Crossword Solutions

Across: 2 Aid, 5 Anemia, 8 Gullet, 9 Meal, 12 Microwave, 14 Waste, 15 Web, 17 Rice, 18 Sugars, 19 Tamari, 20 Amino, 21 Curcumin, 24 Beans, 25 Hummus, 26 Kea, 27 Udon, 28 Digestive, 29 Clot

Down: 1 Digestion, 3 Garlic, 4 Film, 6 Turmeric, 7 Kale, 10 Research, 11 Rawsalad, 13 Vegan, 14 Wrap, 16 Bliss, 22 Campbell, 23 Insulin, 24 Biome, 25 Habit, 30 Oat.

References: Pages 10 & 11

References: Page 15

References: Page 16 [E-version P17]

  References: Page 18 -19 [E version 24 – 25]

Shared Medical Appointments

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References: Page 34-35 [E version 40 – 41]

Is the health and wealth disparity down to personal food choices?

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2. GDB 2017 Diet Collaborators. Health effects of dietary risks in 195 countries, 1990–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 The Lancet May 2019

3. Yanping Li et al, An Pan, Dong D. Wang et al. Impact of Healthy Lifestyle Factors on Life Expectancies in the US Population. Circulation 2018

4. Vandevijvere, S.; Mackay, S.; D’Souza, E.; Swinburn, B. 2018. How healthy are New Zealand food environments? A comprehensive assessment 2014-2017. The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

5. J, Ralston, H Brinsden, K Buse, Time for a new obesity narrative. The Lancet Oct 2018

6. Vandevijvere S, Molloy J, Hassen de Mederios, Swinburn B. Unhealthy food marketing around new zealand schools: a national study. Int J Public Health Aug 2018

7. Gerardo Otero, The neolibral diet: Healthy profits, unhealthy people, University of Texas, 2018

8. Barr-Anderson, D.J., Larson, N.I., Nelson, M.C. et al. Does television viewing predict dietary intake five years later in high school students and young adults?. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act

9. P Monsivais et al, Time Spent on Home Food Preparation and Indicators of Healthy Eating, American Journal of Preventive medicine Dec 2014

10. Wolfson, J.A.; Ramsing, R.; Richardson, C.R.; Palmer, A.Barriers to healthy food access: Associations with household income and cooking behavior.

11. B Swinburn, V Kraak, H Rutter, S Vandevijvee et al. Strengthening of accountability systems to create healthy food environments and reduce global obesity. Lancet 2015

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