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The British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) is a professional body for Registered Nutrition Practitioners. 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 Nutrition Practitioners. 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 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 Registered Nutrition Practitioners and healthcare professionals to further personalise the recommendations to their clients and patients.
A recent cross-sectional study showed that well-planned VEGETARIAN and VEGAN diets, with supplementation, can meet the dietary requirements of athletes. This paper has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary to allow… Read More >
NUTRITION EVIDENCE ALERT SENT IN COLLABORATION WITH NUTRIENTS Welcome to the November edition of the Nutrition Evidence Alert. We’ve picked out 8 newly released articles in nutrition research for you, helping to keep you up-to-date with new findings and developments. Our focus is… Read More >
AMLA, a fruit commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine, may help those with abnormal FAT METABOLISM, according to a recent high-quality clinical trial. This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRTION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary… Read More >
GLUTAMINE, a simple dietary supplement, may help reduce severe side effects in those undergoing radio- and chemotherapy for non-small cell LUNG CANCER. This study has been BANT enhanced on the NUTRITION EVIDENCE database to provide a full plain language summary… Read More >
Low fat – High fat? The controversy goes on. The long-term follow-up of a large clinical trial finds that a LOW-FAT DIET is associated with a lower rate of death from or after BREAST CANCER. This study has been BANT… Read More >