How ‘flavourful’ is your food? Just read the label…
Con i conservanti i cibi durano più a lungo e sono più sicuri
La miscela perfetta: gli emulsionanti rendono
Food additives and preschool children
Low-calorie sweeteners, more than just a sweet taste
Food additives and their re-evaluation in the EU
Acidity regulators: The multi-task players
Herbs and spices: A useful approach for reducing salt content in soup
Focus on Stevia
New EU label to warn against hyperactivity in children is based on unrealistic consumption levels, say scientists
Can too much salt double your risk of heart failure?
Dolcificanti: Rispondiamo alle domande comuni e sfatiamone i miti
EFSA conclude aspartame and its breakdown products are safe
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Europe
Should we forget five-a-day? Not so fast!
Key challenges in reducing salt intake: An international study
Benefits and safety of low calorie sweeteners
Spotlight on… British Nutrition Foundation
La Stevia: un dolcificante naturale con un potenziale
Why do we opt for the light version?
Stevia sweeteners: No evidence of genotoxicity
Il ruolo dei dolcificanti ipocalorici nel controllo del peso corporeo
Lower Socioeconomic Status Linked to an Unhealthy Diet
Low calorie sweeteners
La scienza dietro i superfood: sono davvero super?
UK salt campaign may have successfully reduced salt intake, but what are the next steps?
8th DIETS - EFAD conference: Understanding sweetness
Fabbisogni nutrizionali speciali per bambini atleti
Labelling foods as ‘low in salt’ may not reduce actual salt intakes
Stevia and its evaluation by EFSA
Time to find the recipe for healthy ageing in Europe
Skipping breakfast may increase food intake at lunchtime
Can coffee boost more than just your energy levels?
Dietitian perceptions of low-calorie sweeteners
10 consigli per uno stile di vita sano negli adulti
The Nordic diet: Is it as healthy as the Mediterranean?
Gli alimenti fermentati fanno bene alla salute?