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Australia is dragging its feet on healthy eating. In 5 years we've made woeful progress

By Gary Sacks, Associate Professor, Deakin University
Davina Mann, Research Fellow, Deakin University
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Australia is falling behind other countries in addressing the unhealthy state of our diets.

Several other countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada and Mexico, have recently taken major steps to help improve population nutrition and prevent obesity.

But our latest assessment, released as part of the International Congress on Obesity, has found major holes in Australian government policy relative to international best practice, with limited policy progress…The Conversation

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