Healthy and Sustainable Dietary Behaviours in Western Australian Adults
Harray, Amelia Jeanne
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School of Public Health
Environmental sustainability and health can be impacted by diet and are issues often considered in isolation from one another. This research addressed the lack of evidence and methods to assess healthy and sustainable dietary behaviours by developing and evaluating a novel prediction model, the Healthy and Sustainable Diet Index. Application of this model will inform policy, guide future interventions, and raise consumer awareness of the impact of their dietary behaviours on both health and the environment.
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