The Nutrition Society had the pleasure of sponsoring the ‘One Nutrition Symposium’ at this year’s British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) 2022 conference. If you missed the opportunity to view the symposium, the Nutrition Society Training Academy (NSTA) is offering Nutrition Society members complimentary access to the symposium. The symposium created a platform for open and varied discussion from circular food systems to food labelling to precision feeding and holistic farming.
Symposium speakers and titles:
- Following the science from start to finish, we can’t just pick the bits that suit!
- Professor John Brameld, Nutrition Society
- Sustaining a viable food chain requires an evidence based holistic approach
- Emeritus Professor Maggie Gill, University of Aberdeen
- The need for greater understanding of delivering existing and novel food products without negative impacts on human and planetary health
- Dr John Gilliland, Devenish
- Alternative proteins for animal and human nutrition
- Professor Andy Salter, University of Nottingham
- Food systems solutions for reducing animal product food waste in households
- Dr Christian Reynolds, City University of London
- Are plant-based diets the silver bullet? Evidence from a sustainability, health and resilience angle
- Dr Pauline Scheelbeek, University of London
- The nutritional value of milk (and meat?) to human health and how this is reflected in consumer information
- Professor Ian Givens, University of Reading
- Current law, policy & consumer driving current food labels, exploring how to create a change in food labelling to incorporate future carbon calculations.
- Kate Halliwell, Food & Drink Federation
- Discussion: Fit for the future? What are the key actions to take forward to create a sustainable holistic feed and food system? What is the balance?
- Professor John Brameld and Maggie Gill
- Lectures 2
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 182
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes