WNSC Bulletin is written by the Medical Affairs Department and offers you a glance of updated nutritional information, including newly released international guidelines about nutrition, recently published clinical trial reports and also expert written articles that you may be interested in.

Info Card

The Info Cards in this section are developed to support you in your daily practice. You will find a series of Info Cards comprised nutritional references for different life stages.

"The Learning Lead" Newsletter

“The Learning Lead” Newsletter delivers the latest news in nutrition, development and learning.


WNSC HK Infographics serve as an easy-to-use tool for patient education with visually engaging overview of nutrition topics.

Healthy Eating Tips Cards

This series provides practical tips on maintaining a healthy and balanced diet with various food groups.
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Latest Articles

Academic Activities

Food Group Exchange Tips Card (Oils) (NEW!)

  • How much fats should we eat and how to reduce unhealthy fat intake?

5 June 2018 – Critical connectivity: Assessing and supporting the development of brain and behaviour (NEW!)

  • Dr Daniel Chiu Cheung-shing
    Neuroscience in Hong Kong primary care settings
  • Dr Fanny Lam Wai-fan
    Longitudinal evaluation of child brain development and behavior in Hong Kong
  • Professor Weili Lin
    The brain connectome: Mapping structural and function connectivity from infancy to early childhood

Science Updates

Carbohydrates in human milk and body composition of infants during the first year of life (NEW!)

This study investigated relationships between the intake of human milk carbohydrates in the first year of life and infant body composition. Higher total carbohydrate concentrations, including human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), were associated with increased lean mass and reduced adiposity.

Maternal physical activity during pregnancy and child body composition (NEW!)

This article has found that physical activity in late pregnancy may have benefits for child body composition, including lower child fat mass and rate of change in fat mass. But vigorous physical activity may be necessary.


Picky Eating eBook

Practical tips to overcome picky eating behaviours by Kate Di Prima, an accredited practicing dietitian specializing in Paediatrics and a spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia. 

Growth Charts

The WHO Child Growth Standards were developed using data collected in the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study (MGRS)1.