"...all doctors should be able to diagnose and treat nutritional deficiencies."

Royal College of Physicians. Nutrition and Patients: A Doctor's Responsibility. London 2002


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References and Further Reading

References Used in www.stewartnutrition.co.uk


  1. Royal College of Physicians.  Nutrition and Patients: A Doctor’s Responsibility.  London, 2002.
  2. Department of Health.  Dietary Reference Values for Food Energy and Nutrients for the United Kingdom     HMSO.   London 1991
  3. Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike M, Ross CA. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease.  Ninth Edition.  Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.  Philadelphia, 1999.
  4. Garrow JS, James WPT, Ralph A.  Human Nutrition and Dietetics.  10th Edition.  Churchill Livingstone.  Edinburgh. 2000
  5. Ed. Machlin LJ.  Handbook of Vitamins.  Dekker. New York. 1984.
  6. Ed. Ramakrishnan U.  Nutritional Anaemias. CRC Press. Boca Raton.  2000
  7. Food Standards Agency.  Manual of Nutrition.  The Stationery Office.  London.  1995.
  8. Kumar P and Clark M.  Clinical Medicine Fifth Edition. W.B. Saunders.  Edinburgh. 2002.  ISBN: 0-702-02579-8
  9. Groff JL and Gropper SS. Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism Third Edition. Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. Belmont California. 2000. ISBN:  0-534-55521-7
  10. Lininger SW Gaby AR, Austin S, Batz F, Yarnell E, Brown DJ and Constantine G.  A-Z guide to drug-herb-vitamin interactions.  Prima Publishing.  Roseville California. 1999.  ISBN:  0-7615-1599-2
  11. Hendler SS and Rorvik D.  PDR (Physicians Desk Reference) for Nutritional Supplements.  Thomson PDR.  Montvale New Jersey.  2001. ISBN: 1-56363-364-7
  12. Jellin JM, Gregory PJ, Batz F, Hitchens K, et al.  Pharmacist’s Letter/Prescriber’s Letter Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. 8th ed. Stockton CA; Therapeutic Research Faculty: 2006.
  13. Food Standards Agency (2002) McCance and Widdowson’s The Composition of Foods, Sixth summary edition. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry
  14. Food Standards Agency (2002) McCance and Widdowson’s The Composition of Foods, Sixth summary edition. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry
  15. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food. (1998) Fatty Acids. Seventh supplement to the 5th edition of McCance and Widdowson’s The Composition of Foods. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge.
  16. World Health Organisation, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.  Guidelines on food fortification with micronutrients.  Eds. Allen L, de Benoist B, Dary, O and Hurrell R.  WHO/FAO. 2006 Geneva.
  17. Institute of Medicine of the National Acadamies.  Dietary Reference Intakes: The Essential Guide to Nutrient Requirements.  Eds. Otten JJ, Pitzi Hellwig J and Meyers LD. 2006. Washington DC
  18. World Health Organization. Iodine Deficiency in Europe: a continuing public health problem.  Eds. Andersson M, de Benoist B, Darnton-Hill I and Delange F.  WHO. 2007. Geneva.

British and United Kingdom Nutrition Survey Data

  1. Department of Health and Social Security.  Report on Health in Old Age.  London. HMSO, 1979.
  2. Gregory J, Foster K, Tyler H, Wiseman M.  The Dietary and Nutritional Survey of British Adults. London: HMSO, 1990.
  3. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food. The Dietary Survey of British Adults - Further Analysis. London: HMSO, 1994.
  4. Gregory JR, Collins DL, Davies PSW, Hughes JM, Clarke PC.  National Diet and Nutrition Survey: children aged 1.5 - 4.5 years.  Volume I: report of the diet and nutrition survey. London: HMSO, 1995.
  5. Finch S, Doyle W, Lowe C, Bates CJ, Prentice A, Smithers G, Clarke PC. National Diet and Nutrition Survey: people aged 65 years and over:  Volume I; Report of the diet and nutrition survey. London; The Stationery Office, 1998
  6. Gregory J, Lowe S, Bates, CJ, Prentice A, Jackson LV, Smithers G, Wenlock R, Farron M.  National Diet and Nutrition Survey: young people aged 4 to 18 years. Volume I: Report of the diet and nutrition survey. London. The Stationery Office, 2000.
  7. Henderson L, Gregory J, and Swan G.  The National Diet and Nutrition Survey: adults aged 19 to 64 years.  Volume 1: Types and quantities of foods consumed.  TSO (London 2002).
  8. Henderson L, Gregory J, Irving K and Swan G.  The National Diet and Nutrition Survey: adults aged 19 to 64 years.  Volume 2: Energy, protein, carbohydrate, fat and alcohol intake.  TSO (London 2003)
  9. Henderson L, Irving K, Gregory J, Bates C J, Prentice A, Perks J, Swan G, Farron M.  The National Diet and Nutrition Survey: adults aged 19 to 64 years.  Volume 3: Vitamin and Mineral intake and urinary analytes.  TSO (London 2003)
  10. Ruston D, Hoare J, Henderson L, Gregory J, Bates CJ, Prentice A, Birch M, Swan G and Farron M. The National Diet and Nutrition Survey: adults aged 19 to 64 years.  Volume 4: Nutritional status (anthropometry and blood analytes), blood pressure and physical activity.  TSO (London 2004)

Other UK Reports

  1. Department of Health.  Folic Acid and the Prevention of Disease. The Stationery Office.  London, 2000.
  2. Ed. Elia M.  Guidelines for Detection and Management of Malnutrition.  Malnutrition Advisory Group for BAPEN.  PO BOX 922, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 4SH.  2000
  3. British Nutrition Foundation.  Undernutrition in the UK. BNF. 52-54 High Holborn, London WC1V 6RQ.  2003
  4. Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals. Safe Upper Levels for Vitamins and Minerals.  Food Standards Agency. London 2003.  ISBN: 1-904026-11-7
  5. Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition.  Review of Dietary Advice on Vitamin A. TSO. London 2005

Reference Web Sites

Academic and Information Sites
http://lpi.oregonstate.edu the website of the Linus Pauling Institute with good information on micronutrients
http://ods.od.nih.gov  The expert web site of the US National Institutes of Health, which though very good is slightly incomplete
http://dietarysupplements.mlm.nih.gov/dietary/ingred.jsp detailed information about the specific ingredients of nutritional supplements that are on sale in the US with listing of medical reports via Pub Med of reports of adverse effects for each constituent.  The information is at times detailed and requires scientific/medical background for full interpretation.
www.nice.org.UK/CG032 the web site of The National Centre for Health and Clinical Excellence which gives good guidelines on Nutrition Assessment and Support
www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search the United State Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference (current issue no. 20)
www.who.int/vmnis/en/ the World Health Organisation Vitamin and Mineral Information Service providing data on iodine, anaemia and iron and vitamin A status of populations around the world
www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/index.html  Information sheets on nutrition and health from the British Dietetic Association
www.bapen.org.uk British Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
www.cochrane.org/reviews/en/index.html an alphabetical listing of all the Cochrane Database Reviews of numerous treatments including dietary and nutrition supplement interventions.
www.mayoclinic.com/health/drug-information/HealthIndex award winning web site of long established clinic in the US that provides excellent information about the uses and safety of nutritional supplements and herbs

Food and Nutrition Sites

www.nutrition.org.uk  (British Nutrition Foundation)
www.bhf.org.uk  (British Heart Foundation)
www.ias.org.uk (Institute of Alcohol Studies)

Other Sites

www.hfma.co.uk the web site of the Health Food Manufacturer’s Association that represent the interests of their members who are responsible for producing food supplements in the UK.

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