Nutrition Centre Blog

Nutrition Centre Blog

Health & Nutrition: Connecting with Young People

18 August 2022
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Health & Nutrition Careers podcast discussion
How can we connect with younger generations on nutrition and healthier eating? Nutrition Scientist Thomas Teh speaks to one of our graduate trainees based in Singapore about the challenges and opportunities.

Fibre Fortification Study with Creme Global

01 March 2022
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fibre fortification study podcast with creme global and tate & Lyle
Melissa Kaczmarczyk is joined by her fellow-Nutrition team colleague Ieva Laurie, and Cronan McNamara from Creme Global, discussing our peer reviewed health and nutrition data modelling study into the effects of reformulating everyday foods with added fibre.

Let’s talk fibre: Supporting the British Nutrition Foundation’s Nutrition for Life programme 

20 November 2023
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Kavita Karnik interviewed by ITN on BNF's Nutrition for Life programme
Not getting enough fibre in your diet can lead to various health implications regardless of age - from birth to adulthood and later years. Increasingly, people want to know what positive health benefits getting more fibre in their diet can contribute to.

Healthy Eating Week: an invite for making healthier choices

14 June 2023
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Couple eating healthily outdoors
Healthy Eating Week is an annual event that takes place in the UK, usually in June. The event aims to encourage people to make healthier food choices and to raise awareness about the importance of a balanced and varied diet. With Healthy Eating Week coming up 12-16 June, I wanted to share some...

3 reasons to partner with Tate & Lyle to develop nutrition education courses behind your next food innovation

22 May 2023
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Chef innovating
Companies in the food and beverage industry have the unique opportunity to lead food innovation with evidence-based science — and need strong partnerships to make it happen. With our deep scientific expertise and passion for positive impact, Tate & Lyle helps bring food innovation solutions to life...

Gut health in sports nutrition

08 March 2023
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Outdoor exerciser drinking from sports bottle
Meet Jesse. He is a third-year biomedical student at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Last summer he spent some time with Tate & Lyle as an intern with our Nutrition team. Combining his studies with his keen interest in sports, here he discusses the role nutrition plays in sport, and what...

Free digital education connects science to daily practice in Latin America

16 February 2023
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Scientists testing low no calorie sweetened beverage
For years, sugar has been a prominent ingredient in consumer diets throughout many Latin American countries. However, the current average daily intake of added sugars in the Latin America population is higher than World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations1 - which may contribute to the high...

Mediterranean Diet, the gut, and immune health: what is the relationship?

05 October 2022
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Bowl of mediterranean food
Worldwide there is a high prevalence of chronic non-communicable diseases, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and certain types of cancer. Western dietary patterns characterized by a high intake of refined food products rich in carbohydrates, especially added sugars, and...

Nutritious and Delicious 2 - Brazilian carrot cake

02 September 2022
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Brazilian carrot cake
At Tate & Lyle, we strive to help people make healthier and tastier choices when they eat and drink and lead more balanced lifestyles. To support this purpose, we have launched our Nutritious & Delicious recipe series, co-hosted by the our Global Nutrition Team's Melissa Kaczmarczyk, and Research...

How can bitter taste receptors help us to fight lung infections?

28 July 2022
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Woman drinking fruit juice
Taste receptors play a much broader role than previously assumed, impacting not only our nutritional habits but also immunity and several other physiological pathways, and have been identified as promising candidate targets of public health importance.