Why do we eat the way we do? What happens to food in our body? How does nutrition maintain our health? How do we study the way people use food? How does culture influence our food choices? How is food discussed in the media? How can we change food-related behaviour?

The Master’s Programme in Human Nutrition and Food-Related Behaviour (HNFB) focuses on human nutrition and related behaviour from the perspective of public health nutrition, nutritional physiology and social sciences. The innovative, thought-inspiring programme is built around human nutrition, food-related behaviour and food consumption. Global sustainability goals – such as health, well-being, gender equality, education and wealth, ecology and cultural heritage – are topics which cross-cut all main themes in the programme.