“We definitely need a diet revolution,” says Melissa Baker, who oversees the nutrition plan for thousands of students at the University of British Columbia. She worries that an entire generation of young people raised on instant noodles, burgers and pizza remains blissfully unaware of how it will impact their health in the future. Those students, who are hungry for diet information, “get it from Dr. Google and are stressed whenever they put something in their mouths.”
Find out more about how UBC is leading a diet revolution in our dining halls on The Nature of Things: Food for Thought
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