http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMMCnBoSJzs I stumbled across this by accident this morning and it made me smile. I've done a lot of dietetic student interviews over the years and this really could be a hybrid of all the worst elements. Thank you frugaldietitian!
There have been a number of changes at the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics over 2013. The main thing that most of you will notice is that the journal is now available only online, a change that may make it less visible to many BDA members. It is important to remember though, that JHND … Continue reading Keep in touch with JHND
Student dietitians all over the world! For those who are 1st years, then welcome to the start of you career in dietetics. For are in 2nd, 3rd or 4th years then we hope your studies and placements have gone well. Evidence-based practice is essential to being a successful student and a successful dietitian. Therefore keeping … Continue reading Calling all student dietitians
For the first time, we have provided the lipid profile of standardised traditional dishes consumed in NigeriaLipid composition of some commonly consumed traditional Nigerian dishesOnanbanjo et al., 2013Burabisko (a millet based dish) had the lowest free fatty acid (0.1 mg per 100 g) and cholesterol (1. 9 mg per 100 g) contents, yam with eggs (7.1 mg per 100 g) and … Continue reading For the first t…
The September/October issue of the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics is now available at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jhn.2013.26.issue-5/issuetoc
Summer is always a tough time for journal editors and all the best laid plans about manuscript turnaround times and efficiency of processes can evaporate with the vigour of the rain from the seafront in a British coastal town. There are two problems that conspire to confound: 1. A lot of academic researchers are freed … Continue reading Summer Editorial Blues
The association between dietary patterns and type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studiesAlhazmi and colleagues report the findings of their meta-analysis that shows the strength of the relationship between dietary patterns and type 2 diabetes. The review included 15 papers which featured a measure of T2DM and dietary pattern. Dietary patterns … Continue reading Systematic review available on Early View