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Diet modelling: How it can inform the development of dietary recommendations and public health policy

Abstract : With the global population expected to increase to 9 billion by 2050 coupled with concerns about food security in relation to climate change and increasing prosperity in many parts of the world causing desire for a less monotonous diet, efficient use of resources such as food becomes ever more important. While the prevalence of obesity is a cause for concern in many parts of the world, many people still go to bed hungry, and in many communities, obesity co-exists with poor diet quality. The result is a series of complex and challenging nutrition problems, such as the access to nutritionally adequate and affordable diets and the development of dietary recommendations. Diet modelling is a useful tool to help identify solutions to such complex questions and this paper summarises a session on this topic at the International Congress of Nutrition that took place in September 2013.
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Judith L. Buttriss, André Briend, Nicole Darmon, Elaine L. Ferguson, Mathieu Maillot, et al.. Diet modelling: How it can inform the development of dietary recommendations and public health policy. Nutrition Bulletin, Wiley, 2014, 39 (1), pp.115-125. ⟨10.1111/nbu.12076⟩. ⟨hal-01601485⟩

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