A catering professional who lost her husband to cancer turned to study to find out more about how food may have an impact on the disease’s cause and possible mitigation.
A graduate of Edge Hill University has been sharing some of the findings of her dissertation which includes suggestions that allotment owners might be among the healthiest people in the UK based on their diet.
Dedicated student Sara Norburn has undergone a complete career change, swapping education for nutrition, and has already managed to secure her dream job after graduating from Edge Hill University today.
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Banning the advertising of junk food from children’s online content in the UK and the Government’s proposed sugar tax on soft drinks isn’t enough to combat the obesity epidemic, claims an Edge Hill academic.
A female former bricklayer from Bispham, near Blackpool has graduated from Edge Hill University with first class honours in BSc Nutrition and Health.
Edge Hill University has helped Lancashire become one of the UK’s first ever Sustainable Food Counties with its very own Sustainable Food Charter.
Four nutritionists who carried out extensive research and discovered that other students at Edge Hill University weren’t eating enough fruit and vegetables have developed an innovative business plan to improve their diets.
Entrepreneurs at Edge Hill University have created ‘Nutri-Juice’ for students to boost brain power for exams, combat hangovers and ensure they enjoy a balanced diet.
Edge Hill University will be helping to shape the future of food sustainability in Lancashire after taking part in a new initiative to champion local produce.