Young Adults and Their Food Choices

McGill University’s School of Human Nutrition is investigating food literacy in young adults with type 1 diabetes.

Food literacy among patients may be the missing piece to improve health behaviors and to help in the prevention of comorbidities and complications in type 1 diabetes. Without a solid foundation in planning, managing, selecting and preparing food it is difficult to expect patients with diabetes to consume healthy foods during adulthood. It is crucial to understand the potential barriers that young adults face when trying to integrate their nutritional knowledge into concrete actions.

They are looking for Canadians between 18-29 years old with type 1 diabetes and without diabetes.

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