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The eatwell week sample menu: the application of eatwell plate advice to weekly food intake
Project Code: S14048;
- Leslie, W.S., Comrie, F, Lean, M.E.J., Hankey, C. R., Designing the eatwell week: the application of eatwell plate advice to weekly food intake, Public Health Nutriiton, published online 25.09.2012
- Hankey, C., Lean, M. & Leslie, W. (2011) The application of Eatwell plate advice to weekly food intake in the UK. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 58 (suppl3), p141, 27/6Leslie, W., Murray, L., Eunson, J., Burrough, N., Lean, M. & Hankey, C. (2011)
- Evaluation of a resource to facilitate implementation of UK Eatwell plate advice, Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism 58 (suppl3), p141, 27/64
University of Glasgow
Hankey, C ; Leslie, W; Lean, M;
Eunson, J; Murray, L
This project aimed to expand the guidance around the eatwell plate with the design and testing of an eatwell week sample menu and resource.
This project demonstrated that it is possible to develop a menu that incorporates foods that are popular and widely consumed by British adults, which meets dietary recommendations and is not dependent on key foods to meet nutrient targets. Further research to explore consumers and health professionals’ perceptions of healthy eating messages is required.
The eatwell week shows promise as a resource to facilitate implementation of the principles of the eatwell plate, and supports Government priorities and policies for health.
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