Books and Reports

Wyness L, Stanner S, Buttriss J (Editors) of the British Nutrition Foundation’s Task Force report ‘Nutrition and Development: Short and long-term consequences for health’. 2013. Oxford, Wiley Blackwell.

 

McArdle HJ, Wyness L, Gambling L. ‘Normal growth and development’ Chapter in the British Nutrition Foundation’s Task Force report ‘Nutrition and Development: Short and long-term consequences for health’. 2013. Oxford, Wiley Blackwell.

 

Wyness L. Nutritional aspects of red meat in the diet. Chapter in: Nutrition and Climate Change: Major issues confronting the meat industry. 2011. Wood JD and Rowlings C (Editors) Nottingham. UK, Nottingham University Press.

Scientific Journals and Magazines

 

Revuelta Iniesta R, Wyness L, Wilson D. A systematic review of N-3 and N-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid concentration in childhood cancer patients and associated clinical outcomes. EC Nutrition 2019; 14(9): 709-22.

Wyness L. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD): Nutrition and lifestyle advice. Network Health Digest 2017; Issue 128: 37-41.

Norris C, Clapham M, Davidson I, Wyness L. Daily nutrient intake based on lunchtime meal type in a group of 11-14 year old Scottish schoolchildren. EC Nutrition 2016; 4.2: 825-35.

 

Norris C, Clapham M, Davidson I, Wyness L. School meal contribution to nutrient intake amongst 11-14 year old Scottish schoolchildren. EC Nutrition 2016; 4.2: 836-44.

 

Wyness L. Vitamin supplementation and nutrition during pregnancy and breastfeeding. British Journal of Midwifery 2015; 23(10): 695-701.

 

Wyness L. The role of red meat in the diet: nutrition and health. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0029665115004267

 

Stockton A, Al-Dujaili E, McDougall G, Davidson I, Drummond S and Wyness L. Effect of pomegranate extract consumption on cardiovascular disease risk factors, stress hormones, and quality of life in human volunteers: An exploratory randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. EC Nutrition 2015 2.4: 396-411. https://www.ecronicon.com/ecnu/pdf/ECNU-02-000057.pdf

 

Wyness L, Lemmon F, Arvanitidou I, Bannerman E, Davidson I and Jones J. Domains of fatigue are associated with poor performance and Sarcopenia in older Scottish adults. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 2015 74: E157.

 

Jones J, Lemmon F, Arvanitidou I, Bannerman E, Davidson I and Wyness L. Screening for Sarcopenia and Sarcopenic obesity in the community Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 2015 74: E160.

 

Wyness L. Getting nutrition right during pregnancy. 2014 [Health professional article prepared for Aptamil Professional] Available from: https://www.aptamilprofessional.co.uk/breastfeeding/articles/article/getting-the-right-nutrition-during-pregnancy. 

 

Wyness L. Getting the nutrition right during breastfeeding. 2014 [Health professional article prepared for Aptamil Professional] Available from: https://www.aptamilprofessional.co.uk/breastfeeding/articles/article/getting-the-right-nutrition-during-breastfeeding.

 

Wyness L. Nutrition in early life and risk of asthma and allergic disease. British Journal of Community Nursing 2014; 19(7): 28-32.

 

Wyness L. Nutritional issues of vulnerable groups around pregnancy. British Journal of Midwifery 2014; 22(2): 94-104.

 

Williamson C and Wyness L. Nutritional requirements in pregnancy and use of dietary supplements. Community Practitioner 2013; 86(8): 44–6.

 

Wells V, Wyness L, Coe S. The British Nutrition Foundation’s 45th Anniversary Conference: Behaviour change in relation to healthier lifestyles. Nutrition Bulletin 2013; 38(1): 100-7.

 

Watson R and Wyness L. ‘Don’t tell me what to eat!’ – Ways to engage the population in positive behaviour change. Nutrition Bulletin 2013; 38(1): 23-9.

 

Wyness L and O’Connor A. Emerging science. Nutrition Bulletin 2013; 38(1): 115-9.

 

Wyness L and Mooney R. ProSafeBeef conference: Advancing beef safety through research and innovation. Nutrition Bulletin 2012; 37(2): 160-4.

 

O’Connor A and Wyness L. A summary of findings from the 5-year ProSafeBeef project. Nutrition Bulletin 2012; 37(1): 72-7.

 

Wyness L Buttriss J, Stanner S. Reducing the population’s sodium intake: the Food Standard Agency’s salt reduction programme. Public Health Nutrition 2012; 15(2): 254-61.

 

Wyness L. Diet during pregnancy can lead to obesity in offspring. Nutrition Bulletin 2011; 36(3): 367-9.

 

Wyness L. How much red meat should we eat? Nutrition Bulletin 2011; 36(2): 34-77.

 

Wyness L. Understanding red meat intake in the diet. Practice Nursing 2011; 22(4): 202- 4.

 

Wyness L, Weichselbaum E, O’Connor A et al. Red meat in the diet: An update. Nutrition Bulletin 2011; 36(1): 34-77.

 

Wyness L. Is moderate alcohol consumption less likely to lead to weight gain? Nutrition Bulletin 2010; 35(3): 213-5.

 

Weichselbaum E, Wyness L, Stanner S. Apple polyphenols and cardiovascular disease – a review of the evidence. Nutrition Bulletin 2010; 35(2).

 

Benelam B and Wyness L. Hydration and health: A review. Nutrition Bulletin 2010; 35(1): 3-25.

 

Wyness L. Understanding the role of diet in type 2 diabetes prevention. British Journal of Community Nursing 2009; 14(9):374-9.

Presentations

 

Institute of Food Science & Technology, Scotland Branch annual event

'The role and impact of the media in presenting the scientific evidence' Dunfermline, Jun 2018 

Food Matters Live Industry Briefing - 'Peruvian superfoods in the British diet' Edinburgh, Jun 2017

Scotland’s Foodscape - A symposium investigating the significance of food in Scotland

‘Ancient grains for modern palates: the resurrection of Scottish beremeal’ Edinburgh, Apr 2016

The Nutrition Society - The future of animal products in the human diet

‘The role of red meat in the diet: nutrition and health’ Nottingham, Jul 2015

 

Argentina Association of Animal Production - 1st Joint Meeting of ASAS-APPA

‘Nutritional benefits of red meat and its place in a sustainable diet’ Buenos Aires, Oct 2011

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