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Wednesday, May 11 • 09:50 - 10:10
How can we transform food environments to make healthy eating possible? A review of the science (Leia Minaker, Propel Centre for Population Health Impact)

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To make healthy diets easier and sustainable for Ontarians, we need to transform the food environment. Many ways to change the food environment to support health are being explored: increasing the availability of healthy foods in corner stores, taxation of foods and drinks that do not support health, menu labelling, regulating food marketing, altering municipal zoning bylaws, and many more. What does the science say about the effectiveness of these different options? This presentation will focus on intervention research and highlight effective strategies for transforming the food environment to promote healthier eating.


Moderators
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Lynn Roblin

Consultant, Nutrition Resource Centre

Speakers
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Leia Minaker

Scientist, Propel Centre for Population Health
Leia Minaker is a Scientist at the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact. Leia’s primary research area is tobacco control; her research to date has provided timely evidence on key issues to the tobacco control community, including examining flavoured tobacco use among Canadian youth. The objective of this work is to facilitate the development of programs and policies. Leia completed her PhD at... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 09:50 - 10:10
Colony Ballroom

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