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The European Association for the Study of Obesity represents 34 nations working to reduce unhealthy excess weight across Europe.
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EASO 16h
Fascinating post by about snacking - Will "Functional Food" Replace Candy Bars? - ConscienHealth also see “The future of snacking: Flavorful, functional and full of opportunity”
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EASO 19h
Associations of multidimensional socioeconomic and built environment factors with trajectories among youth in geographically heterogeneous communities community socioeconomic deprivation appears central to obesogenic environments
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EASO 20h
New research in Facts Extensive Phenotyping for Potential Weight-Inducing Factors in an Outpatient Population with Obesity - FullText - Obesity Facts 2019, Vol. 12, No. 4 - Karger Publishers
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EASO 22h
The official release from Breaking study find baby foods are high in and inappropriately marketed for babies
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Michelle Vicari Jul 15
Proud of for their involvement in this case which is another way OAC is helping fight weight bias. 👏🏽👍🏽
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Uni of Leeds FSN Jul 15
We are proud to announce researchers from our School have collaborated with to develop a Nutrient Profile Model aimed at improving the nutritional quality of baby food, with thresholds for fats, sugar and salt.
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EASO Jul 15
Good to hear describe increasing efforts to develop systems approaches to tackling challenges. Additional reading materials
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EASO Jul 15
Digital marketing to children () is a major challenge and is leading work on developing a monitoring tool on - mentions the negative impact of digital influencers here
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Zofia Bajorek Jul 15
support from is important - read the report from here:
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EASO Jul 15
Key point at the launch event on the report on improving child - social policy - work and cultural support for breastfeeding mothers is crucial to enable higher uptake during the first 6 months of life.
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EASO Jul 15
Now from - key research partner in the project - reminds us that we should support the use of big data to improve our research capacities and understanding of child feeding practices
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EASO Jul 15
Margherita Caroli speaking on behalf of about the need to work together at the intersection of and . working on a digital toolkit for infant says Commission representative Evangelina Grammatikaki
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EASO Jul 15
Strong statements by the panel here in at meeting with and a call to action for industry to take up nutrient guidance to support child health and the general population
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EASO Jul 15
Small changes can make a big difference to product quality - reformulation by industry is essential here child
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EASO Jul 15
Important to look at the following recommendations for baby food promotion and composition
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EASO Jul 15
The marketing of commercial baby food to babies under 6 months, which contravenes guidelines has mushroomed, and is extremely problematic. The new report offers strong recommendations. Start by prohibiting added sugars
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EASO Jul 15
Between 18% and 57% foods in the study research have 30% of calories from sugar, and the Executive Summary provides a snapshot about the huge number of products that include statements on health and
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EASO Jul 15
Early has a major impact on diet related over the life course. There is growing concern about the poor nutritional composition of baby food. shares data - 40% of male children overweight or with early in some countries
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EASO Jul 15
Product reformulation can have a major impact on the quality of food consumed by European infants and small children, Leen Meulenbergs and . 2 reports launched today in
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