Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 74 Issue 1


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Maternal and infantile obesity

Donald J. Naismith

One of the earliest reports of the relationship between obesity and reproduction was a study of the circumstances under which 40 women became overweight as a result of pregnancy…


N.L. Kent

Co‐operative research for the flour milling and baking industries is carried out by the Flour Milling and Baking Research Association (FMBRA). The FMBRA started its existence…

Feeding old people

A conference on catering for the elderly is being planned by the Geriatric Nutrition Unit of Queen Elizabeth College, London University. It will be a one day conference on Friday…

Vitamin D and kidney disease

When functioning correctly, the kidney turns vitamin D into a substance which strengthens the bones. In people with kidney disease, this may not happen and may lead to brittle…

Harmonising our food regulations

The regulations controlling the use of colours in food are the first of this country's laws relating to the composition or labelling of food, or the additives used in food, to be…

Teach‐in No 6:Economics of good nutrition

Johanna Senior, Dilys Wells

Nowadays it is not particularly low‐income families that are obliged to consider economies, most families are involved. At a time when the food products on the supermarket shelves…

Food science at work

C.T. Greenwood

Dr. Greenwood introduced his paper by defining food science as the application of the basic scientific disciplines, including biology, microbiology, chemistry, physics and…

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