We’re pleased to reveal the launch of our Peruvian version of myfood24, adding to our expanding collection of internationally tailored tools for research.
It was a pleasure to attend this year’s Nutrition Society international conference about challenges in a changing world, and our founder Prof Janet Cade shares some of her conference highlights.
Dietary Assessment is very excited to announce that we’ve ranked within the top 20 of a new BusinessCloud annual ranking!
With great excitement, we can announce that researchers at The University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway will examine the usability of myfood24 as a data collection tool for intended use in a planned lifestyle intervention study.
We’re thrilled to welcome the talents of two new members to the Dietary Assessment Ltd team.
After months of development, we’re excited to announce that the Arabic version of myfood24 is now available and ready to support nutritional analysis in the Middle East!
Believed to be the first large-scale study of its kind, researchers from the Nutritional Epidemiology Group at the University of Leeds have investigated whether what we eat could increase the risk of dementia, finding some interesting and hypothesis generating results.