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Food For a Healthy Planet II

UNIB20014 Lecture 7: SALT
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UNIB20014 Lecture 8: Life Stage Nutrition
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UNIB20014 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 Causes & Consequences of Malnutrition
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Lecture 6: Causes Consequences of Malnutrition Wednesday, 8 August 2018 9:05 pm Top causes Malaria Pneumonia Diarrhoeal diseases More than 13 of all child deaths attributed to undernutrition

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UNIB20014 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Global Nutrition
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Lecture 5: Global Nutrition Monday, 6 August 2018 11:37 pm Malnutrition Hungry people dont have enough food > not enough nutrients Malnutrition in children damages growth Need to prevent malnutrition from happening Win...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Glycogen, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Insulin Resistance
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Lecture 3: In Pursuit of Good Health Wednesday, 25 July 2018 10:36 pm Functional Foods Term first introduced in Japan in mid1980s Refers to processed foods containing added ingredients that aid specific bodily functions ...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bioavailability, Food Security, Stunted Growth
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Lecture 2: You are What you Eat Wednesday, 25 July 2018 9:59 pm What is food? Food comes from plants, leaves, fruits, shoots, roots and seeds Meat in our diet comes from animals that eat plants Why do we eat what we eat? ...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carbohydrate Metabolism, Blood Sugar, Starch
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Lecture 4: Carbohydrates Wednesday, 1 August 2018 9:38 pm What are carbohydrates? Fruits and vegetables Dairy products Breads Lollies Available carbs: body uses carb for important things in body breaks into smaller p...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sugarcane Juice, Food Security
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Lecture 1 Overview of mega trends impacting food security and sustainability Friday, 20 July 2018 7:12 am Overview of mega trends impacting food security and sustainability Biofuels (BIOLOGICAL FUELS) Fermentation > ethan...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bottom Trawling, Aquaponics, Asthma

LECTURE 17: GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF OIL GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF OIL QUALITY FOR HUMAN HEALTH VEGETABLE OIL PRODUCTION AND USES world production of vegetable oil i...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Biopesticide, Plant Breeding, Food Standards Australia New Zealand

LECTURE 15: GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY THE TRIPLE BURDEN - UNDERNUTRITION: low calories macronutrients. (1 billion) - MALNUTRITION: low micronutrients . (2 billion) - OVERNUTRITION: ...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lignin, Blood Sugar, Colorectal Cancer

LECTURE 4: EATING BEHAVIOUR Eating behaviour is a BROAD & NEUTRAL TERM that views food choice within the context of the complexities, intersections and inter-relationships of the internal and external hum...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Copenhagen Consensus, Diarrhea, Childhood Obesity

TRENDS IN MALNUTRITION - 25% of children under 5 years have stunted growth. - 7.5% children under 5 are wasted and are at a markedly increased risk of death - Childhood obesity is on the rise and an ...

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UNIB20014 Lecture 9: all-lec-notes-41-43

LECTURE 13: OUTCOM ES HISTORY TODAY LECTURE WILL: apply the economic model to explain: the quantity, price and expenditure of food. the imports and exports. discuss the outcomes for: o individual consumers food securi...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Autarky, Diminishing Returns, Raw Milk

LECTURE 11: ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE KEY QUESTIONS: What do we mean by security of food supply? Understanding causes behind the lack/abundance of food - poverty and obesity a...

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UNIB20014 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Birth Weight, Failure To Thrive, Hunter-Gatherer

LECTURE 6 : SALT & SUGAR CARBOHYDRATES These (refined grains, added sugar, salt) are added to most processed foods usually hidden. ...

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