Category Archive for "Consommateurs"

Gaps to bridge: Misalignment between perception, reality andactions in obesity

Despite increased recognition as a chronic disease, obesity remains largely under-diagnosed and under-treated. The purpose of this study was to identify international

Sugar beverage consumption and cancer risk

In this large prospective study, the consumption of sugary drinks was positively associated with the risk of overall cancer and breast cancer.

Infant feeding: baby products would be too sweet

According to a recent WHO study,  baby foods in Europe would contain a high sugar content and would be marketed inappropriately. The

New allergen labelling in United Kingdom

The UK government introduced the new legislation for foods which are prepacked for direct sale. The FSA Board agreed on advice for Ministers

Les nouvelles recommandations du PNNS pour les enfants, les femmes enceintes et les seniors

Le Programme National de Nutrition Santé a été actualisé ce mois de juin. En plus de la population adulte française, il étend

le rapport de l’Inspection Générale sur le projet d’éducation alimentaire de la jeunesse mis en place dans les écoles en 2018 en France

Le projet d’éducation alimentaire de la jeunesse lancé en France en 2018 a été évalué par l’Inspection Générale de l’Education Nationale et

Séminaire AgenceBio 18 juin 2019 “le Bio face aux enjeux sociaux et environnementaux”

Ce mardi 18 juin se tiendra à Paris le séminaire “le Bio face aux enjeux sociaux et environnementaux” de l’AgenceBio. Ce séminaire

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.

E 319 additive could affect flu vaccine effectiveness

This study from the university of Michigan and funded by the National Institutes of Health tries to determine a new potential relation