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Marjolein Harbers Oct 18
‘It is through love that transformations happen.’ Loving this statement by David Nabarro at symposium
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Saskia Osendarp Oct 18
Nutrition and diet-related risk factors are at the core of many of the challenges the world now faces: posing a huge responsibility on all of us. at the conference at
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whatscooking.hn Oct 18
Impressive afternoon sessions by and during our symposium .
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Ruerd Ruben Oct 18
⁩ at ⁦ : we need optimistic attitude and linking capacities for transforming food systems
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Edith Feskens Oct 18
Rolf doing well ⁩ what would we do without him !
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whatscooking.hn Oct 18
Inspiring talk by about scenarios for nutrition in 2030
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PhD Tour Canada Oct 18
We are still looking for sponsors to fund our PhD Tour to Canada! It you want to help us out, scan a QR-code below or use this link:
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GlobalNutritionWageningen Oct 18
Another milestone the prevention of diabetes with a combined lifestyle program SLIMMER ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Alliantie Voeding Oct 18
Great pitch ! Her research showed that people with smell problems still show brain activity to odors. Succes to find out if smell training can bring back the perceived smell to patients.
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Saskia Osendarp Oct 18
Food is an economic commodity. That is what drives the way how our work and we need to recognize this. on the Global Syndemic of obestiy, undernutrition and climate change at .
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Pol Grootswagers Oct 18
This guy... 😂😂 How everybody bought his start 😂
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whatscooking.hn Oct 18
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Elbrich Postma Oct 18
One of the big global challenges is the syndemic that joins up obesity, undernutrition and climate change. states that sustainable dietary guidelines are part of the solution
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Alliantie Voeding Oct 18
Thanks for your inspiring presentation . Interesting studies on low carb, low fat and ultra processed foods.
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Eva Ketel Oct 18
Symposium Pioneering Nutrition - Celebrating 50 years of Human Nutrition in Wageningen - Great keynote talk by Kevin Hall
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Edith Feskens Oct 18
Sustainability as driver of food choice, longterm visioen needed and it is for others, not for ‘me and now’
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Elbrich Postma Oct 18
Kevin Hall shows that the body reacts to calorie restriction by adapting energy expenditure and appetite. Loosing weight also depends on your ability to handle these changes!
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Elbrich Postma Oct 18
Happy to represent the Sensory Science and Eating Behaviour chair group during the symposium with a pitch on the work from my PhD project!
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Marjolein Harbers Oct 18
Closing remarks by Prof Kees de Graaf, appealing to the Secretary of State to make sure the anticipated nutrition logo is in line with the Wheel of Five.
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Pol Grootswagers Oct 18
What a great symposium by our 50y old department. Super happy that I was given the opportunity to pitch my research here!
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