A digest about healthy eating and healthy living
Throughout 2022, food and nutrition were often in the spotlight. Perhaps most notably the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health. The national strategy that emerged from the event – the first since the first meeting in 1969 – aims to end hunger and increase healthy eating and physical activity by 2030. To cover medically regulated diets under Medicare, our nutrition experts focus on protecting children from unhealthy food marketing and transforming food systems in response to climate change. “To have a significant impact, governments should bring together the public and private sectors, philanthropists, academia and individuals to improve the health of both the public and the planet. We need to develop a truly sustainable food system that supports.Frank Hu, Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung reflected on this event and wrote:
In fact, much needs to be done to develop policies that not only ensure enough food to sustain current and future generations, but also make the best choices accessible and affordable for all. I have. In the meantime, I encourage you to adopt healthy behaviors whenever possible. No small changes. I hope you find this guide helpful. I hope 2023 will be a fulfilling one.
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Plus: Test your healthy living knowledge
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