Global Challenge Lab: Health & Well-being Activity – Healthy Eating

Tuesday 20 July, 2am - 2.45am BST
Learn how eating well can help your health, wellbeing and mood.
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Learn how eating well can help your health, wellbeing and mood.

About this event

While participants of the Global Challenge Lab are focusing on the UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 “Good health and wellbeing” at a population level, it is really important to also think of your own good health and wellbeing. This is particularly important given the global COVID19 pandemic, where a lot of us are living/working/studying in a very different way to how we would have pictured back in 2019.

On the 21st of July, Briar McKenzie and Emalie Rosewarne, Accredited Practising Dietitians, and researchers, from the George Institute for Global Health, will be discussing all things food, and how eating well can support your general wellbeing and mood. In particular, they will cover the following points:

  • Why is a healthy diet important?
  • What is a healthy diet?
  • How do you achieve a healthy diet?
  • How does eating well help your mood?
  • Diet myth busting

Alternate Time Zones:

  • Toronto: Tuesday, 20 July – 21:00
  • London: Wednesday, 21 July – 02:00
  • Beijing: Wednesday, 21 July – 09:00
  • Singapore: Wednesday, 21 July – 09:00
  • Chennai: Wednesday, 21 July – 06:30

Join us to find out more!

To find out more about the Global Challenge Lab, visit:

You do not need to join the Global Challenge Lab to attend this event.

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The George Institute for Global Health is an independent global medical research institute established and headquartered in Sydney, with additional major centres in China, India and the UK, and an international network of experts and collaborators. Our mission is to improve the health of millions of people worldwide, particularly those living in disadvantaged circumstances, by challenging the status quo to find the best ways to prevent and treat non-communicable diseases (NCDs), injury and violence.

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