Pigs on Sarah Moon's farm in Connecticut. See her essay "What Should I Eat? Meat Your Friends" in the H-Nutrition Series "What Should I Eat? Why?"
A network for those interested in the history of nutrition and related fields. This network is intended for the growing number of scholars, teachers, documentary filmmakers, and museum and library professionals engaged with the history of nutrition in any time period or region.
The American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM) invites abstracts for papers in any area of the history of health and healing for its 92nd annual meeting, to be held in Columbus, Ohio, April 25-28, 2019. The AAHM welcomes papers on the histories of medicine, disease, and health broadly defined, including the history of medical ideas, practices, or institutions and the history of healing, illness, disease, or public health. We welcome proposals related to all eras and regions of the world.
This Naked-brand Green Machine juice includes 1335mg of spirulina. For more on the history of spirulina, see Christian Ruth's related essay, "Tasting Old Foods of the Future," in H-Nutrition's "What Should I Eat? Why?" series.
My research was mostly focused on Ireland, but I also looked at some UK material.
A great place to start is the Wellcome Library and Archives in London, particularly for primary sources. They have collections of nutrition material: https://wellcomelibrary.org/collections/archive-guides/food-and-medicine/
They also tend to have good short essays / blog posts online about various topics, and some of the material is digitised (if you are not able to visit in person).
A few reading recommendations on health promotion from a theoretical perspective: