Tea: Health and hydration
Coffee in moderation does not cause dehydration in habitual consumers
Hydration: A basic aspect in nutrition
Personalised nutrition perceived positively by consumers
Sowing the seeds of good health
Nutrition (The basics)
Link found between inactivity and poor child health
Food4Me’s food frequency questionnaire proves valuable as accurate dietary assessment tool
Food shelf life and its importance for consumers
Can a healthy diet be environmentally sustainable?
Personalised nutrition: Food4Me project
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Europe
Mind vs stomach? Food perceptions may also influence hunger and fullness
Why we eat what we eat: The barriers to dietary and lifestyle change
Is the vegetarian diet more effective for weight loss?
Are worldwide efforts to promote fruit and vegetable consumption effective enough?
Physical activity and safety concerns
What is The Role of Gut Bacteria in Human Health?
Why do we opt for the light version?
Behaviour Change Models and Strategies
EU platform for action on diet, physical activity and health
‘Eurobarometer’ survey highlights the challenges of getting Europeans active
Regular breakfast: A healthy habit in childhood and beyond
What are Food Supplements and Who Needs Them?
Seeking commercial survival: business models for personalised nutrition
Nutrition Standards for Healthy School Lunches in Europe
Palm oil (Q&A)
Behaviour change - from science to implementation (FENS 2015)
Strategies to mitigate meat consumption should consider dietary choices
More than fresh: Vegetable choices for everyone
Physical Activity And Health
New consensus on energy balance and body weight regulation
Physical Activity and Barriers to Participation in Children
Food and addiction
Interventions to Promote Healthy Eating Habits (EATWELL)
Special nutritional requirements of the child athlete
Lower Socioeconomic Status Linked to an Unhealthy Diet
EUFIC’s Cool Food Planet educational website
Personalised nutrition: opportunities and challenges (Food4Me)
How to eat healthily on a budget
Researchers identify key personalised-nutrition business models and factors
A life less sedentary
Nutrition and the genome: A new chapter in health and disease
Reducing sedentary behaviours may lead to decrease in BMI
Keeping your weight under control
Energy balance explained (Video)
Food and addictive behaviour (Q&A)
New nutrition guidelines for Europe, halfway there…
Understanding and concern for sustainability do not translate into action on food choices
What Are Dietary Reference Values (DRVs)?
The Factors That Influence Our Food Choices
What determines the nutrition knowledge of food shoppers across Europe?
Black and white thinking may hinder one’s ability to maintain a healthy weight
Eggs revisited: Nutritious and safe to eat
Meal timing is a possible predictor of weight loss effectiveness
Small changes to prevent weight gain
Getting a good night’s sleep may help loose weight and possibly reduce the risk of developing diabetes
The Nutritional Value of Potatoes
From farm to fork: Eating outside the home and the risks involved
Free versus fee-based personalised nutrition
Water balance, fluids and the importance of good hydration
Can cooking skills be the key to health?
Chewing more may increase satiety but did not reduce food intake at next meal
Bread: A nutritious staple
Nutrition for Children and Adolescents
Skipping breakfast may increase food intake at lunchtime
The Importance of Food Labelling
Physical activity: are you a weekend warrior?
An increase in physical activity may reduce mortality risk in inactive people
Eating out: The healthier way
Shift Work: Nutrition Tips to Stay Healthy
Beneficial effects of exercise after morning breakfast on our mental performance and mood
Stress and food intake
10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults
The Nordic diet: Is it as healthy as the Mediterranean?
Mindless to mindful eating
Questions and Answers About Childhood Obesity
“Eating addiction”, rather than “food addiction”, better captures addictive-like eating behaviour
Food safety tips for travellers
What Are Superfoods and Are They Really Super?