Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 76 Issue 1

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a new look at mushrooms

W.A. Hayes

Gathering edible mushrooms from the fields and forest is nowadays more of a leisure activity than a serious search for food. When man's survival depended on his searches for the…

Whither Nutrition?

A. Neuberger

Our present knowledge of nutrition is largely based on the enormous number of important discoveries which were made in the first 40 years of this century. During that time, it was…

Fight against FATNESS

Margaret Ashwell

In Part I of this article, I reviewed the contribution made by drugs, both thermogenic and anorectic, to the business of weight reduction. All these have one thing in common …

TEACH‐IN No. 13: ALCOHOL

Gaston L.S. Pawan

The primary alcohol, ethanol, and its effects in man have been of considerable interest since ancient times. In recent years, for social, scientific, medical and legal reasons…

National Food Survey

Patterns of household food consumption can be seen from these figures derived from the survey conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, in the second quarter…

Sources of supply for food in the U.K.

Just over half the United Kingdom's food requirements are produced within the United Kingdom or about two‐thirds of all the kinds of food that can be grown in our climate. The…

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ISSN:

0034-6659

Online date, start – end:

1971

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Vijay Ganji