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  1. Recommended for Purchase 2 items
    1. Introduction to human nutrition - Michael J. Gibney, Nutrition Society (Great Britain) 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended for purchase

    2. Introduction to human nutrition - Michael J. Gibney, H. H. Vorster, Aiden Cassidy, Nutrition Society (Great Britain) 2009

      Book Recommended for purchase

  2. Essential Reading 9 items
    1. Nutrition at a glance - Mary E. Barasi 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    2. Nutrition at a glance - Mary E. Barasi 2007

      Book Essential

    3. Metabolic regulation: a human perspective - K. N. Frayn, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    4. Fundamentals of human nutrition: for students and practitioners in the health sciences - Catherine Geissler, Hilary J. Powers 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    5. Fundamentals of human nutrition: for students and practitioners in the health sciences - Catherine Geissler, Hilary J. Powers 2009

      Book Essential

    6. Essentials of human nutrition - Jim Mann, A. Stewart Truswell c2012

      Book Further

    7. Essentials of human anatomy & physiology - Elaine Nicpon Marieb, Suzanne M. Keller 2018

      Book Essential 12th edition. Earlier editions also available.

    8. Essentials of human anatomy & physiology - Elaine Nicpon Marieb, Suzanne M. Keller 2018 (electronic resource)

      Book  12th edition ebook (1 user licence)

    9. Tortora's Principles of anatomy & physiology - Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan Derrickson 2017

      Book  15th edition

  3. Reading for patch 1 Eatwell guide 29 items
    Reading that will be vital to read in preparing your assignment work
    1. Achieving recommendations: is this a route to improving both sustainability and healthy eating? - J. I. Harland, J. Buttriss, S. Gibson 12/2012

      Article  This may be useful in preparing patch 1

    2. Designing the eatwell week: the application of eatwell plate advice to weekly food intake - Wilma S Leslie, Fiona Comrie, Michael EJ Lean, Catherine R Hankey 2013-5

      Article  For patch 1

    3. Reading for patch 2 3 items
    4. Reading for patch 3 1 item
      This is the article to review for patch 3
      1. Satiation, satiety and their effects on eating behaviour - B. Benelam 06/2009

        Article Essential This is the article that you should read and review to produce Patch 3.

    5. Reading for patch 4 11 items
      Select which sources are appropriate for the topic that you have chosen
      1. Food combinations for cholesterol lowering - Janice I. Harland 12/2012

        Article  If you have chosen CVD

      2. Nutritional implications of obesity and dieting - C. H. S. Ruxton 06/2011

        Article  For work on obesity

      3. Diet, vegetarianism, and cataract risk - P. N. Appleby, N. E. Allen, T. J. Key 01/05/2011

        Article  If you have chosen eye health

  4. Further Reading 5 items
    1. Infant and young child feeding: challenges to implementing a global strategy - Fiona Dykes, Victoria Hall Moran, MyiLibrary 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    2. Clinical nutrition in practice - Nicholas Katsilambros, MyiLibrary 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. Nutrition: a lifespan approach - S. C. Langley-Evans 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  5. Day 2 12 items
    1. Global nutrition transition and the pandemic of obesity in developing countries - Barry M Popkin, Linda S Adair, Shu Wen Ng 01/2012

      Article  iF you have chosen to write about obesity

  6. Day 3 5 items
  7. Day 4 1 item
  8. Day 5 20 items
    1. Sugar Industry and Coronary Heart Disease Research - Cristin E. Kearns, Laura A. Schmidt, Stanton A. Glantz 01/11/2016

      Article