About

Location

London


Birthday:

March 3


Employer

Freelancer ANutr; NCB-HWC Health & Wellness Coach


Which one of the following Member categories relates to your job?

Nutrition practitioners


Additional information about your interest in iKANN

I would like to have access to info on nutrition and health; global news and events, training workshops, and webinars; learn more about policy, law and guidance in the UK and globally; as well as take part in discussions on published research


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Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
Severe acute malnutrition (SAM) remains to be a main cause for child mortality in Africa.  A recent 3-arm pilot study performed on 58 children from Uganda investigated the effect of SAM on the gut microbiota, the gut barrier integrity, mucosal…
19 hours ago
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
Inflammation is chronically and acutely affected by diet.  Chronic effects include those linked to the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS), haemostatic function, lipoprotein remodelling, and endotoxemia.  These are mainly thought to be…
Jul 24
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
This randomized controlled trial was conducted in 2019 to investigate the effects of longer seated lunch time (20 minutes) on food consumption, waste, and dietary intake for elementary and middle school age children.  Each meal component was…
Jul 21
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
As series of studies have shown over the past few years the mechanism that causes type 2 diabetes.  Recent evidence shows that this mechanism can be reversed back to normal functioning through the restriction of food intake and a weight loss of…
Jul 13
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 13, 2021 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Online

Jul 12
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 12, 2021 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Online

Jul 6
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
Undernutrition in children remains to be a global public concern.  This article explores how using the radio to communicate nutrition education to mothers affects their children’s nutrition, feeding practices and growth.
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Interventions…
Jul 4
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
This study explores the extent of which the players in the ultra-processed food industry have attempted to influence the global policy on non-communicable disease (NCD) at WHO 
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The interference of the food industry to influence…
Jun 27
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 15, 2021 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Online

Jun 25
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
This article advocates a shift from excessive reliance on hierarchal models of causal evaluation based on RCTs towards context-specific evidence evaluation
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Robust and consistent evidence from individual and pooled studies support folic…
Jun 21
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 7, 2021 from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Online

Jun 19
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
A population-based case-control study in six countries was recently conducted to investigate the association between dietary patterns and COVID-19
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Prior studies suggest a connection between comorbidities and the severity of COVID-19…
Jun 14
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 1, 2021 all day

Virtual

Jun 10
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Jun 7
Sally Ayyad posted a blog post
Research continues to investigate the causality of the association of serum vitamin D with the risk and severity of COVID-19 infection. A Mendelian Randomised study was recently conducted to address causality using genetic variants that are…
Jun 6
Sally Ayyad posted an event

Jul 13, 2021 to Jul 19, 2021

Marettimo Sicily

Jun 4
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