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The Dietary Science Foundation re-
announces available funding


Last spring the Dietary Science Foundation announced the availability of funding for studies aiming to counteract or treat childhood obesity. Our scientific advisory board has now decided to expand the criteria to allow more proposals to be submitted. The Dietary Science Foundation’s scientific advisory board has reviewed the proposals submitted in connection with the announcement […]

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The Dietary Science Foundation
– support us for healthier healthcare


Three years ago, we founded a non-profit organization for dietary research in Sweden. It has grown steadily, and donations have been used to initiate two high-quality randomized controlled trials evaluating the effect of low-carb diets on IBS and type 1-diabetes. However, Sweden is a small country and we are keen to welcome international friends to […]

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Thank you Romme Alpin ski resort!
Now we can invest in research on childhood obesity


This winter the ski resort Romme Alpin raised the price of soda by 1 SEK to raise funds for research on obesity and type 2 diabetes. The resort has also matched the amount collected, donating a total of 240,000 SEK (≈24 000 EUR) to the Dietary Science Foundation. This will allow us to to focus […]

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A new venture by the Dietary Science Foundation:
A large-scale study of dietary treatment in type 1 diabetes


The Dietary Science Foundation has allocated 60,000 EUR to researchers at Karolinska University Hospital for studying how diets with various amounts of carbohydrates affect blood sugar control in type 1 diabetes. One in four people with type 1 diabetes have serious trouble with blood sugar control, so better dietary treatments can save lives. About 50,000 […]

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