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Food science of carbohydrate and fat
eBook: How Food Works How Food Works is a completely comprehensive guide that will help readers understand the underlying biological effects of everyday foods through scientific evaluation, revealing the powers of different types of food and drinks.
eBook: Nutrition This thorough one-stop resource draws on solid science and the latest research to play a dual educational role--providing background for students while answering general readers' questions about a wide range of nutrition-related topics.
Food Inequities and Sustainability
eBook: Science and Sustainable Agriculture Sustainable agriculture is essential to meeting the future food needs of a growing global population while also keeping the planet healthy. Toward that end, scientists are working to develop new tools and technologies for combatting pests, promoting biodiversity, and enhancing other sustainable agricultural practices.
eBook: Feeding a Changing Planet This guidebook explores agricultural and distribution practices around the world. Readers will learn about ideas that ensure everyone has access to food resources and proper nutrition. Your young readers will be inspired to take an active role in changing the world for the better.
eBook: Global Food Crisis What is Australia's role in global food security and how are we managing our own domestic food challenges in relation to environmental sustainability, rising food prices and declining productivity?
eBook: How Food Works How Food Works reveals the facts behind your food, evaluates the benefits of superfoods and antioxidants, and explores behind-the-scenes of modern food production.
Environmental Issues Surrounding Human Overpopulation There are many factors to be considered when examining the current state of environmental problems in the modern world. By addressing these causes, the preservation of ecosystems and environmental resources can be maintained. Environmental Issues Surrounding Human Overpopulation is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on the depletion of natural resources due to overpopulation and presents insights on how these environmental threats can be addressed. Highlighting technological, economic, and social perspectives, this book is ideally designed for policymakers, researchers, academics, students, and practitioners interested in better understanding the current state of the global environment.
Food Sustainability - Australia
Dietitians Association of Australia