COVID-19, Nutrition, and You: Lessons from a Pandemic

We can take steps to be better prepared individually, and as a nation, for future crises.

The COVID-19 epidemic laid bare some stark realities about nutrition in the United States: our food system is fractured, and the resulting poor nutrition and inequities are major contributors to the devastation caused by this disease. The fact is, the overall severity of COVID-19 cases might have been reduced had there been nationwide access to […]
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