(Newcastle University) People receiving personalised nutrition advice develop healthier eating habits including consuming less red meat and reducing their salt intake, a study has found.
A website has also been shown to be effective at helping people make important changes to their eating patterns…
The "personalised nutrition" approach is based on the idea that by "individualising" advice and support, each of us can, and will be motivated to, make the dietary changes necessary for our individual needs.
Instead of providing generic advice such as "eat at least five portions of fruits and vegetables daily" or "eat two portions of fish, one of which is oily fish, per week," a personalised nutrition approach uses information to derive specific advice and support relevant for the individual.[Click the title, above, to post a comment.]