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Food insecurity and its association with changes in nutritional habits among adults during the COVID-19 confinement measures in Belgium.

online health surveys were conducted during March-May 2020. Multinomial logistic regression models were used to determine associations between self-reported changes in fruit, vegetable, soft drink and ...

Shaping Physical, Economic, and Policy Components of the Food Environment to Create Sustainable Healthy Diets.

affordability, such as fortification, preventing food loss through supply chain improvements; and commodity specific vouchers for fruits, vegetables, and legumes. Other policy actions that address accessibility to ...

Food cost and adherence to guidelines for healthy diets: evidence from Belgium.

fruits and vegetables contributed less for lower versus higher educated households. Compared to individuals not meeting any nutrient recommendations (sodium, saturated fat, free sugar, fibre), the average ...

Risk to human health related to the presence of perfluoroalkyl substances in food

Upper bound exposure was 4‐ to 49‐fold higher than LB levels, but the latter were considered more reliable. ‘Fish meat’, ‘Fruit and fruit products’ and ‘Eggs and egg products’ contributed most to the ...

Food groups and risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and heart failure: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of prospective studies

was to synthesize the knowledge about the relation between intake of 12 major food groups (whole grains, refined grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, eggs, dairy, fish, red meat, processed meat, ...

Habitual food consumption of the Belgian population in 2014-2015 and adherence to food-based dietary guidelines.

was below the minimum recommended. A large majority of the population had an inadequate consumption of dairy products (98%), vegetables (95%), fruit (91%), potatoes, rice and pasta (88%) bread and ...

A comparative study on chemical composition, antibiofilm and biological activities of leaves extracts of four Tunisian olive cultivars

Mastouri, Maha Source: Heliyon, Volume 5, Issue 5 (2019) Abstract: Olea europaea L. is one of the most important fruit trees in Tunisia because of its content of many potentially bioactive compounds. The aim ...

Pesticide residues in Tunisian table grapes and associated risk for consumer’s health

Volume 12, Issue 2 (2019) Keywords: Fruit grapes Pesticide residues Abstract: Sixty-four table grape samples from different regions of Tunisia were collected during three consecutive years (2015–2017). The ...

High relative humidity pre-harvest reduces post-harvest proliferation of Salmonella in tomatoes.

Source: Food Microbiol, Volume 66, p.55-63 (2017) Keywords: Food Contamination Food Handling Fruit Humans Humidity Lycopersicon esculentum Salmonella Temperature Time Factors Abstract: Outbreaks of human ...

Plasticizers and bisphenol A, in packaged foods sold in the Tunisian markets: study of their acute in vivo toxicity and their environmental fate.

fruit juices (0.4 mg/kg), and chocolate (0.884 mg/kg). The obtained data in vivo clearly showed that the acute administration of BBP caused hepatic and renal damage as demonstrated by an increase in ...

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