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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.
BANT Wellbeing Guidelines are evidenced-based guidelines providing information on nutrition and lifestyle measures when personalised advice is not possible. The guidelines are equally well suited as the starting point for use by Nutritional Therapists and healthcare professionals to further personalise the recommendations to their clients and patients.
Welcome to the April edition of the BANT ENews. In this month’s issue our feature article focuses on BANT’s recent response to the Functional Dietetics consultation; Abir Hamza-Goodacre takes us through a Day in the Life of the Membership Support… Read More >
Welcome to the March edition of the BANT ENews. In this month’s issue, we have an infinitely useful feature article on culinary herbs. Satu Jackson, BANT Operations Director provides a quick overview of highlights from our successful AGM. Miguel Mateas… Read More >
BANT was interested to see today’s news about eating 10 pieces of fruit or veg everyday, and how most people would find it difficult to fit this recommendation into their diet. Whilst this may be true for some, it is… Read More >
Welcome to the February edition of the BANT ENews. In this month’s issue our fascinating feature article and video of the month both discuss the positive side of Helminths (intestinal worms). Emma Hendricks our Centre of Excellence Manager gives us… Read More >
BANT welcomes the publication of the study by Martineau et al., which concluded that taking “Vitamin D supplementation was safe and it protected against acute respiratory tract infection overall. Patients who were very vitamin D deficient and those not receiving… Read More >