Energy and nutrients catch-up

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Early years teacher CPD

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Primary school teacher CPD

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Secondary teacher CPD

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Energy and nutrients catch-up

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Diet and health catch-up

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Ingredients and food science catch-up

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Food and farming catch-up

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Food production and processing

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BNF Annual Lectures

Catch-up on previous BNF Annual Lectures.

NC (England) Training

Find out about our training to support Cooking and nutrition in the new NC (England).

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

Presented by Doctor James Stubbs, Slimming World


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


Annual Lecture 2011 How much food does man require?:

New insights

Presented by Professor Jeya Henry


Calcium and health

Presented by: Dr Gail Goldberg, Senior Research Scientist, Nutrition and Bone Health Research Group, MRC Human Nutrition Research


Energy - a balancing act

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

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


Introduction to nutrition

For GSCE/Standard Grade students and teachers.

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


Introduction to nutrition

For A-level/Advanced Higher students and teachers.

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


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

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Vitamin D

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

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

Presented by David A Bender, Emeritus Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry, University College London

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