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Hidden Hunger and the Transformation of Food Systems: How to Combat the Double Burden of Malnutrition?
Hidden Hunger and the Tra
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       저   자 : Biesalski
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       출판사 : Karger
    ISBN(13) : 9783318066975
       발행일 : 2020-12-01  /   판   /   353 페이지
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Cover Page
Front Matter
World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics
Title Page
Copyright
Contents
Editorial
References
Unravelling the Food-Health Nexus to Build Healthier Food Systems
Abstract
Health Impacts of Food Systems and Their Estimated Costs
Why the Heath Impacts Are Systematically Reproduced
Leverage Points to Contribute to Transformation to Healthier Food Systems
Disclosure Statement
References
“Fit for Life” – German Perspectives on How to Tackle the Double Burden of Malnutrition: Healthy Start –
Young Family Network
Abstract
Focusing on Prevention of Malnutrition in Mothers and Their Children
Healthy Start – Young Family Network: Approaches towards Successful Prevention and Health Promotion
The “Healthy Start – Young Family Network”
Importance of Appropriate Conditions for Behavioral Change
The Importance of Networking in Other Areas of Healthy Lifestyle Promotion
Conclusion
References
Unlocking the Hidden Hunger Crises: The Power of Public-Private Partnerships
Abstract
Recommendations
References
Addressing Hidden Hunger in School-Aged Children and Adolescents within the Context of the Food System
Abstract
Interventions to Address Hidden Hunger through the Food System
The Way Forward
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Africa’s Changing Food Environments and Nutritional Effects on Adults and Children
Abstract
Background
Panel Data Evidence from Kenya
Supermarket Effects on Adults’ Diets and Nutrition
Supermarket Effects on Adults’ Health
Supermarket Effects on Children and Adolescents
Interventions Regarding Supermarkets
Conclusion
Conflict of Interest Statement
Funding Sources
References
Fruits and Vegetables in International Agricultural Research: A Case of Neglect?
Abstract
How Are F+Vs Defined? A Case of Fuzziness
Why Does the CGIAR Not Have a Center Focused on F+Vs?
Research Investment in F+Vs
The Future for F+Vs in International Public Research
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
Disclosure Statement
References
Gender Discrimination: Contribution to the Burdens of Malnutrition in Communities in Buea, the South-West
Region of Cameroon
Abstract
Statement of the Problem
Objectives
Methodology
Results
Discussion
Conclusion
Disclosure Statement
References
The Importance of Food Supplements for Public Health and Well-Being
Abstract
Adequate Intake of Nutrients
Optimal Intake of Nutrients
Intake of Nutrients for Reducing Disease Risk
Conclusions
Disclosure Statement
References
From Individual Nutrients to Sustainable Nutrition
Abstract
Responsibly Delicious
Nutritious Diets
Challenges
Conclusion
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Market-Driven Food Fortification to Address Dietary Needs
Abstract
Voluntary Fortification
Fortified Complementary Feeding
Health Economics of Fortified Complementary Feeding
Large-Scale Fortified Food
Going beyond the Fortification of Bouillon Cubes
Discussion
Conclusion
Disclosure Statement
References
The Double Burden of Malnutrition Calls for Better Diet Quality Worldwide
Abstract
The Challenge
Dietary Diversity Can Be Achieved
Infant and Young Child Feeding
Bioactive Plant Compounds and the Microbiota
Healthy Diets from Sustainable Food Systems
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Food Insecurity, Social Inequity, and Sustainability
Abstract
Vulnerable Groups for Food Insecurity
Governance of Food and Health in Developing Sustainable Food Systems
Environmental Issues
Sustainable Agriculture Examples
Why Tackling Poverty and Climate Change Should Go Hand in Hand
Food Systems and Equity
Measuring Progress in Combatting Malnutrition
Loss of Biodiversity
Case for Action
Summary and Conclusions
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Programming towards Improved Nutrition: Welthungerhilfe’s Approach to the Prevention of Malnutrition – In
All Its Forms
Abstract
Global Targets: The Sustainable Development Goals and Position of WHH
Designing All Programs to Impact Nutrition
PtIN Builds on Four Pillars
Putting the Theory of PtIN into Practice
Looking Forward
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
The Role of Food Systems in Shaping Diets and Addressing Malnutrition: Delivering on the Sustainable
Development Agenda
Abstract
Introduction
Building Momentum for Food Systems’ Contributions to Nutrition Outcomes
Food Systems for Healthy Diets: From Concept to Action
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
The Impact of Global Development Pathways on Food Security and Diet Quality: Results of a Global Economic
Model
Abstract
Method
Results
Discussion and Conclusion
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
The Double Burden of Malnutrition in Bangalore, India
Abstract
India’s Nutrition Transition
Tackling DBM
Acknowledgments
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
How the Smart Food Concept Can Lead to the Transformation of Food Systems and Combat Malnutrition:
Different Approaches in Africa, Globally, and a Case Study from Myanmar with Lessons Learnt for Creating
Behavior Change in Diets
Abstract
Materials and Methods
Results
Discussion
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Food Taxation and the Double Burden of Malnutrition
Abstract
Experiences with Taxes on Unhealthy Food Commodities
Some Principle Reflections on the Use of Tax Instruments to Promote Healthier Diets in Populations with
Widespread Prevalence of Under- and Malnutrition
Conclusions
Disclosure Statement
References
Nutrition Labeling for Foods: Which Approaches Are Useful?
Abstract
Nutrient Declaration
Supplementary Nutrition Information
Nutrition-Related Claims
Conclusion
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Seed Village Program: A Practical Approach for Combating Malnutrition and Nutritional Security in an Arid
Zone
Abstract
Materials and Methods
Results and Discussion
Conclusion
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
The Challenge of Food Security and the Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Burundi Case Study
Abstract
Case Study: Burundi
Effects of Climate Change
WEF Nexus and Food Insecurity in Burundi
Food Security and the WEF Nexus
Conclusion
Disclosure Statement
References
The Push, Pull, and Enabling Capacities Necessary for Legume Grain Inclusion into Sustainable Agri-Food
Systems and Healthy Diets
Abstract
Legume Grains Are “Old”
Legume Grains Are Nutrient-Rich Foods
Legume Grains Have Distinct Seed Composition and Cooking Properties
Legumes Have Non-Nutritional Factors, Consumption of Which May Need to Be Circumvented
Which Diets Support the Inclusion of Legumes, and Which Do Not?
Legumes Have Health Benefits
How Early Can Legume Grains Be Introduced in Diets?
The “New” Legume Grains
Legume Grains Can Help Us Stay within a Safe Planetary Operating Space
Legume-Supportive Policies (and Protein Strategies)
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
Influence of Social Inequalities on Dietary Diversity and Household Food Insecurity: An In-Depth Nutrition
Baseline Survey Conducted in Madhya Pradesh, India
Abstract
India’s Malnutrition Problem at a Glance
Social Inequality in India
Exploring the Status of Food and Nutrition Security among Socially Underprivileged Groups in India
Manifestations of Social Inequality on Dietary Diversity and Food Security Status
Effect of Sociodemographic Inequalities on Dietary Diversity and Food Availability
What Is Required: Specific and Comprehensive Approaches
Conflict of Interest Statement
References
The Nutrition and Health Communication Education Program and For Accurate Science Project of Sabri Ülker
Foundation: Initiatives from Turkey
Abstract
For Accurate Science Project
Nutrition and Health Communication Education Program
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
Disclosure Statement
References
Author Index
Subject Index
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