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European Nutrition and Health Report 2009

Editor(s): Elmadfa I. (Vienna) 

Status: available   
Publication year: 2009
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Forum of Nutrition , Vol. 62
Editor(s): Elmadfa I. (Vienna) 
XIV + 412 p., 87 fig., 162 tab., hard cover, 2009
Status: available   
ISSN: 1660-0347
e-ISSN: 1662-2987

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The main objective of the report at hand was to gather available and authorized data, both published and unpublished, on the nutrition and health situation in the countries of the European Union (EU). Whereas the first report, released in 2004, included 13 EU member states and Norway, the 2009 edition covers 24 EU member states and Norway. For the collection of data, the researchers concentrated on the following points: The description of trends in food supply in the EU, focusing also on the different regions; the comparison of average daily individual food availability at household level; the evaluation of individual food consumption and energy and nutrient intake; the description of data on diet-related health indicators and status; and the analysis of food and nutrition policies in countries of the European Union. Throughout, the impact of age and gender is emphasized, and special attention is being paid to the different regions of the EU.
The broad scope of the subjects covered and the improved quality of the data collected make the European Nutrition and Health Report 2009 an accurate documentation and sound source of information. Providing a basis for the work of the institutions responsible for health and nutrition policy, it is especially suitable for use in international comparisons of the nutrition and health situation.
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