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The Alliance for Natural Health International is a UK-based, internationally-active, non-profit organisation, dedicated to promoting and safeguarding natural and sustainable healthcare through research, education and advocacy. We are passionate about protecting our fundamental right and freedom to select the diets, healthcare systems and lifestyles of our choice. Along with our strategic partnerships and alliances with consumers, practitioners, companies and elected representatives, using the tools of ‘good science’ and ‘good law’, we strive to help individuals, communities and populations at large to recognise, adopt and maintain access to the natural health products and services they require.
This comparison handout has been specifically designed to help you understand how government healthy eating guidelines differ from the guidelines designed by independent scientists. This educational tool depicts the UK, US and Harvard food plates, alongside ANH-Intl’s Food4Health Guidelines. Seen side by side, the differences are clear to see. On the back is a comparison chart which uses a simple traffic light system of red, amber and green to show which of the four plates ticks the key health boxes along with an explanation as to why.
This is a great resource for teachers and practitioners who are looking for easy ways to talk about healthy eating. Using clear, pictorial handout What's on Your Plate supports the education process and helps making the right food choices easier and clearer.
By purchasing these leaflets you are supporting the ongoing mission and work of ANH International, for which we thank you.
ANH founder Rob Verkerk PhD discusses the health benefits of a low carb/high fat diet from an evolutionary perspective in this video recording of his presentation at the 2020 Get Well Show. Find out how this way of eating can significantly reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer's disease.