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|Unit chair:||M Lawrence|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications|
Understanding how the food system is shaped by policy, politics and food regulation is a fundamental skill for nutritionists and public health nutritionists. This unit focuses on understanding how policy, politics, and evidence affect how we approach important nutritional issues such as healthy eating, food security and sustainability, obesity and other chronic diseases and how we manage them at a population level. Applied case studies investigating topical food policy, politics and evidence issues are used to illustrate these concepts in action, for example current policy activities to protect food security and sustainability, the latest developments associated with Dietary Guidelines, Food Selection Guides and Nutrient reference Values, as well as food regulation related to food fortification and food labelling.
Assignment 1 (2000 words) 40%, assignment 2 (3000 words) 60%
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