Nutrition Education on Affordable Plant-based-diets
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We are delighted to share the academic paper of Carolina Mejía Toro, a second-year HRG student. This was submitted as the final essay for the course Psychology, Power and Mental Health on 20th January 2021. In her work, Carolina explores the potential of a plant-based nutrition education as a tool to reduce cognitive disparity, related inequality of opportunity and environmental footprint. She explains how such education can empower individuals to avoid malnutrition since early ages through adequate equilibrium and preparation of accessible foods. Ultimately, Carolina wants to provide solutions to two major contemporary issues: malnutrition as a ubiquitous obstacle to substantive equality and the need for a healthy sustainable food system.
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