Food For A Healthy Planet II (Reader)

University of Melbourne

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H1 FFHP2 + Cheat Sheet

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This is a detailed note of all lectures excluding 13 and 14 for FFHP2. I have included all the impor...

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UNI20014 Food For a Healthy Planet II -- FULL Notes for the Upcoming MST!

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NO TIME TO MAKE YOUR OWN NOTES? This document includes, - covering all lectures from Lecture 1 -...

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PART 2 of 2 UNIB20014 notes!

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PART 2 of 2 UNIB20014 notes! - includes colour coded, diagrams, comments Check out PART 1 of 2 n...

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PART 1 of 2 UNIB20014 Full Lecture Series Notes

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PART 1 of 2 UNIB20014 notes! - includes colour coded, diagrams, comments Check out PART 2 of 2 n...

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UNIB20014 Food Economy Lecture Series Notes

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Still have trouble understanding food economics? No time to listen, or make notes on this topic? -...

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Food for a Healthy Planet 2: Comprehensive H1 lecture notes AND cheat sheet

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Comprehensive notes covering all lectures in detail - perfect to help you write cheat sheet AND als...

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UNIB20014 H1 Cheat Sheet

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This is a double sided A4 cheat sheet for the final exam. This cheatsheet contains the entire course...

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Comprehensive H1 Food For a Healthy Planet II (UNIB20014) Summary Notes

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This is a comprehensive compilation of information from Food For a Healthy Planet II Lectures, provi...

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Food for a healthy planet 2 H1 Cheat sheet

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Food for Healthy Planet up-to-date Cheat sheet including tutorial readings and forum notes. This che...

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Notes have all details from lectures and tutorials! In dot points and highly organized

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This is a really good breadth. The content is easy yet interesting (besides the food economy-yawn). The MST and exams were really fair, as was the forum report, which was literally just summarising a lecture (no new information, no referencing... amazing!). Really recommend this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Awesome subject. Well ran and the content is overall pretty interesting save for the food economy stuff which i could not physically sit through. I like that they bring in expert speakers for the forums. Easy to do well in.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This subject is great. I think most students enjoy it because all of the content is relevant to life. To get the most out of this subject, try and go to all of the lectures. You'll absorb it so much better and there are a few lectures which are interactive (we had one on bee-keeping, and the lecturer brought his bees in!) This subject isn't so much about the little details but is trying to give you an overall appreciation for food, nutrition, safety, production and how this fits into your life and the broader world. It's a pretty "feel-good" subject, and you're guaranteed to walk away having learned something really meaningful.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Really enjoyed this subject, if you're interested in global health and healthy diets and want to boost your WAM then this is perfect. Not much time is required to do well and as someone else already said, you get a A4 cheat sheet in the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This is a great subject to take to get a holistic view of current trends in the food industry and how it is impacting our health, the economy, and the environment. A lot of it overlaps with Food for a Healthy Planet 1 but there is no need for any background knowledge. The tutors are helpful in identifying relevant information for the exam, and we even got one of our final exam essay questions at our last tutorial.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

very interesting subject!! No need science background, you can followed it quite easily, as long as you listen to the lecture, because the lecture gives many bit information that might covered in textbook confusedly. so, listen to the lecture will help, and study from the tutorial slide for the final exam. The most interesting part is sugar, trans fat, salt, an wine, and allergies (wine and allergies in forum). Global nutrition is also quite interesting,. But, as this is breadth subject, marks for the essay might a bit tough. They will mark you for reference and bibliography, and you need to cover everything you need to cover in 1000 words essay. Quite tough, but very interesting!!!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Easy subject as it is catered to anyone of any background/ability. You're allowed to bring in an A4 double side cheat sheet into the exam. First section of the course very interesting about salt, sugar, carbohydrates and dietary fibre/resistant starch, and also very easy to learn. The supply and demand section of the course is very boring, watch the lectures on double speed so the lecturers voice sounds normal. Very well coordinated, and the tutors actually listen to you/want to help you

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

As this was a Uni Breadth, the subject encompassed a whole range of different aspects regarding food for a healthy planet, including nutrition, poverty, commerce, GM foods and more. I found the nutrition aspect very interesting, as it delved into the basic health aspects and was applicable to your own life. However, I found the sections about supply/demand and developing GM foods very boring (though it is more about rote learning). You don't really need to bother buying the notes book as it is supplied as a PDF on the LMS for free. Make sure to take good notes during the semester, as the exam allows you to bring in a two sided A4 page of notes! Keep an open mind about what to expect and you will enjoy this subject!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014