Nutrition & Diet for Healthy Lifestyles in Europe

Working Party 2 : Final report

 22 February 2000


Chair:  Michael Gibney,  Institute of European Food Studies, Trinity College, Dublin
Rapporteur: Brittmarie Sandström Research Department of Human Nutrition, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark

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Scientific review documents were commissioned for Working Party 2 and abstracts of these articles are available here :

  1. Analytical approaches to food-based dietary guidelines in the European setting
    KFAM Hulshof, LM Valsta, DC Welten and MRH Löwik

  2. Food availability and consumption at national, household and individual levels: implications for food-based dietary guidelines development
    L Serra-Majem

  3. Food composition issues – implications for the development of food-based dietary guidelines
    C Leclercq, LM Valsta and A Turrini

  4. Under-reporting in dietary surveys – implications for development of food-based dietary guidelines
    W Becker and D Welten

  5. Correlation analyses as a step to identify foods that are sources of inter-individual variability in nutrients; their use for the development of food-based dietary guidelines
    C Leclercq and D Arcella

  6. Eating patterns – temporal distribution, converging and diverging foods, meals eaten inside and outside of the home –implications for developing FBDG
    JM Kearney, KFAM Hulshof and MJ Gibney

The full text of these articles will  be made available by the European Commission in 2002.
The articles were first published in the peer reviewed journal Public Health Nutrition  4. 2(B) 2001: ‘Nutrition and Diet for Healthy Lifestyles in Europe: the EURODIET evidence”.  Special Issue editors : A. Ferro Luzzi, M. Gibney and M. Sjöström.

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