Know about what you eat

9th January 2004 at 00:00
If we really are what we eat, we can never know too much about our food.

The British Nutrition Foundation already offers posters on topics such as healthy breakfasts, the role of diet in coronary heart disease and the cook-chill chain involved in preparing convenience meals. BNF PowerPoint presentations now offer concise updates on related concepts. Each is about a dozen screens long. You can learn about smart foods such as meat analogues; watch the digestive system in action from mouth to stomach to intestine and beyond; or find out about the rules that govern what we read on food labels in shops and markets. The BNF posters and PowerPoint presentations can be downloaded at: www.nutrition.org.uk

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