SACN

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AcronymDefinition
SACNScientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (UK)
SACNSaint Anthony College of Nursing (Rockford, Illinois)
SACNSouth African Cities Network
SACNSouth American Community of Nations
SACNSaint Croix National Scenic Riverway (US National Park Service)
SACNSaskatchewan Association of Community Networks (Canada)
SACNSIMCA (Société Industrielle de Mécanique et Carrosserie Automobile) Automobiel Club Nederland (Dutch: Simca Automobile Club Netherlands; est. 1985)
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FUW senior policy officer Dr Hazel Wright said: "Some of the evidence provided under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act related to reports conducted by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) on trans fatty acids, iron, health, energy and nutrition.
According to The Scientific Advisory Committee On Nutrition's (SACN) recent Carbohydrate And Health report, on average, we're only eating around 20g of fibre per day, which is 33% less than the report suggests we should be getting on a daily basis (30g).
Mums-to-be, children up to five and over-65s are already urged to take pills but the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition want this extended to all.
Experts from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition are expected to tell consumers to eat no more than 500g of red or processed meat every week, or 70g a day.
The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN), published recommendations designed to reduce the risk of bowel cancer, reports the Daily Mail.
The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) was asked by the Department of Health to review dietary advice on meat consumption as a source of i r on.
The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition has said that providing Healthy Start vitamins will help to improve the health of children, pregnant women and new mother.
The recommended daily intake of calories - currently 2,000 for women and 2,500 for men - could be increased by up to 16%, a draft report by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) found.
A report by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition advises the Government to halve the current recommended intake of free sugars in a bid to tackle growing obesity and diabetes crises, estimated to cost the NHS PS15 billion a year.
A draft report from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) urges a reduction from the current recommendation of 10% of dietary energy intake to 5%.
The recommendations will follow the publication of a full report by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition, which is due within days.
A final report from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition is due to be published on Friday, and will recommend the amount of added sugar in people's diets be slashed by half.
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