Monthly Archives: January 2020

Nutrition Evidence Database – Enhanced Study – Cancer, fasting and autophagy

INTERMITTENT FASTING appears to be beneficial as an adjunct to chemotherapy treatment in CANCER patients, and may work via AUTOPHAGY, a cellular clear up mechanism.

This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science. Read it here https://www.nutrition-evidence.com/article/30540126?term=30540126

NUTRITION EVIDENCE is open access and FREE so please have a browse through some other content whilst you are there http://www.nutrition-evidence.com

If you like what you see, why not register as a user of Nutrition Evidence and receive monthly expert-generated alerts on the latest findings in nutrition science?  The next alert is due out soon so sign up quickly, so you don’t miss out! Click on Subscribe on the database homepage.

NUTRITION EVIDENCE DATABASE – Enhanced Study – Significant Benefits for Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder with Comprehensive Nutritional Approach

A one-year trial showed significant benefits of a comprehensive nutritional regime, including EXCLUSION DIET and NUTRIENT SUPPLEMENTATION, in children and adults with autism spectrum disorder.

This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science. Read it here https://www.nutrition-evidence.com/article/29562612?term=29562612

NUTRITION EVIDENCE is open access and FREE so please have a browse through some other content whilst you are there http://www.nutrition-evidence.com

If you like what you see, why not register as a user of Nutrition Evidence and receive monthly expert-generated alerts on the latest findings in nutrition science?  The next alert is due out soon so sign up quickly, so you don’t miss out! Click on Subscribe on the database homepage.

 

Nutrition Evidence Database – Calorie Restriction and Multiple Sclerosis

Both daily and intermittent CALORIE RESTRICTION benefits patients with MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS in terms of WEIGHT LOSS and EMOTIONAL WELLBEING.  However, compliance was better with daily rather than with intermittent calorie restriction.

This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow quick and easy access to the science. Read it here

NUTRITION EVIDENCE is open access and FREE so please have a browse through some other content whilst you are there http://www.nutrition-evidence.com  If you like what you see, why not register as a user of Nutrition Evidence and receive monthly expert-generated alerts on the latest findings in nutrition science?  The next alert is due out soon so sign up quickly, so you don’t miss out! Click on Subscribe on the database homepage.

 

 

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL NOTICE 2020

Happy New Year! Today is the day that BANT membership renewals open.

We would like to thank you very much for your support throughout 2019, which has enabled us to carry out vital activities and projects on behalf of you and particularly our profession.

2020 is upon us and so too are BANT membership renewals!

BANT continues to grow and with over 3,000 members the number of activities that BANT undertakes on your behalf, particularly in the Regulatory arena also continues to grow.

To support our objectives and to ensure that BANT is at the crux of current fast-moving changes, the organisation needs your continued support. The organisation honours its pledge to not increase membership fees in 2020, despite the increase in vital activities the volunteer Directors, part-time managers and wonderful member volunteers undertake continuously on your behalf.

Click here to read the full eblast.