Many disparate groups in Australia now concur about the need for continuous food and nutrition monitoring
Poor nutrition contributes to Australia’s current health problems in several ways. Heart disease and cancer, both strongly related to nutrition, remain the leading causes of death. At the same time, the prevalence of obesity and diabetes is alarmingly high, and deficiencies of vitamin D, iodine, and calcium are re-emerging.
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