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global obesity levels calculated by australian researchers

new research by professor boyd swinburn and gary sacks, with the world health organisation collaborating centre for obesity at deakin university, melbourne, has found that global obesity rates began to rise in the 1970s, and that by 2008 an estimated 1.46 billion adults were overweight while a further 502 million were obese. the research paper concludes that the changes needed are likely to require many sustained interventions at several levels, but that national governments should take the lead. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 26 August 2011
new obesity research revises the weight loss assumptions

new research on obesity, published today by the world-renowned medical journal the lancet, has revealed that, for decades, dietitians and doctors have been basing weight-loss advice on mistaken assumptions. the results of one study reveal how most weight-loss programs have overemphasized the importance that energy intake has on weight-loss. a research team led by kevin d. hall, phd, of the national institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases in maryland, usa, found that whereas patients are often advised that cutting 500 calories a day will allow them to lose one pound a week, the reduction for a 50-pound loss of weight would require three or more years, rather than 12 months. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 26 August 2011
early under-nutrition may increase heart disease risk in later life

exposure to famine or under-nutrition during childhood and adolescence may affect cardiovascular health in adult life, according to a new study. the research, published in the european heart journal, claims to provide the first direct evidence that acute under-nutrition during childhood development has an important impact on future health. researchers from the university medical centre utrecht and the university of amsterdam investigated the medical history of 7845 women who were children, teenagers or young adults during the dutch famine in 1944. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 25 August 2011
eastbourne launches the fhrs

eastbourne borough council has rolled out the fsa’s food hygiene rating scheme. more than 160 local authorities in england, wales and northern ireland are now publishing nearly 120,000 ratings at food.gov.uk/ratings. other local authorities will be rolling out the scheme over the next few months. more

 Source : food.gov.uk   Date : 24 August 2011
dutch dioxin-contaminated eggs exported to belgium and luxembourg

dioxin contaminated eggs produced in the netherlands have been exported to belgium and luxembourg, the dutch food safety authority has told foodproductiondaily.com. the nvwa said the eggs from one organic farm in the country had been sent to an egg packing station in belgium and from there to one retail chain in the country and another in luxembourg. officials also issued an alert that the tainted eggs had been used in the manufacture of egg products, and told companies not to use them until a full analysis had been completed. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 24 August 2011
african union: time to scale up nutritional interventions

nutritional interventions need to be scaled up to tackle malnourishment and undernourishment that affects more than 200m africans, the african union (au) has said. food fortification is one way to reduce african malnutrition levels, says nerad the au’s 10-year-old new partnership for africa\'s development (nepad) said at a recent meeting in addis ababa, ethiopia, that local networks needed to be better utilised to deliver more potent nutritional interventions. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 23 August 2011
sat-fat reductions not as effective for cholesterol reduction, suggests study

a diet that combines cholesterol-lowering foods may results in greater decreases in low density lipoprotein (ldl) cholesterol levels than a low-saturated fat diet, according to new research. the study, published in jama, investigated whether consuming a diet consisting of foods recognized to lower cholesterol achieved significantly greater percentage decreases in ldl-cholesterol levels compared with a low-sat fat control diet over a six month period. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 23 August 2011
review of food safety in the home

the agency has published a review of existing studies that explore how people manage food safety in their homes and what implications these behaviours could have on their health. the report found that, although they are often aware of good food hygiene practices, many people are failing to chill foods properly, aren’t following advice on food labels and aren’t sticking to simple hygiene practices that would help them avoid spreading harmful bacteria around their kitchens. more

 Source : food.gov.uk   Date : 22 August 2011
iafp’s global food safety forum in australia

for the first time in its 100 year history, the international association for food protection (iafp) is bringing its international forum to australia. the securing global food safety conferencence is to be held on 26 – 28 september 2011 in melbourne. the event also incorporates the 14th australian food microbiology conference, and is presented by the iafp, the australian institute of food science and technology inc (aifst) and the international commission on microbiological specifications for food (icmsf). more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 17 August 2011
private sector marketing offers “checklist” for healthy eating policy

emotional appeal and reacting quickly to trends are among the marketing success factors that new research has identified to help develop healthy eating policies. mapp on healthy eating promotion: \"...public-private partnerships should be used much more\" the european union-funded project eatwell has looked at private sector marketing techniques to see whether they could be applied to the public sector in its efforts to promote healthier eating. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 August 2011
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