But understanding how to achieve this dietary behaviour change has not yet received the attention it deserves.
As the famous ancient Greek physician Hippocrates once said, “let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”. Food is clearly important for personal health and wellbeing. Food is connected with the environment, clearly showing how much we rely on nature in our lives, and food-related projects can also be a great avenue towards participation and community engagement. In this category you will find resources which are based on the many different aspects of food and growing, and how these have a direct impact on wellbeing.
You can find a review/summary of a selection of these resources in this blog post.