03 May 2013
Why do people criticise foods produced for weight management but nonetheless consume them when on a diet to lose weight?
11 December 2012
A diet based on a variety of nutritious foods, including plenty of fruits and vegetables, remains the best way to ensure a balanced nutrient intake for optimal health.
04 November 2012
Researchers at the University of Nottingham have found that skipping breakfast leads to increased food intake later in the day. Their study also shows how eating breakfast can affect metabolic and hormonal responses to subsequent meals.
26 September 2012
This association between SES and healthiness of diet is not fully understood yet but investigating the motives underlying food choice might provide more insight.
26 March 2012
Eating a balanced traditional Nordic diet was associated with lower death rates in a Danish cohort study, published by researchers from the Danish Cancer Society, Aarhus University and Aalborg Hospital, Denmark.
10 January 2012
A majority of European citizens associate a healthy diet with fruit and vegetable consumption, and many of them believe that their diet is healthy. But is this true? Do people in Europe actually get the amounts of fruit and vegetables recommended for good health?
10 March 2011
Many people choose to exclude meat and other animal products from their diet for a variety of reasons and to varying extents. Careful planning is needed to ensure adequate nutrient intakes.
04 March 2006
Consumers in Europe can benefit from an unprecedented variety of food and food products, along with information on food, to help ensure that their diets are nutritious.