacture

The function of sugars in food

The importance of quality in food manufacture

The science behind breadmaking

Vegetarian nutrition

Vitamin D

Vitamins: How much is enough and can we have too much?

What's your beef? Red meat in the diet

 

   45th anniversary Behaviour Change conference - Weight control and behaviour change

Presented by Doctor James Stubbs, Slimming World

To view a recording of the eSeminar 

 

 Annual Lecture 2010 Physical activity and appetite control:

Can we reduce the energy gap?

Presented by Professor John Blundell, Chair of Psychobiology at the University of Leeds

To view a recording of the eSeminar 

 

 Annual Lecture 2011 How much food does man require?:

New insights

Presented by Professor Jeya Henry on 15 November 2011

To view the recording 

 

  All about our ethnic foods

Presented by Miss Georgine Leung, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

To view the recording 

 

  All about wholegrains

Presented by Therese Coleman, Independent nutrition scientist

30 March 2011 To view the recording 

If you have any questions about this eSeminar, please email: education@hgca.com 

 

  An introduction to digestion

Presented by Ms Georgine Leung, Nutrition Scientist at British Nutrition Foundation

24 January 2012 To view the recording, click here.

 

  An introdcution to satiety and satiation

Presented by Mrs Bridget Benelam, Senior Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

13 December 2010 To view the recording 

 

The presentation was presented for a second time on 1 March 2011 repeat

To view a recording 

 

  An introduction to weaning

Presented by Ms Claire Williamson, Nutrition Scientist at British Nutrition Foundation

12 January 2012  To view the recording 

 

  Cake manufacture: domestic vs industrial

Presented by Peter Knott, M&S Technologist

22 March 2013    To view the recording 

 

  Careers in the food industry: opportunities for research, development and quality

Presented by Jacinta George, at Kraft Foods
12 December 2012  To view the recording 


  Cooking in secondary schools

Presented by Roy Ballam, Education Programme Manager at British Nutrition Foundation
27 September 2012  To view the recording  


  Diet and arthritis
Presented by Dr Aine O'Connor, Nutrition Scientist at British Nutrition Foundation
6 December 2011 To view the recording 

  Diet and the immune system

Presented by Professor Philip Calder, University of Southampton

16 March 2011 To view the recording 

If you have any questions about this eSeminar, please contact Professor Calder:P.C.Calder@soton.ac.uk

 

  Early nutrition, mental development and mental ageing

Presented by Professor Marcus Richards, MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing, Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care, University College London

Professor Richards provided a general introduction to epidemiology and information from the 1947 British birth cohort study. He addressed key issues in three different areas: maternal diet during pregnancy, breastfeeding and post-weaning diet.

12 December 2012 To view the recording

If you have any questions about the information presented in this eSeminar, please contact Professor Richards: m.richards@nshd.mrc.ac.uk

 

  Eggs: food safety, legilsation and nutrition

Presented by Andrew Joret, Deputy Chairman, British Egg Industry Council

23 February 2012 To view the recording 

 

  Energy - a balancing act

Presented by Georgine Leung, a nutrition scientist from the British Nutrition Foundation

18 January 2011 To view the recording 

 

A short video podcast is also available on the topic of energy. To view or download the video podcast 

 

 Engaging young people in Food Technology

Presented by Roy Ballam, Education Programme Manager at the British Nutrition Foundation

10 November 2011 To view the recording of the eSeminar 

 

  European Food Framework

Presented by Claire Theobald, Senior Education Officer at the British Nutrition Foundation

13 November 2011 To view the recording of the eSeminar 

 

  Fish production and sustainability

Presentated by Hannah MacKintyre, Wild and Farmed Fish Sourcing Manager at Marks and Spencer

26 February 2013 To view the recording of the eSeminar

 

  Food styling and photography

Presented by Jody Vassollo, award winning food writer, food stylist and publisher, Australia

20 May 2013 To view the recording of the eSeminar  

 

Greener factories

Presented by Jo Bowen, Plan A delivery Manager Marks and Spencer

16 May 2012.  To view the recording 

 

  Healthy hydration

Presented by Mrs Bridget Benelam and Dr Laura Wyness, Senior Nutrition Scientists at the British Nutrition Foundation

17 November 2010  To view a recording of the eSeminar 

The second presentation was held on 11 January 2011  To view a recording of the eSeminar 

 

Implications of a sedentary lifestyle

Presented by Janice L. Thompson PhD, FACSM, Professor of Public Health Nutrition at the Centre for Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences

22 May 2012  To view a recording of the eSeminar 

 

   Increasing physical activity: the effect of practitioner interaction style

Dr Melvyn Hillsdon, Associate Professor of Exercise and Health behaviour, Exeter University

To view a recording of the eSeminar 

 

  Infant nutrition

Presented by Miss Claire Williamson and Dr Sarah Schenker, Nutrition Scientists at the British Nutrition Foundation

1 June 2010 To view the recording 

 

An addition eSeminar was presented by Dr Emma Williams, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation.

29 March 2011  To view the recording 

 

    Influence of nutrition in early life and risk of obesity

Presented by Dr Paul Taylor, Kings College London

21 May 2013    To view the recording 

 

  Introduction to nutrition

Presented by Dr Sarah Schenker and Miss Georgine Leung, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

For GSCE/Standard Grade students and teachers.

14 September 2010 To view the recording 

 

Presented by Mr Roy Ballam and Miss Georgine Leung, Education Programme Manager and Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

For A-level/Advanced Higher students and teachers.

15 September 2010  To view the recording 

 

 Insights into the National Diet and Nutrition Survey

Presented by Dr Alison Lennox, Principal Investigator Scientist at MRC Human Nutrition Research

11 October 2011 To view the recording 

 

  Love food: hate waste

Presented by Marlene Taylor

DATE To view the recording 

 

 

 New product development: from concept to product

Presented by Erica Molyneaux, Product Developer at Marks and Spencer

18 January 2012 To view the recording 

 

  New product development: marketing in retail

Presented by Kate Elliot, Director of Marketing at Marks and Spencer

15 February 2012 To view the recording 

 

  New product development: through the trends

Presented by Kay Coombes, Head of Quality, Innovation, Research and Trends at Marks and Spencer

8 February 2012 To view the recording 

 

  Nutrition in pregnancy 

Presented by Mrs Bridget Benelam, Senior Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

30 October 2011 To view the recording 

 

 Nutrition and health: lower fat products

Presented by Elaine Kessler, Product Developer at Marks and Spencer

21 October 2011 To view the recording 

 

 Nutrition and health: special diets and Coeliac Disease

Presented by Ms Helen Stevenson, Nutritionist at Marks and Spencer

16 November 2011 To view the recording 

 

 Nutrition, health and schoolchildren

Presented by Dr Elisabeth Weichselbaum, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

2 November  2011 To view the recording 

 

   Obestiy and diabetes: twin global epidemics for the 21st Century

Presented by John Wilding, Professor of Medicine and Honorary Consultant Physician, Aintree Hospital and University of Liverpool

30 October 2012 To view the recording 

 

  Omega-3 fatty acids and heart disease - Just another fishy story?

Presented by Parveen Yaqoob, Professor of Nutritional Physiology, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences, The University of Reading

17 February 2011 To view the recording 

If you have any questions about this seminar, please contact Professor Yaqoob:P.Yaqoob@reading.ac.uk

 

  Responsible farming

Presented by Steven Mclean, Agricultural Manager, Marks and Spencer

1 May 2012 To view the recording 

The presentation notes are available below.

 

  Sensory matters

Presented by Mr Roy Ballam, Education Programme Manager at the British Nutrition Foundation.

24 May 2010  To view the recording 

To view the short 'Sensory evaluation' video clip shown during the eSeminar 

 

This presentation was repeated on 9 February  To view the recording 

For further information and free teaching resources on sensory evaluation 

 

  Sports nutrition

Presented by Dr Sarah Schenker, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

14 December 2010 To view the recording 

 

   Teaching about food with 3-5 year olds

Presented by Miss Claire Theobald, Senior Education Officer at the British Nutrition Foundation

17 October 2012 To view the recording 

 

  Technical processes in food manufacture

Presented by Simon Lushey at Marks and Spencer

7 March 2012 To view the recording 

 

  The function of sugars in food

Presented by Dr Julian Cooper, British Sugar

28 February 2011 To view the recording 

If you have any questions about this seminar, please contact Dr Cooper:Julian.cooper@britishsugar.com

 

  The importance of quality in food manufacture

Presented by Cassandra Suddes, Product developer at Marks and Spencer

To view the recording 

   The science behind breadmaking 

Presented by Mark Waples, Baking technologist at Marks and Spencer

To view the recording

 

  Vegetarian nutrition

Presented by Miss Georgine Leung, Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

For GCSE/Standard Grade students and teachers.

5 October 2010  To view the recording 

 

  Vitamin D

Presented by Dr Susan Lanham-New, University of Surrey.

6 October 2010 To view the recording 

For further detail on this topic go to: http://sbms.surrey.ac.uk/nutritionandbone/

 

  Vitamins: How much is enough and can we have too much?

2 October 2013  To view the recording 

For further information about the speaker visit david-bender.co.uk

 

  What's your beef? Red meat in the diet

Presented by Dr Laura Wyness, Senior Nutrition Scientist at the British Nutrition Foundation

To view the recording