Scientific findings reveal that a healthy diet is correlated with environmental benefits. An ideal food pattern is usually based on scientific and nutritional findings, featuring depth and variety of dietary approaches. Meals should be dynamic, delicious, healthful and energizing for people of all ages. Source: OPUS research project

EatResponsible gives advice on food choices that can be beneficial for personal health. 

Our advice relies on scientific research by nutritionists and our studies on the environmental and social reliability of supply chains. 

EatResponsible concentrates advice on the underlying patterns of foods nutritional value and raises awareness on the importance of food purchasing and cooking choices, based on discovery of culinary traditions and local produce, with a pro-active and positive attitude. Read more

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sugar in our diet

by Carmen Miletta Cossa

is sugar good for our health? Do we really need sugar in our diet? ..and how much sugar we can actually eat?

Have a look to this article to find out more about sugar in our diet.

the health benefits of fibres

by Carmen Miletta Cossa

Fibres play an important role for our health. Fibres help weight control, normalize bowel movements, prevent type II diabetes, prevent breast cancer and  lower the risk of heart disease. So many reasons to know more about themand discover the food that contain them.

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The Mediterranean Diet

by Caroline Deen

The Mediterranean diet is one example of a plant based diet that is both sustainable and widely recognized to have extraordinary health benefits. It is a diet rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fibre and unsaturated fat ... Read the all article.

biodiversity and nutrition

by Carmen Miletta Cossa

“Biodiversity is essential for food security and nutrition. Thousands of interconnected species make up a vital web of biodiversity within the ecosystems upon which global food production depends”