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TitleEditorial: Dietary intake, eating behavior and health outcomes
Author(s)Rosário, Rafaela
Duong, Tuyen V.
Fronteira, Ines
Keywordsdietary intake
eating behavior
health outcomes
non-communicable disease
Issue date24-Feb-2023
PublisherFrontiers Media
JournalFrontiers in Nutrition
CitationRosário, R., Duong, T. V., & Fronteira, I. (2023, February 24). Editorial: Dietary intake, eating behavior and health outcomes. Frontiers in Nutrition. Frontiers Media SA.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Dietary intake and eating behaviors are important determinants of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and have been widely investigated (1). The association between dietary intakes (e.g., fruits, vegetables, processed meat, and trans-fat) and NCDs (e.g., obesity, cardiovascular diseases (CVD), diabetes, and cancer) have been described. The associations varied by socioeconomic and the burden differed by demographic conditions (2, 3). Nevertheless, due to the complexity of measuring exposures related to dietary intake, the evidence base is mainly observational and lacking experimental designs. Additionally, there is scant evidence on the effectiveness of health promotion strategies focusing dietary consumption and behavior, on health outcomes. Bring in mind the complexity of studying dietary intake and its effects in health, the Frontiers in Nutrition dedicated a specific topic to Dietary intake, eating behavior and health outcomes. A total of 105 studies were submitted with 35 being selected for publication after peer-review. [...]
TypeJournal editorial
Publisher version
AccessOpen access
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