New UCLP© resources published October 2019.  For health professionals:  an 8-page fully referenced fact sheet summarising the latest scientific review of the evidence underpinning all components of the UCLP©.  For your patients - the UCLP© booklet: a fully revised, highly visual step-by-step guide to the UCLP©.  Full of practical solutions and exercises to help motivate and set realistic goals.

New fully referenced 8-page fact sheet summarising the key findings from the 2019 SACN Saturated Fat and Health report and exploring the implications for UK and Irish public health messaging.  The SACN's extensive review finds the evidence to strongly support the importance of reducing saturated fat intakes and highlights the significant limitations of publications often used to contradict this advice.

Updates

Will the UK achieve the 20% sugar reduction target by 2020?

Date
17 January 2020

Public Health England's latest update report of it's Sugar Reduction programme, indicates that despite improvements, more drastic action is needed if we are to achieve the government's target of a 20% sugar reduction by 2020.

Will the UK achieve the 20% sugar reduction target by 2020?

Is Veganuary helping people adopt healthy and environmentally sustainable diets?

Date
17 January 2020

Veganuary has started the new year and is now gaining in popularity. But is this initiative helping or hindering the average UK consumer to adopt healthy and sustainable eating patterns?

Is Veganuary helping people adopt healthy and environmentally sustainable diets?

Alpro Focuses on its 'No Sugars' Range

Date
17 January 2020

Alpro kick starts 2020 by focusing on its 'no sugars' range.

Alpro Focuses on its 'No Sugars' Range

The Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© - Free Webinar

Date
20 November 2019

Launched on the 30th October 2019. Heart health is high on the government agenda with a clear call to action to prioritise improving the nations dietary habits which have changed little over the last 30 years. The Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© (UCLP©) - an evidence-based and highly flexible dietary intervention - has been specifically developed to tackle heart health.

The Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© - Free Webinar

Summary & Implications of SACN's 2019 Saturated Fat & Health Report

Date
19 November 2019

SACN's final report on saturated fat and health was finally published July 2019. This new fully referenced fact sheet provides a summary of the findings and what this means for public health messaging for UK and Irish consumers.

Summary & Implications of SACN's 2019 Saturated Fat & Health Report

NEW UPDATED UCLP© RESOURCES - October 2019

Date
07 November 2019

The latest science and practical guide to the UCLP©

NEW UPDATED UCLP© RESOURCES - October 2019

Weight loss can reverse type 2 diabetes

Date
12 April 2019

Two years on, the Diabetes UK-funded Diabetes Remission Clinical Trial (DiRECT), has confirmed that losing weight is a key factor to keeping type 2 diabetes at bay.

Weight loss can reverse type 2 diabetes

Is veganism the latest fad or here to stay?

Date
21 January 2019

If we are to believe the latest headlines, veganism is now a life choice for up to 3.5 million in the UK and retailers giving more shelf space for new vegan ready meal ranges...

Is veganism the latest fad or here to stay?

The British Nutrition Foundation launches food portion sizes to support the Eatwell guide

Date
17 January 2019

14th January, saw the launch of the British Nutrition Foundation’s (BNF) practical guide to portion sizes. The guide ‘Find Your Balance’ aims to help consumers understand how much of each food should be consumed and how frequently, thus making the Eatwell guide easier to achieve. The guide uses simple hand and spoon measurements to help us estimate appropriate portions.

The British Nutrition Foundation launches food portion sizes to support the Eatwell guide

UK 10 year olds consuming 18 years’ worth of sugar

Date
16 January 2019

2nd January saw Public Health England (PHE) launch its latest Change4Life campaign – the focus not surprisingly, is sugars and the young.

UK 10 year olds consuming 18 years’ worth of sugar