Our new issue is out now


Volume 29, issue 4 of the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics is now available. Papers published in this issue are:

Health Claims

Health claims using the term ‘sustained energy’ are trending but glycaemic response data are being used to support: is this misleading without context?


Pregnancy and Lactation

Relationship between polyunsaturated fatty acid levels in maternal diets and human milk in the first month post-partum

Dietary assessment among women with overweight and obesity in early postpartum

Erring on the side of caution: pregnant women’s perceptions of consuming fish in a risk averse society


Children and Families

Food acceptance and neophobia in children with phenylketonuria: a prospective controlled study

The challenges of vitamin and mineral supplementation in children with inherited metabolic disorders: a prospective trial

The Family Diet Study: a cross-sectional study into the associations between diet, food habits and body weight status in Malay families

Core food intakes of Australian children aged 9–10 years: nutrients, daily servings and diet quality in a community cross-sectional sample


Obesity and Metabolic Disorders

Estimation of energy expenditure using prediction equations in overweight and obese adults: a systematic review

Effects of low-fat milk consumption on metabolic and atherogenic biomarkers in Korean adults with the metabolic syndrome: a randomised controlled trial

The nutrition care needs of patients newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes: informing dietetic practice



Development, validation and implementation of a quantitative food frequency questionnaire to assess habitual vitamin D intake

The effects of vitamin D plus calcium supplementation on metabolic profiles, biomarkers of inflammation, oxidative stress and pregnancy outcomes in pregnant women at risk for pre-eclampsia


Professional Training

A cross-sectional study exploring the different roles of individual and group assessment methods in assessing public health nutrition competence

An observational study investigating the impact of simulated patients in teaching communication skills in preclinical dietetic students




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