Edition 02-2017

  • The endless palm oil debate

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Edition 01-2017

  • Ability to Experience Enjoyment

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Edition 06-2016

  • Residues and Contaminants in Food – Perceived and Actual Risks

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Edition 05-2016

  • Nuts – a small snack with great effects

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Edition 04-2016

  • Minimisation of Mineral Oil Components in Foods

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Edition 03-2016 (Abstract)

  •  Edible Mushrooms – A valuable food since the Stone Age

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Edition 02-2016 (Abstract)

  •  Cardiovascular health risk from trans fatty acids is low in Germany

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Edition 01-2016 (Abstract)

  •  Get up! More exercise and less sitting in the every-day life of children and adolescents

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Edition 01-2015 (Abstract)

  •  The model consumer profile: incompetent or enlightened consumer?

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Edition 02-2014 (Abstract)

  •  Calorie intake on the decline - Obesity on the rise

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Edition 01-2014 (Abstract)

  • Diet and physical activity of adolescents in Germany: The results of the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study

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Edition 03-2013 (Abstract)

  • 9+12 Jointly healthy in pregnancy and baby’s first year
  • Promoting children’s media literacy

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Edition 02-2013 (Abstract)

  • Mineral oil transfers to food
  • Odorous substances typically found in food activate
    our cellular immune system

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Edition 01-2013 (Abstract)

  • „Generation S“ Sedentary lifestyle has a major influence on
    the development of childhood obesity
  • Reducing salt content in processed foods:
    sensory and technological challenges

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Edition 04-2012 (Abstract)

  • Primary and secondary standards connected with the food sector from the perspective of risk assessment and risk communication

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Editon 03-2012 (Abstract)

  • Trans fatty acid content in confectionery and savoury snacks
    significantly reduced
  • Steviol glycosides – a new type of sweetener

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Edition 02-2012 (Abstract)

  • Life in rhythm
  • Eating with your eyes!

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Edition 01-2012 (Abstract)

  • Sustainability in the cocoa sector – Review, challenges and approaches

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Edition 02-2011 (Abstract)

  • Improving children’s media skills
  • Recognising and understanding advertising

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Edition 01-2011 (Abstract)

  • Palm oil under discussion

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Edition 04-2010 (Abstract)

  • The world of food pleasure: Are our preferences innate or learnt?
  • Sustainable sourcing in the food industry

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Edition 03-2010 (Abstract)

  • Is sugar addictive?

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Edition 02-2010 (Abstract)

  • Learning how to eat

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Edition 01-2010 (Abstract)

  • How does our society deal with obesity?
  • Food allergies – what needs to be observed with sweets and snacks

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Edition 03-2009 (Abstract)

  • Pioneering project “healthy nurseries · strong kids”
  • “Treasure hunt in the kindergarten”

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Edition 02-2009 (Abstract)

  • Fructose intake not proved to be cause of obesity
  • Does lack of sleep make you fat?

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Edition 01-2009 (Abstract)

  • The safety of our food
  • Acrylamide content in foodstuffs reduced considerably

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Edition 03-2008 (Abstract)

  • Less obesity through more information?

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Edition 02-2008 (Abstract)

  • Current concepts for health promotion in schools
  • Platform “Ernährung und Bewegung e.V.” (peb) - New approaches to a sustainably healthy lifestyle

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Edition 01-2008 (Abstract)

  • Setting the trend in the womb
  • Risk from trans fatty acids?

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Edition 03-2007 (Abstract)

  • New standards for nutritional value labelling
  • Eat till you’re healthy

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Edition 02-2007 (Abstract)

  • Shift in food culture: Possible impacts and consequences for
    children
  • Changing food and life cultures: Approaches in the therapy of
    overweight children

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Edition 01-2007 (Abstract)

  • “Too fat, too thin, who am I?”
  • Making children strong and immune to eating disorders

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