What strategies can health professionals use to empower consumers to change their diet and physical activity behaviors for the better? Deeper analysis of the 2014 IFIC Foundation Food & Health Survey reveals different consumer characteristics based on different stages of behavior change. These insights and more will be presented on the IFIC Foundation’s upcoming Behavior Change webinar on October 28, 2014 from 1:00-2:00 pm EDT. Speakers will share the common beliefs and behaviors of consumers who are taking action to improve the healthfulness of their diet and how they compare to those who have yet to change behavior as well as those who have successfully maintained healthful dietary habits. These consumer profiles offer keys to help health professionals break through barriers to achieving lasting healthful behavior change. Click here to register today!
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SUMMER 2015: What's Your Health Worth?, EXPO Milano 2015, "Single Study Syndrome"
MAY 2015: Future of Food (EXPO Milano), Grilling Tips, Food & Health Survey Webcast
APRIL 2015: Food & Nutrition Lessons from Mom, Microbiome, Flowers & Food Security
MARCH 2015: Chemophobia, Fitness Trackers, Dietary Guidelines 2015
FEBRUARY 2015: Farming Cocoa for Your Valentine’s Day Chocolate, At the Heart of Fats and Oils
DECEMBER 2014/JANUARY 2015: 2015 Food Trends Forecast, Gluten & Health, Life after PHOs
NOVEMBER 2014: A Very Southern Farm Tour, Diabetes Awareness, Turkey Safety for Thanksgiving
OCTOBER 2014: RDNs for Nutrition Expertise, Nutrition Behavior Profiles, Fall Food Days
SEPTEMBER 2014: Food Safety Month, Physical Activity & Obesity, Using Video for Education
AUGUST 2014: Back-to-School Nutrition, Pesticide & Health, Sustainable Nutrition
JULY 2014: Perceptions of Food Technology, Millennial Food Preferences, Introducing the FACTS Network
MAY/JUNE 2014: Food & Health Survey, Produce Safety, Summer Grilling Tips
APRIL 2014: ASN & Processed Food, "Banned Ingredients"
MARCH 2014: Nutrition is in Bloom - Changes to the NFP, Nutrient Adequacy, Trans Fat Q&A