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The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) is the professional body for Registered Nutritional Therapists. Its primary function is to assist its members in attaining the highest standards of integrity, knowledge, competence and professional practice, in order to protect the client’s interests, nutritional therapy and the Registered Nutritional Therapist. BANT offers a wide range of benefits to student and full members and has its finger on the pulse for any changes or new developments within this dynamic profession.


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BANT August News Goes Live
24 August 2015

Welcome to the August issue of BANT News. This month we have received many interesting and unique contributions, making the last of our summer issues positively overflowing with fascinating content and informative articles for our readers. We hope you enjoy… Read More >


BANT is Recruiting a Volunteer Manager
21 August 2015

Volunteers are pivotal to the future of BANT and its goal to develop the Nutritional Therapy profession. The Volunteering Manager will be responsible for developing and managing the volunteer community under the strategic guidance of the Volunteering Director. This role… Read More >


What is a ‘Nutrient’? Consultation – Closing Date 21 August 2015
4 August 2015

Defining a ‘nutrient’ better fit for purpose in the age of genomics and metabolomics is now a priority. We need a fuller biological description so that we can ask more questions, for example are there are other substances which should… Read More >

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BANT July News Goes Live
20 July 2015

Welcome to the second issue of summer’s BANT News. Inside it you’ll find information on the imminent Healthy Eating Plates and associated poster suite, BANT Member diagnostic test discounts, a great opportunity to volunteer at camexpo and the second webinar… Read More >


Sugar tax? Health economics demands ALL unhealthy foods be VATable
17 July 2015

The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy says a tax on all unhealthy food would disincentivise consumption and ‘provide tax receipts towards health care expenditure’. The British Medical Association wants a 20% tax on sugary drinks. We now know that excess… Read More >

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