Caterers are committed to providing healthier food
The Agency has been working in partnership with more than 45 major UK caterers to provide healthier choices for their customers when eating out.
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The Food Standards Agency has today published a report looking at possible implications of climate change on food policy in the UK.
The Food Standards Agency is today publishing a quick-check guide to food law, which will be updated every three months, covering all food legislation in the UK.
The Food Stanards Agency have issued advice for people following the traditional autumn pursuits of gathering wild berries and mushrooms.
Research article which provides evidence to show that exclusive breastfeeding for six months protects against infections in infancy. The article abstract is available free online but you will need a subscription to access the full article.
The NHS National Institute for Health Research is seeking researchers to assess the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of community farms, gardens, and allotments in improving health and wellbeing? Deadline for submissions is 8 December 2010
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The NICE Citizens Council, has voted in favour of supporting incentives to change behaviour. One scheme examined was a programme offering cash to individuals for losing weight, like the scheme being piloted in East Kent. This review is now out for consultation with the wider public.
On the 01/10/10, the Fit as a Fiddle project will enter its 4th year and will be looking for new PA and HE projects to support and work in partnership with. Please contact Tory Lawrence, Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel (0790) 1635033
The Infant & Toddler Forum have released the 'Ten Steps for Healthy Toddlers', providing simple, practical advice that will help encourage healthy and happy mealtimes for 1-3 year olds.
French and British experts say people with both conditions could be four times more likely to die from heart or circulatory disease.