WEDNESDAY 21ST NOVEMBER, GALLERY ROOM 5

Understanding the determinants that underpin consumers’ food choices is critical to eliciting successful dietary behaviour change. This session explores the latest customer behavioural insight and technological developments used to motivate consumers to make healthier choices.

 Chair: Dr Paul Chadwick, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist & Co-Director of the MSc in Behaviour Change, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change

15:40 - 16:00

Shaping public perception and attitude towards calories: the behavioural science approach

Dr Paul Chadwick, Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist & Co-Director of the MSc in Behaviour Change, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change

16.00 - 16.20

Understanding nutrient density and the importance of balanced nutrition: A broad purpose behind meal replacement and food fortification

Professor Marion Flechtner -Mors, Professor of Nutritional Science, Senior Researcher, University Hospital of Ulm, on behalf of Herbalife Nutrition

16.20 - 16.40

Examining the evidence of successful interventions based on habit theory

Dr Rebecca Beeken, Department of Behavioural Science and Health, University College London

download presentation

16.40 - 17.00

Using digital tools to support behaviour change, drive engagement and improve outcomes

Lucy Jones, Clinical Director, Oviva UK Ltd

 

Back to tackling obesity

Sign up to Table Talk - the Food Matters Live weekly newsletter

Receive the latest news, views and insight from the world of food, health and nutrition. 


How would you like to be involved?