Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 97 Issue 4


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Vitamin B6

David A. Bender

Average intakes of vitamin B6 are equal to, or greater than, reference nutrient intakes and clinical deficiency disease due to inadequate dietary intake is unknown. Although there…


Postcard from the edge ‐ the African experience

Marie McGrath

Reports on a nutritional survey and a review of a feeding programme operating in Sierra Leone. Features the author’s experiences and feelings with regard to the transition from…


Assessing and managing fishery resources

Mike Pawson

CEFAS, the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, is responsible for providing the scientific advice required to manage the exploitation of fisheries resources…


Helicobacter pylori and its role in peptic ulcer disease

Anthony E. Griffiths, Marjorie M. Walker

The majority of peptic ulcers are associated with Helicobacter pylori infection and it is now clear that eradication of H. pylori dramatically reduces ulcer recurrence. Other…


Food allergies and intolerances: an update

Mabel Blades

Notes that people with food allergies and intolerances may not always receive great sympathy from health professionals. Underlines the importance of treating these problems…


Food science at South Bank University

Martin Chaplin, Tom Coultate

Focuses on teaching and research in the field of food science and technology at South Bank University, featuring the content of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate…

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