Category Archive for "Recommandation"

The majority of adolescents in the world are not physically active enough in 2016

This study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), presents updated national, regional and global estimates of the prevalence of insufficient physical

The Superior Health Council of Belgium launches 12 dietary recommendations to preserve and improve the health of the population

The Superior Health Council (SHC) is the body of Belgian public health scientific opinion with the aim of guaranteeing and improving the health

Le nouveau Programme National de l’Alimentation et de la Nutrition (PNAN)

Le Programme National de l’Alimentation et de la Nutrition (PNAN) fixe le cap de la politique française sur l’alimentation et la nutrition

Consultation publique de l’EFSA sur l’évaluation des risques cumulés des pesticides

L’EFSA lance une consultation publique sur les évaluations des risques pour l’homme liés aux résidus de pesticides multiples dans l’alimentation. Les parties

Publication of the european Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) for sodium and chloride

Last year, EFSA launched his online interactive tool for consulting all the Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) for macronutrients (The DRV Finder). EFSA

Misalignment between perception, reality andactions in obesity

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

Update of the list of QPS- recommended biological agents intentionally added to food or feed

The list of micro-organisms was updated with 47 biological agents, received between October 2018 and March 2019 (published on July 15, 2019).

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

Plant-based diet could lead to Crohn’s disease remission

Following a plant-based diet could be an effective treatment for Crohn’s disease, according to an US study. This study involved a 20-year-old

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