Pizza rehab: from junkfood to superfood

Pizza has a bad reputation. Sure, it’s bad for us, but we can’t resist indulging every now and then. But what if you could enjoy tasty pizza that packs serious nutritious punch? Wizardry, you say? Not quite. The transformation from cholesterol catastrophe to sustainable superfood is here, it’s in Copenhagen, and it’s cruelty-free.

WHO & GNH Maternal Nutrition report

As a World Health Organization collaboration center, our staff and students are passionate about reporting on the pressing issues in public health and nutrition. This month, GNH students, staff and interns co-authored the latest on ‘Good Maternal Nutrition’ alongside the WHO Regional Office for Europe. 

Women & Food Security in Uganda

Our resident Food Security expert Ransom Lekunze recently left us for Uganda, spending a month as a Visiting Lecturer for African Diaspora Support to African Universities. We caught up with him about his time spent juggling public lectures, co-publishing with Ugandan scholars, and carrying out his own research with the women behind Uganda’s agriculture industry.