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Measuring the cost of diets can help people make healthier food choices

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In this episode, Dr Meron Lewis discusses her Prevention Centre-sponsored PhD research project that measured the cost and affordability of diets in low socioeconomic households.

A Research Fellow at the University of Queensland's School of Public Health, Dr Meron Lewis research focuses on food price and affordability monitoring tools, protocols and methods, to help people make healthier food choices in their everyday lives.

Meron supported the development and implementation of the Healthy Diets Australian Standardised Affordability and Pricing (ASAP) protocol with Professor Amanda Lee. Healthy Diets ASAP measures the cost of a habitual diet, which is based on what people report they eat, and a healthy or recommended diet, which is based on the Australian Dietary Guidelines.

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