We have several papers pre-published in Early View today, which can be accessed direct at the links below. Remember, if you like them, cite them!ReviewsA systematic review and meta-analysis of interventions for weight management using text messagingG. Siopis, T. Chey and M. Allman-Farinelli Nutrition in early life and the programming of adult disease: a reviewS. C. … Continue reading New on Early View today.
The Rose Simmonds AwardThe Award for the year 2014 will be given for:A DIETITIAN’S ORIGINAL RESEARCH PUBLICATION IN 2013Those entering the Award should be aware of the following criteria:The dietitian must be an acknowledged author and the published work must be addressed toprofessional colleagues. It is anticipated that this scientific work would encompass findings,results, outcomes … Continue reading The Rose Simmonds Award- £2000 for a publication by a BDA member
I have been doing some reorganisation of material on the blog, that most people won't notice, but one new feature is the Letters to @JHND Editor page. We very much welcome comments on JHND papers, the journal in general and anything else that might appeal to the broader community of JHND readers. Please feel happy … Continue reading New letters and commentary section for JHND Notes!
The Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics has published a virtual issue in collaboration with Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Like all of our virtual issues Coeliac disease: pathogenesis, prognosis and management provides access to a collection of free to access articles.Another collaborative virtual issue produced with the Journal of Clinical Nursing will be published shortly.
WebDASC: a web-based dietary assessment software for 8–11-year-old Danish children. Biltoft-Jensen, A., Trolle, E., Christensen, T., Islam, N., Andersen, L. F., Egenfeldt-Nielsen, S. and Tetens, I. (2014), WebDASC: a web-based dietary assessment software for 8–11-year-old Danish children. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 27: 43–53.Background: The present study describes the development and formative evaluation of the Web-based Dietary … Continue reading Evaluating children’s diets online.
A review of the mechanisms and effectiveness of dietary polyphenols in reducing oxidative stress and thrombotic risk. Santhakumar, Bulmer and Singh.Dietary sources of polyphenols, which are derivatives and/or isomers of flavones, isoflavones, flavonols, catechins and phenolic acids, possess antioxidant properties and therefore might be important in preventing oxidative-stress-induced platelet activation and attenuating adverse haemostatic function. … Continue reading In our February issue
Out nowThe first issue of JHND 27 is now available online.
Dear Editor We read with interest the article by O’Connor, Walton and Flyn reporting water intakes in Irish adults (published on line 6th Dec 2013, O’Connor L., Walton J. & Flynn A. Water intakes and dietary sources of a nationally representative sample of Irish adults. J Hum Nutr. Diet. doi:10.1111/jhn.12189). They drew attention to the important fact … Continue reading A response to Water intakes and dietary sources of a nationally representative sample of Irish adults.
Special Issue: Developing technological solutions for dietary assessment in children and young people.This supplement of JHND was edited by Ashley Adamson and Tom Baranowski.Read their editorial here.
JHND have just accepted this paper. It supports the view that energy consumed from sugar-sweetened beverages has a greater obesogenic effect in children, than energy consumed from solid foods. The work isn't yet available on Early View, but keep a look out for it in a few weeks. I will post the link once it … Continue reading Something else for the sugar debate