Babies, brains, and a fishy dilemma

Navigating online nutrition information can be confusing. One site claims oily fish are rich in fatty acids essential for healthy brain development. Another says fish contain toxic levels of mercury which damage children’s brain development. Fortunately, the European Journal of Public Health has published GNH graduate Suman Thapa’s review of fish consumption and cognitive development. Refreshing fact-checking, in 2016’s post-truth Internet chaos.

New Nordic Cuisine: Bugs

Michelin stars and bugs don’t make obvious allies in an award-winning restaurant. But Noma’s Head Chef René Rezepi is hoping to start a food revolution by introducing bugs to Western palettes. GNH graduate Tine Niklasson promotes gastronomic entophagy through her company Buggies. Why are world-leading chefs and enterprising GNH graduates so excited about eating bugs?

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.