Investigating the risk-benefit balance of substituting red and processed meat with fish in a Danish diet.

Last updated on 23-8-2019 by Anonymous (niet gecontroleerd)

Peer reviewed scientific article

Engels

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Danish dietary guidelines recommend the Danish population to increase the consumption of fish while decreasing the consumption of red and processed meat to prevent nutrition-related diseases. However, the presence of contaminants in these foods may affect the overall risk-benefit balance of such substitution. We performed a quantitative risk-benefit assessment on substituting red and processed meat with fish in a Danish diet. We modeled the substitution among Danish adults based on data from a Danish dietary survey and compared four alternative scenarios based on varying chemical and nutrie…

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