Free online course highlighting the role of maternal and child nutrition in population health.
Briefs highlighting research, best practices and policy strategies to increase access to healthy foods, promote school wellness and prevent obesity in child care settings.
Video modeling of how people move about and shop for food in Seattle.
Replacing Juice with Fruit: Nutrition and Economic Effects
Substituting 100% fruit juice with fresh fruit in children’s diets reduced calories and increased fiber -- but increased diet costs. Replacement of fruit juice with canned fruit only modestly increased costs, but resulted in less impressive nutritional benefits. Results are from a nationally representative sample of 7,000 children and adolescents. May 2012 (pdf)