(pp.01-19) B. Stevens, A. Clough, J. Judd, J. Brimbecombe and K. Watt ‘The use of a modified version of Photovoice to identify maternal dietary consumption enablers and barriers in northern Bangladesh’, IJFNPH, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016

4th January 2016

Briony Stevens; Alan Clough; Jenni Judd, James Cook University, Australia Julie Brimbecombe, Menzies School of Health Research, Australia Kerrianne Watt, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Purpose: To describe what maternal nutrition means to pregnant women living in rural areas of northern Bangladesh. Design: Photovoice methodology was modified and used in two villages in northern Bangladesh [more details]

(pp.090-102) E. Aljaaly ‘The profession and practice of nutrition and dietetics in Sudan’, IJSR, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2016

12th October 2015

Elham Aljaaly, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia Purpose: The purpose of this review is to examine the available evidence on defining professionalism and dietetic practice in Sudan. Design/Methods: A comprehensive search of six electronic databases including ISI, Medline, PubMed, EMBASE, Health Management Information Consortium (HMIC) and PsycINFO was conducted in March 2015 to find evidence [more details]

(pp.225-247) C. Salisbury and C. Robertson ‘Do public health messages impact on knowledge, diet and lifestyle choices of women during pregnancy?’, IJFNPH, Vol. 5, No. 4, 2012

28th November 2012

Cathryn Salisbury, University of Westminster, UK Claire Robertson, University of Westminster, UK Purpose: This paper summarises the scientific rationale supporting the need to promote healthy diet and lifestyle choices during pregnancy and describes a pilot study assessing the impact of public health messages on diet quality and lifestyle choices among a population of pregnant women. [more details]

(pp.265-277) B. F. Harland and D. Oberleas ‘New approaches for correcting zinc deficiency without zinc fortification’, IJFNPH, Vol. 5, No. 4, 2012

28th November 2012

Barbara F. Harland, Howard University, USA Donald Oberleas, Texas Tech University, USA Purpose: Emphatically state that zinc deficiency is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency worldwide. Introduce the Phytate: Zinc Molar Ratio as a tool for predicting zinc deficiency. To introduce the consequences or degree of severity of zinc deficiency and the ease of assessing the [more details]

(pp.003-018) A. M. Amlogu, K. Godden, I. Tewfik, S. Tewfik and C. Wambebe ‘Tailored food recipes-TFR: employing the European perspective’, IJFNPH, Vol. 5, No. 1/2/3, 2012

9th June 2012

Abraham Mainaji Amlogu, University of Westminster, London and State House Medical Centre, Nigeria Kate Godden and Ihab Tewfik, University of Westminster, London Sundus Tewfik, London Metropolitan University, London Charles Wambebe, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria Purpose: Because of increasing interest in the concept of “Functional Foods” and “Health Claims”, the European Union set up a [more details]

(pp.133-148) K. K. Kesari, R. Handa and R. Prasad ‘Effect of undernutrition on cognitive development of children’, IJFNPH, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2010

10th May 2010

Kavindra Kumar Kesari, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India Ruchika Handa & Ranu Prasad, Deemed University, India Abstract: Undernutrition is a problem worldwide, especially among infants and young children, belonging to the poor socio-economic classes. Our aim was to explore the associations between undernutrition and Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and school performance in children. A total of 150 [more details]

(pp.47-57) M. E. Zaki, N. E. Hassan, S. A. El-Masry, W. A. Kandeel and F. H. Hussien ‘Weight-for-‘stature reference data of prepubescent Egyptian children’, IJFNPH, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2010

17th February 2010

Moushira E. Zaki, Nayera E. Hassan, Sahar A. El-Masry, Wafaa A. Kandeel and Fawzia H. Hussien, National Research Centre, Egypt Abstract: Weight-for-stature is widely used as an index of recent malnutrition. The aim is to construct weight-for-stature percentile curves of prepubescent Egyptian children and to compare these curves with the revised US growth charts. In [more details]