Category: Nutrition, Diet and Lifestyle

Researchers at NIHR Bristol BRC Nutrition and Lifestyle theme have been awarded NIHR funding for ...

It is still unclear whether a low iodine diet improves treatment success rates for thyroid ...

Celebrating the next generation of researchers

30 May 2022

The editor of the Nutrition Reviews journal has selected an ...

Virtual reality exergaming improves attitude to exercise and reduces food intake

25 May 2022

Researchers supported by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre have shown ...

New research shows humans possess surprising nutritional intelligence

26 April 2022

Pioneering research has shed new light on what drives people’s ...

Using Omega-3 fatty acids for the treatment of major depressive disorder in adults

1 December 2021

Researchers from the National Institute for Health Research Bristol Biomedical Research ...

Exploring dietitians’ views and practice on dietary pattern advice for adults managing type 2 diabetes

24 November 2021

A new study from researchers at the National Institute for ...

Bristol childhood obesity clinic forms blueprint for national NHS pilot

16 November 2021

Children and young people with severe obesity will receive intensive ...

Dr Fiona Kinnear: Doctoral prize winner for the Faculty of Health Sciences in 2020/21

13 October 2021

Fiona Kinnear, NIHR Bristol BRC Nutrition theme PhD student, has been awarded the prize for ...

Prehabilitation to improve outcomes after major elective surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis

12 October 2021

Interventions such as eating foods that promote a strong immune system and exercises that strengthen ...

How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people living with diabetes, in their ability to manage their condition

27 September 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for people living with diabetes, causing ripple impacts ...

Co-creating communications with patient and public groups

6 September 2021

Taking a ‘less is more’ approach and not overwhelming audiences with too much information is ...

EVENT: BRC Nutrition Theme seminar

20 April 2021

21 April, 2pm: ‘Should physical activity calorie equivalent (PACE) labelling be included on food labels ...

How coronavirus made 2020 the year of the electric bike

7 January 2021

By Professor Ashley Cooper, Professor Angie Page and Jessica Bourne at the University of Bristol ...

Encouraging older people to walk more

16 October 2020

We are looking for volunteers to help us understand why some people find walking difficult. ...