Global Fruit & Veg

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Global Fruit & Veg est un bulletin mensuel gratuit en anglais destiné aux professionnels de la santé dans lequel des chercheurs du monde entier contribuent à la rédaction d’articles non publiés. Aprifel vous offre l’accès à la base de données complète des bulletins Global Fruit & Veg depuis 2000 en format PDF. Une newsletter en français est également disponible.

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54 – July/August 2020 N° 54 - July 2020 How to tackle obesity? The prevalence of obesity has risen rapidly in the last two decades, especially among subpopulations exposed to cheap ultra-processed foods. On current trends, obesity is expected to affect 18% of men and more than 21% of women by 2025. In the present issue of The Global Fruit & Veg Newsletter (GFVN), Jean-Michel Lecerf, based on [...]
53 – June 2020 N° 53 - June 2020 Fruit and vegetable consumption and cardiovascular diseases prevention Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. Cancer is continuing to develop, but better preventive measures could slow it down and save hundreds of thousands of lives each year, especially in developing and emerging countries. That is, in essence, the key messages of the two lengthy reports made public on March 4th, 2020 [...]
52 – April/May 2020 N° 52 - April 2020 Food environment and the impact on food consumption Our obesogenic environment is tempting us to perform unhealthy behaviors, leading to overweight and obesity. This environment is a complex system of interactions between multiple environmental characteristics. As the level of urbanization is increasing, more individuals will be exposed to the same environment. This further endorses the relevance to better understand the relationship between the [...]
51 – March 2020 N° 51 - March 2020 Food promotion research Food marketing is omnipresent, affecting our dietary behavior in a significant and mostly negative way. The largest share of the food marketing budget is spent on energy-dense foods that are high in salt, sugar and fat. Many scholars agree that this has led to an obesogenic environment, which stimulates becoming overweight and obese. More importantly, [...]
50 – January/February 2020 N° 50 - January 2020 Fruit and vegetable consumption and mental health A large body of epidemiological and trial evidence supports the beneficial role of fruit and vegetable (F&V) intake in general wellbeing and prevention of major chronic diseases across several populations and age groups, including positive effects in the prevention and management of common mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety.  Epidemiological evidence on the potential [...]