According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), there are now more obese individuals than malnourished people on the planet. Unhealthy diets and sedentary lifestyles are becoming the leading causes of disability and mortality around the world.

Because food diversity is dwindling, the food supply is becoming increasingly vulnerable to climate change.

Food diversity is dwindling, making the food supply more sensitive to climate change and increasing environmental impact from raising animals for meat and dairy. The FAO is encouraging everyone to follow a healthy and sustainable diet in honour of World Food Day 2019.

Many people, however, lack the information, finances, or ambition to follow a nutritious diet. Let’s have a look at some of the studies registered at the ISRCTN registry that are looking at the best approaches to address this issue in honour of World Food Day.

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Nurse Practitioner Nadine McFarlane is a board certified Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner who provides primary care

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