Nutrition is vitally important for health. We are increasingly recognising the role that specific nutrients play in health and disease. 

Certain foods and dietary regimes are considered to be better for those with musculoskeletal complaints. Similarly, avoiding certain dietary elements can impair healing and can aggravate arthritis. Nutrition is also important for sporting activity, to improve performance and also to aid rapid recovery after training and competition.

Related publications include:

  • Brown F, Speed C. Assessing nutritional knowledge and supplementation practices in elite badminton players. Br J Sports Med. 2013 Nov;47(17):e4.
  • Bones before 50: Children and Adolescents.
  • Bones before 50 (II) Adults.
  • Vitamin D.
  • Skeil D, Speed C. Vitamin C depletion and pressure sores. BMJ. 1992 Dec 5;305(6866):1433.
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