From an early age, children are taught about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables, but a quick glance at most nutrition-based news stories will paint a very different picture, a rise of junk food, fast-food consumption and obesity. Adequate vegetable consumption is fundamental to a healthy balanced diet, however EU compliance with dietary guidelines… Read more » about Global food security: encouraging healthier eating and balanced diets
Professor Heather Hartwell
Lifelong health and wellbeing: Destination FeelGood
Tourism is one of the UK’s most important industries; from staycations to summer breaks, tourism injects millions of pounds into the UK economy every year as holidaymakers descend on British shores in search of some much needed rest and relaxation. One aspect that more and more holidaymakers are looking for is an element of wellness… Read more » about Lifelong health and wellbeing: Destination FeelGood
Heather Hartwell awarded Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Cooks
Professor in Food Service and Applied Nutrition at BU, Heather Hartwell, was recently awarded Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Cooks, as one of the first women to do so from a professional perspective which is called by redemption. When collecting her award last week, Heather said “It’s a great privilege to be recognised as… Read more » about Heather Hartwell awarded Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Cooks
Highly Commended Paper by Lorraine Brown, John Edwards & Heather Hartwell
Their recent paper “Eating and emotion: focusing on the lunchtime meal” published in the British Food Journal has been selected by the journal’s Editorial Team as a Highly Commended Paper of 2013.