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Online tool to support delivery of ‘whole school’ approach to food
Diet and Health innovation boosted by new funding and partnership
Locally-grown school meals can help children, farmers and climate
New US surveys indicate marijuana use hinders dental treatment
One size doesn’t fit all: AI approach to creating healthy personalized diets
Nature-positive food systems: climate change safety net
Heat or eat? Prepayment users consume less fruit and vegetables
School food research ignites sit-down lunch pilot
Study links Ultraprocessed foods to premature deaths
Priya Iyer’s PhD research helps spinal cord injury patients manage cardiovascular health risks
Study underscores need for food literacy, national school food program
Innovative food program to kick off in regional WA
Researchers map environmental pressures of global production for all foods on land and ocean
High-sugar diet decreases sweetness in rats
New survey: 91% of parents say their family is less stressed when they eat together
Calculating carbon cost of food wastage
Low-calorie sugar substitute consumption during adolescence appears to impair memory later in life
Video-based program successful in treating children with obesity
Nutritionally Balanced and Whole Food-based Fiber-rich Diet is Beneficial to Gut Health
Researchers estimate environmental impacts of 57,000 common store-bought food products
Dudes put cool new spin on Snow White
Significant dining expansion unveiled at SFU Burnaby
UK Government seeks views on reducing livestock methane production
Covid has made us more sustainable
Why plant-based ‘milks’ are rising to top
Foodbank WA nutrition program delivering invaluable skills for people with disability
University and Asda announce data partnership
Online menus should put healthy food first