Food allergy (Infographic)
Does wheat make us fat and sick?
Life with a food allergy (Video)
Beat the food allergy
Increased diversity of food in the first year of life may help protect against allergies
Allergen management practices: Challenges for stakeholders
Development and evolution of risk assessment for food allergens
Managing the risk posed by the unintended presence of allergens in food products
Food Allergens - Allergic Reation to Food
Recommendations from WHO’s Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity
Nutrition labelling: How, where and why?
Beetroot may lower blood pressure and bread could serve as a ‘useful vehicle’ for delivery
EUFIC Forum n°6: Sustainability and social awareness labelling
One hour extra sleep may decrease type 2 diabetes risk
Trans fats and cardiovascular health: What is the current situation?
Coffee consumption may be linked to lower risk of type 2 diabetes
Highlights from the 22nd European Congress on Obesity 2015
Red and processed meats and the risks of cancer: What’s new from the International Agency for Research on Cancer?
Focus on food allergens
Striking differences of overweight and obesity rates in schoolchildren across Europe
Measuring burden of disease: The concept of QALYs and DALYs
Eating a combination of cholesterol-lowering foods may reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol levels
Highlights from the 21st European Congress on Obesity 2014
A combination of lower calorie intake and exercise may have additional benefits to reduce diabetes risk
Strengthening European food chain sustainability by quality and procurement policy (Strength2Food)
Inconsistent evidence to support a link between obesity and claimed food addiction
Overweight and Obesity Rates in Europe
Review confirms that cocoa flavonoids may reduce cholesterol
Highlights from the 20th European Congress on Obesity 2013
Omega-6 fatty acids associated with lower risks of heart disease and death
Saliva: What Does It Do and What Is Made Of?
EUFIC Forum N°8 - Consumer Attitudes towards ‘Free-From’ Labels
Obesity may dampen taste sensitivity in children and adolescents
Healthy bones for life
Current food allergy labelling can still be improved
Food allergen labelling
Combating obesity through national school food policies across Europe
New insights into nutrition labelling in Europe
Childhood Obesity Review
Toddlers who develop overweight but not underweight may be perceived by their mothers as healthy
Obesity and overweight
Large portions may contribute to weight gain
Threshold levels and effective avoidance of food allergens
A Mediterranean-like diet is associated with lower weight in children, but has become less common in the region
Preventing childhood obesity through community-based initiatives
Questions and Answers About Childhood Obesity
Brain response to food stimuli may explain link between inadequate sleep and obesity
It’s all about dental health
Food labelling to advance better education for life (FLABEL)
Food allergy campaign
The rising concern of gestational diabetes
Is the vegetarian diet more effective for weight loss?
Trends in diet, serum cholesterol and BMI among Swedish adults
Never too late to change: tips from the European Obesity Summit (EOS) 2016
Highlights from the 19th European Congress on Obesity 2012
Excess weight in childhood and adolescence: prevention and treatment
Psychological treatment for obesity: Determining what eating behaviours are involved
EUFIC Forum n°3: An energy-based approach to nutrition information on food labels
Do our nutrition labels work?
18th European Congress on Obesity gathering researchers from across the world
Eating Beta-Glucan In Oats Lowers Blood Cholesterol
EUFIC Forum n° 4: Observation, understanding and use of nutrition information on food labels
Allergen labelling for our foods
What’s new in obesity research: Highlights from the 11th International Congress on Obesity 2010
It contains exactly what it says on the label!
Getting a good night’s sleep may help loose weight and possibly reduce the risk of developing diabetes