Infographics: Recommendations on how to tackle nutrition issues among parents
01.02.2021 Blog , News
A recent study suggest that parents feel overwhelmed wit online nutrition content about sugar and other dietary issues.
In this Infographics, recommendations for communication with parents based on their interest are presented.
The recommendations are based on this study by Andreia Ferreia de Moura (ESR8).
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