The Nutrition Survey Development team submitted their final report to Manatū Hauora and the Ministry for Primary Industries in October. Read more about the survey development here.
Interviews featuring Dr Leanne Young on Newshub highlights how meat alternatives stuck up against the traditional meats.
Check out the interview on Newshub here.
A media piece featured on Newsroom highlighting the product promotional strategies in supermarkets and their effects on sales: A case study of breakfast cereals and drinks in New Zealand paper. Read the article here.
Effectiveness of a Sodium-Reduction Smartphone App and Reduced-Sodium Salt to Lower Sodium Intake in Adults With Hypertension: Findings From the Salt Alternatives Randomized Controlled Trial
Product promotional strategies in supermarkets and their effects on sales: A case study of breakfast cereals and drinks in New Zealand
Dr Helen Eyles presented the Salt ALTernatives Study Results Infographic at the Pūtahi Manawa, Healthy Hearts for Aotearoa forum in October 2022
Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu says fat-shaming doesn’t work and that politicians need to be brave to introduce real changes to tackle the obesity epidemic
If you would like to find out more, there is an episode from True Story, Sweet As featuring Dr. Helen Eyles and Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu that investigates sugar and its connection to the obesity epidemic. Click here for the podcast.