Key Resources – Shifting Our Food Systems

Key Resources – Shifting Our Food Systems

Following on from our symposium ‘Shifting our Food Systems For Health and Climate’, we’ve pulled together some of the key resources and references discussed within the symposium, plus some additional ones on the topic. We have also included useful websites...
COP26: Why are our food systems not on the menu?

COP26: Why are our food systems not on the menu?

Freelance nutrition writer Ursula Arens wonders why our food systems aren’t on the menu at COP 26 Much thought has been given to the foods offered to delegates attending the COP26 meeting in Glasgow. Menus are ‘climate friendly’ and 80 per cent of...
Soya is safe and healthy

Soya is safe and healthy

The rising popularity of soya in the UK diet, particularly in the form of plant-based drinks, has increased the appetite for information on its health and environmental credentials. According to Kantar data, nearly a quarter of UK households (seven million) have among...
Plant-based eating for the health of people and the planet

Plant-based eating for the health of people and the planet

Guest Blogger: Dr Gemma Newman, www.gemmanewman.com Dr Gemma Newman has worked in medicine for 17 years and is the Senior Partner at a family medical practice where she has worked for 13 years. Inspired by her husband’s marathon training performance and recovery when...
If we stop eating meat, what happens to farmers?

If we stop eating meat, what happens to farmers?

Tanya Haffner MD RD MyNutriWeb In my recent interview with Rhiannon Lambert for her Food for thought podcast, we discuss ‘Is it time to stop eating meat?’ – from both a health and sustainability point of view. Within 48 hours, it was no.12 in Apple podcasts for our...