Useful links


British Dietetic Association

Professional association and trade body for dieticians. You can find out how to get in touch with a registered dietician or nutritionist. Site also includes a comprehensive range of Food Factsheets on a range of nutrition topics which are not only used by the profession but also by the wider public and media too. Their news section is also a good source of up to date views and news.



British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)

Site with a large amount of resources related to nutrition, including comprehensive details of their education programmes and resources for schools, nutrition facts and news. Publications and events are also listed as well as details of BNF activities.




Change4Life is a society-wide movement that aims to prevent people from becoming overweight by encouraging them to eat better and move more. Lots of excellent resources to use with families and children



Coeliac Society

Run by the charity, the site provides information and advice on Coeliac disease. It covers areas such as medical information, news, information specifically for youth, research, local interest groups and relevant links for more information.



Flour Advisory Bureau

Great site with lots of information relating to flour and bread including a blog, step by step cooking guides, great recipes, tips for successful baking, nutritional information and flour and bread facts. You can also find out more about all of the difference types of bread and flour available in the UK.


Institute of Food Science and Technology

The IFST site provides information about their Special Interest Groups and gives position statements on current food-related topics.


UK Flour Millers

UK Flour Millers (formerly nabim) is the trade association that represents the interests of the flour milling industry. Its role as a representative body for the industry includes collating and sharing the collective views and position of its members. As the ‘industry voice’, UK Flour Millers speak on behalf of its members to government, policy makers, the media and other stakeholders.


 NHS Choices – Live Well

Website with hundreds of articles on dozens of topics, full of tips and information on keeping yourself and your family healthy.


Whole Grain Goodness is an independent, not-for-profit campaign. Here you will find everything you need to know about whole grains, including how they’re beneficial to your health and delicious recipe ideas.Launched in 2004 by AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, this campaign about whole grains aims to increase awareness of the culinary and nutritional benefits of whole grains (e.g. whole wheat and oats) as part of a healthy balanced diet, and to inspire people to eat them every day.