Category Archive for "Comportements"

A study about food allergies knowledge and attitudes in restaurant staff in Germany

This study from the searchers of the University of Düsseldorf deals with the food allergy knowledge, attitudes and their determinants among restaurant

The effect of portion size and over-consumption in children and adolescents: solutions to reduce their portions

This study from the University of Leeds in UK deals with the portions size effect (PSE) and overconsumption for chidren and adolescents.

A UK global review about the use of commercial food purchase datas around the world

A UK global analysis by the Nuffield Department of Population Health of Oxford University was conducted on food sales or purchasing data

In France, 1 in 2 children are below calcium intake recommendations

The CREDOC has evaluated the individual consumption of dairy products and calcium intakes in children living in France, aged between 3 and

A world analysis about the health effects of dietary risks between 1990-2017

This study provides a global analyzis of the potential impact of suboptimal diet on noncommunicable disease (NCD) mortality and morbidity, highlighting the

Le Haut Conseil de la Santé Publique a publié son rapport d’évaluation de la stratégie nationale de santé

Le Haut Conseil de la Santé Publique (HCSP) a été saisi par la ministre des Solidarités et de la Santé pour assurer

Report calls for “global health diets” and for immediate action

The EAT-Lancet Commission, born from the merger of The Lancet with EAT, a non-profit start-up dedicated to the transformation of the global

Le Baromètre 2019 sur les produits biologiques en France

L’AgenceBio a publié en février 2019 son rapport annuel “Baromètre de consommation et perception des produits biologiques en France“. Le dossier de

“Is Creating a sustainable food future possible?” The World Ressources Report

The World Resources Institutes produced this global report in partnership with the World Bank Group, United Nations (UN) Environment, UN Development Programme,

Consumers underestimate the emissions associated with food but are aided by labels

This study focused on the energy consumption and the GreenHouse Gas (GHG) emissions for food production. Results showed that consumers significantly underestimated