The number of policy-related pieces seems to be increasing, which to me means more evidence and science will be supporting policy development and change in nutrition education and behavior.
As nutrition education practitioners, researchers, academics and advocates, SNEB members can play a critical role in countering this latest case of nutrition nihilism by defusing confusion stemming from the new guideline and by preparing for more to come.
The deadline to submit an abstract for the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior’s annual conference is fast approaching.
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Looking at these predictions, one enduring trend is plant-based and it looks like ancient grains will diversify.
Leadership for the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) denounces this week’s final rule from the USDA that will cost more than 1 million adults their SNAP benefits, in direct contradiction of congressional intent.
Recipes for chocolate avocado pudding, squash seed tahini, banana peel compote, savory granola and crispy carrot skins.