Sugar and diet – a taxing problem?
University of Plymouth news: Sugar is the new villain of the Western diet - but is taxation the answer? Dr. Gail Rees discusses the issues.
Nutrition and fertility after weight loss (metabolic) surgery
University of Plymouth research: Nutrition and fertility after weight loss (metabolic) surgery. Investigating dietary intake, fertility and pregnancy in women of reproductive age following weight loss surgery
BSc (Hons) Dietetics
Healthy eating, nutrition and lifestyles are becoming key issues in today’s society. By focussing on the impact of food and nutrition on health, you'll use your knowledge and skills to make a difference to people’s lives.
Trust a Dietitian to know about nutrition
University of Plymouth:Trust a Dietitian to know about nutrition, by Professor Mary Hickson, Professor in Dietetics
Feeding the footballers – the role of a sports nutritionist
Feeding the footballers – the role of a sports nutritionist. As the World Cup reaches the knockout stages, two academics at the University of Plymouth explain how player diets can be the difference between the next round and the plane home.
Jordyn Read - student profile
Jordyn Read, BSc (Hons) Dietetics student at Plymouth University.
Survey of toddlers' teeth shows ticking time bomb
Plymouth University news: After the publication by Public Health England of the first ever survey of oral health in three-year olds, Dr. Gail Rees and Dr. Robert Witton examine the consequences
Prestigious highly commended award for Plymouth University student
Plymouth University news: A student from Plymouth University School of Biomedical and Healthcare Sciences has won a highly commended award from the prestigious Henry Kitchener Prize 2015, for her essay on diet and mental ill-health
Dental students support parents and toddlers on healthy eating
Plymouth University news: Dental students from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry are working with parents and toddlers in Plymouth to promote healthy eating and good oral health