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65 – July/August 2021 N° 65 - July 2021 school intervention Children School-based interventions to increase fruit and vegetables consumption: efficacy, success and challenges Throughout the last decades considerable scientific evidence has shown that comprehensive school-based interventions for children are key for community obesity prevention efforts and for child´s health, by improving healthy behaviors where increasing fruit and vegetables (F&V) consumption is a top priority. In the context of the International Year of Fruit and Vegetables (2021), this edition [...]
64 – June 2021 N° 64 - June 2021 Special edition for international year of fruits and vegetables: initiatives of the global alliance for the promotion of fruit and vegetables consumption The entities that promote the fruit and vegetables (F&V) consumption around the world are key agents to raise awareness on the importance of the daily consumption of F&V for One Health. The challenges that the pandemic is posing for humanity have put food systems to the test, but we have observed how the F&V sector [...]
63 – May 2021 N° 63 - May 2021 Diabète Fruit and vegetables consumption and type 2 diabetes prevention In this issue of the Global Fruit & Veg Newsletter, three summary reports are presented. Kjell Olsson et al. examined 18 years’ risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D) in relation to carbohydrate intakes in 26 662 Swedish men and women. High intakes of monosaccharides and fruits were associated with lower T2D risk, while intakes of [...]
62 – April 2021 N° 62 - April 2021 Dietary guidelines - are they in line with a sustainable diet ? Food-based Dietary Guidelines are documents produced by policy makers that recommend how citizens should eat. Since the 1960s, Dietary Guidelines have become one of many dietary change tools in a food policy maker’s tool-kit. Tensions between health and sustainability in Dietary Guidelines have been discussed since the early 2010s. Review of national healthy and sustainable [...]
61 – March 2021 N° 61 - March 2021 Nudges and food consumption behaviours Recently, scholars from all over the world have been examining tools and methodologies to improve dietary intake among people to improve health and well-being. One of the most popular methodology is nudging, with various outcomes, based on the famous book by Thaler and Sunstein (2009). The theoretical and political philosophy concept that lies behind nudging [...]