July 2013 Newsletter

Nutracheck - It's about balance
Food database

Would you like to help push the boundaries of science at your next weigh-in?

Researchers from University College London (UCL) are looking for Nutracheck members to enrol in a new project looking at what helps people achieve their targets. You could make your contribution to science just by filling in your food diary!

For more details, click here. Or take the survey now.

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Diet myths

Dieting Myths busted!

We recently asked you on our Facebook page to send in any confusing or outrageous dieting claims you’d heard. We got a great response and Janet our nutritionist has written 3 new articles to separate the fact from the fiction!

The truth behind … food myths
The truth behind … calorie claims
The truth behind … exercise & weight loss

You can find these articles and loads more in the Nutracheck Resources area.


Are nuts a secret weight loss weapon?

If anyone watched the recent BBC One show Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods, you will have seen the study into nuts. Can eating a quantity of nuts every day really help with your weight loss? Read what our nutritionist Janet says in her latest article….

Are nuts a secret weight loss weapon?

Check out Nutracheck Resources for loads more useful articles.

Send your Rosette photo

Appeal for rosette photos – send us your pics!

Are you giving your rosette pride of place in your home? If yes, we’re looking to get as many Nutracheck members as possible to send us a photo sporting their rosette, or displaying it somewhere.

We’d like to start an album in the Nutracheck forums. If you’d like to be part of it, we’d love to see your picture!

Just attach it to an email and send to customercare@nutracheck.co.uk or click the button below.

Eat. now in our food database

Latest updates to the food database

We’ve been updating some popular restaurants, so you can now find the latest calorie and fat information for the following…

EAT * Pizza Hut Restaurants * Pizza Hut Delivery * Toby Carvery

You’ll also find calorie and fat information for Krispy Kreme donuts. As you know, with Nutracheck it’s all about balance! So as long as you know what you’re eating, you can still stay in control of your diet!


Why not enrol in a new project looking at what helps people achieve their targets. You could make your contribution to science just by filling in your food diary!

Your chance to take part in a free trial

Researchers at University College London (UCL) are running an exclusive project with Nutracheck clients this summer. To be eligible all you need is to be a fully registered member with at least 4 weeks of paid subscription to go.

What does it involve?

You’ll need to complete an online consent form and fill in a short survey (it takes about 7 mins) which asks about your weight loss goals and attitudes to health. You might be selected to try a new strategy over the next 4 weeks – but all you really need to do is use your account as you usually would.

What’s the catch?

No catch! If you’re offered a new strategy, you can decide then if you want to continue or not. You can withdraw at any time, with no cost and no impact on your membership.

How do I sign up?

You must be logged into your Nutracheck account. Click on the small advert on your food diary page (bottom right corner) or visit the Forum and click on the advert there.

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