Energy and nutrients catch-up

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

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

 

Vitamin D

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

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?

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

For further details about the speaker go to: david-bender.co.uk