Evolving trends in eating habits of children

Due to unprecedented health challenges over the past few years, people have been forced to stay home. Even with the resurgence of activities done face-to-face, the impacts of the pandemic have been proven to be here to stay. In this lecture with Federica Amati, PhD, we delve into things we have shifted to which have had indirect effects to nutrition, such as virtual schooling, and parental stress in relation with home-cooked meals. She also tackles why maternal and child health are a primary focus in research, the changing eating habits before, during, and now as we recover from the pandemic, and household food insecurity. Watch this video to learn more, and modern-day solutions worth looking into.