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Public Health Nutrition
The Public Health Nutrition program promotes, protects, and supports the nutritional health of the population with an emphasis on health promotion and primary prevention.
The Public Health Nutritionist considers the root causes of nutrition-related conditions and illnesses and engages citizens to help build healthy communities in which to live, work, and play.
The Public Health Nutritionist helps to create conditions to support healthy communities and builds healthy public policy.
Some initiatives include:
- Encouraging and supporting healthy food environment within organizations such as schools, work sites, and recreation facilities.
- Helping to create early childhood environments that support healthy eating and physical activity.
- Providing nutrition information and resources to teachers and school administrators to support nutrition sections of curriculums.
- Increasing awareness and addressing issues regarding food security in the health region.
For further information contact:
Public Health Nutritionist
1174 Nicholson Road
- Healthy Half Time Snacks SCHR.pdf
- Misleading food claims SCHR.pdf
- Storing Fresh Vegetables SCHR.pdf
- What Do I Pack for Lunch SCHR.pdf
- Family Meals February 2015 SCHR.pdf
- Eating well 9 to 5 March 2015 - SCHR.pdf
- School Food environments April 2015 SCHR.pdf
- Mindless Eating May 2015 SCHR.pdf
- Beverages June 2015 - SCHR.pdf
- Healthy Snacks Jan 2014 SCHR.pdf
- Cooking with Pulses final 2014 SCHR.pdf
- Fruit leathers and bars final 2014 SCHR.pdf
- March is Nutrition Month final 2014 SCHR.pdf
- Pack a Rainbow final 2014 SCHR.pdf
- Quick and Nutritious suppers final 2014 SCHR.pdf