Towards healthy and sustainable food consumption: an Australian case study.

  title={Towards healthy and sustainable food consumption: an Australian case study.},
  author={Sharon Friel and Laurel J Barosh and Mark Bolinger Lawrence},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={17 5},
OBJECTIVE To articulate a healthy and sustainable (H&S) diet; outline key health and environmental sustainability principles that can be applied in the selection of foods for inclusion in such a diet; and describe a methodology with which to assess the availability and affordability of a H&S food basket. DESIGN We synthesized publically available evidence on the environmental impact of different foods from academic, government, industry and non-government sources and constructed a… CONTINUE READING
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