Category Archive for "Environnement/Alimentation durable"

“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

The importance of including Environmental Sustainability in Dietary Guidance.

In United States of America, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior has set the statement that the environmental sustainability should be

The new recommendations on diet, physical activity and physical inactivity in France: PNNS 4 (2017-2021)

Santé publique France has published the new recommendations on diet, physical activity and sedentary lifestyle for adults. They aim to guide the French

Nutri-score : Santé publique France et Open Food Facts s’associent

Le site internet d’informations sur les produits alimentaires OpenFoodFacts s’associe avec Santé publique France pour renforcer et optimiser l’ouverture au public des

L’INSERM lance son “Canal Détox” : Un outil informatique ouvert à tous

L’outil « Canal Detox » conçu par l’Inserm s’appuie sur l’expertise de ses chercheurs afin de faire le point sur les importantes questions scientifiques

Total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol on french population (the ESTEBAN study)

Hypercholesterolemia is a major cardiovascular risk factor, often undiagnosed. In France, in 2006, 18.8% of adults presented with LDL cholesterol (LDL-c) above

Etude Esteban et PNNS : les premiers résultats

L’Étude de SanTé sur l’Environnement, la Biosurveillance, l’Activité physique et la Nutrition (ESTEBAN) est une nouvelle étude nationale de santé publique qui

Relationship between food waste, diet quality, and environmental sustainability in US

This study was performed in USA in order to better understand the relationship between diet quality and environmental impact including the food

Fighting Obesity through Offer and Demand

The European FOOD programme (Fighting Obesity through Offer and Demand) uses an original approach to promote balanced nutrition. Through a double objective: