Use this section to find nutrition information related to cancer. You will find links below to Cancer Council NSW position statements on different nutritional factors and cancer risk.
Overweight, Obesity and Cancer Position Statement Physical Activity and Cancer Position Statement Alcohol and Cancer Prevention Position Statement Fruit, Vegetables and Cancer Prevention Position Statement Fibre, Wholegrain Cereals and Cancer Position Statement Meat and Cancer Prevention Position Statement Fish, Omega3 Fatty Acids and Cancer Position Statement Soy, Phyto-oestrogens and Cancer Position Statement Selenium and Cancer Position Statement Folate and Reducing Cancer Risk Position Statement Tea and Cancer Position Statement Salt and Cancer Risk Position Statement Healthy Diet and Physical Activity for Cancer Survivors Position Statement Food Marketing to Children Position Statement Marketing and Promotion of Alcohol Position Statement Front-of-Pack Food Labelling Position Statement Consumer Information and Labelling of Alcohol Position Statement Food Taxes Position Statement Alcohol Pricing and Taxation Position Statement Sugar-sweetened Beverages Position Statement Front-of-pack Food Labelling Report Cancer Council NSW, in collaboration with other public health and consumer organisations, has conducted a survey of 790 consumers to determine the front-of-pack food labelling system that would be most appropriate for adoption into the Australian grocery market. Front-of-Pack Food Labelling Report
NSW Healthy Food Basket – Cost Availability and Quality Survey 2007
Cancer Council NSW has conducted a study on the costs, availability and quality of healthy foods across 150 locations in NSW. The study showed that remote areas of NSW were hardest hit not only in fruit and vegetables affordability, quality and variety but prices also varied within regions. NSW Healthy Food Basket Report
The National Cancer Prevention Policy offers specific recommendations for programs and strategies to reduce the number of cancers diagnosed in Australia each year. The policy deals with reducing preventable risk factors, as well as population screening. The document is directed at government and non-government organisations and does not provide information for cancer prevention in individuals.
Cancer Council NSW has collaborated with The Physical Activity and Nutrition Obesity Research Group (PANORG) at Sydney University and Heart Foundation NSW to prepare this discussion paper on food security – Food Security: The what, who, why and where to of food security in NSW.
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