Bioscience Entry Course modules are designed to enable students to gain access to Higher Education (HE) qualifications such as the undergraduate 'BSc (hons) Nutritional Science' programme and the postgraduate 'MSc/PGdip/PGcert Personalised Nutrition' programmes which CNELM offer in collaboration with Middlesex University (MU). They can also be studied to gain access to CNELM's 'Dietary Educators Certificate' (DEC), 'Nutrition Coach Diploma' (NCD) and other health science courses offered at other training providers across the UK and abroad.

This ACB forms part of the undergraduate Public Health Nutrition module, where we reviewed how healthy eating patterns are promoted through dietary guidelines in the UK and abroad. We discuss various published guidelines and how they have developed over time. We also consider the aim of these guidelines and evaluated their limitations in practice.

This content has been made available to you so that you are introduced to some of the concepts before embarking on the Bioscience Entry Course (BEC). During the BEC, you will start looking at some fundamental nutritional concepts, and the content from this ACB will help you put the knowledge you will gain in a deeper context with nutrition. It is likely to take 3-4 hours to review all of the content.

Michail Rizos - Bioscience Entry Course (BEC) Manager

This is a General Forum for all students currently enrolled on the Bioscience Entry Course (BEC) programme.