Environmental Nutrition

Healthy food cannot be defined by nutritional quality alone. It is the end result of a food system that conserves and renews natural resources, advances social justice and animal welfare, builds community wealth, and fulfills the food and nutrition needs of all eaters now and into the future. Environmental nutrition examines the public health impacts of social, economic, and environmental factors related to the entire food system. Traditional nutrition, on the other hand, is defined simply as “the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs.”

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