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Benchmarking food environment policies for the prevention of diet-related non-communicable diseases in Kenya: National expert panel's assessment and priority recommendations.

lists/nutrient declarations; systems regulating health claims; restrictions on marketing breast milk substitutes; and school nutrition policies. Infrastructure support actions in ‘implementation’ phase included: ...

Risk assessment of ochratoxin A in food

per day, respectively. Median OTA exposures in breastfed infants ranged from 1.7 to 2.6 ng/kg bw per day, 95th percentile exposures from 5.6 to 8.5 ng/kg bw per day in average/high breast milk consuming ...

Implementation of healthy food environment policies to prevent nutrition-related non-communicable diseases in Ghana: National experts' assessment of government action.

proposed and prioritized actions for government implementation. Three-quarters of all good practice indicators were rated at ‘low’/’very little’ implementation. Restricting the marketing of breast milk ...

Risk assessment of aflatoxins in food

contribution to the mean chronic dietary exposure to AFB1 in all age classes, while ‘liquid milk’ and ‘fermented milk products’ were the main contributors to the AFM1 mean exposure. Aflatoxins are genotoxic and ...

(Non-)Sense of Milk Testing in Small Ruminant Lentivirus Control Programs in Goats. Comparative Analysis of Antibody Detection and Molecular Diagnosis in Blood and Milk

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Adjadj, Nadjah Radia; Vicca, Jo; Michiels, Rodolphe; De Regge, Nick Source: Viruses, Volume 12, Issue 1 (2020) Health Topics:  Animal health Santé animale Diergezondheid Service:  Enzootic, vecto ...

Experimental evidence of mechanical lumpy skin disease virus transmission by Stomoxys calcitrans biting flies and Haematopota spp. horseflies.

N; Kris De Clercq Source: Sci Rep, Volume 9, Issue 1 (2019) Abstract: Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is a devastating disease of cattle characterized by fever, nodules on the skin, lymphadenopathy and milk ...

Determinants of persistent organic pollutant (POP) concentrations in human breast milk of a cross-sectional sample of primiparous mothers in Belgium

Human breast milk Organochlorine pesticides PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS Primipara mothers Abstract: Background Bio-accumulation of persistent organic pollutants (POP s) in the environment and in the ...

Piacentinu Ennese PDO cheese as reservoir of promising probiotic bacteria.

area of Enna (Sicily, Italy), using raw ewe’s milk without the addition of any starter cultures. In the present study, the  Lactobacillus  population of Piacentinu Ennese PDO cheese was in vitro screened ...

Levels of Persistent organic pollutants in breast milk: Belgian results from the 6 th WHO-coordinated survey

Mirjana Andjelkovic Source: 11th International Symposium on Biological Monitoring in Occupational and Environmental Health (ISBM-11) (2019) Keywords: breast milk PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS POP Abstract: ...

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