Our mission is to create, preserve and communicate knowledge on the causes and prevention of disease in the population, on the promotion of health, and on the optimal delivery of health services, and thereby contribute to the health and well-being of the...

Freedom from Smoking® Online, or FFS Online, is a program specifically designed for adults who wish to quit smoking. It has been successful in helping thousands of smokers to quit.

FFS Online contains lessons accessible through their...

The amount of sugar in many popular brands found on Irish supermarket shelves is set to fall over the coming months. This includes some popular brands such as Kellogg’s, Coca-Cola and Unilever ice-creams.

Kellogg’s plans to cut more than 723 tons of...

The challenge is inspired by an initiative from Oklahoma where Mayor Mick Cornett decided to take action in 2007. Due to the high levels of obesity in USA, Mayor Cornett announced that the city was “going on a diet”. He challenged the citizens of Oklahoma...

Dr Eva Orsmond investigates Ireland's sugar consumption. She also helps a young family to reduce their sugar intake. Definitely worth a watch!


Welcome to the new website for the HRB Centre for Health and Diet Research

The HRB Centre for Health and Diet Research is a leading research hub in Public Health Nutrition focused on promoting the health and wellbeing of the Irish population.  The purpose of the Centre is to inform public policy, health promotion, clinical practice and the citizen. 

Following the completion of a very successful Phase One work programme, the Centre is now beginning Phase Two and is pleased to launch our updated project website to coincide with this exciting time. 

Knowledge transfer and dissemination will form an integral aspect of the Phase Two work programme for the Centre.  The new website will be central to this by providing an effective platform to disseminate and create greater awareness of the Centre’s research outputs.

We hope you find the website useful. Please contact us if you have any queries you wish to discuss. 

Best wishes,

Professor Ivan Perry, Principal Investigator of the HRB Centre for Health and Diet Research.

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