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Evidence for the harmful effect of salt on the health of adults is growing and is now so overwhelming that government authorities and health experts are recommending that adults should not consume more than 6g of salt a day. However, no such recommendations exist for children. Presents evidence...
Consumer risk perception plays an important role during periods of food safety concern because it shapes the behaviour of consumers. Multi-dimensional analysis helps to provide a thorough understanding of consumer-perceived risk. A survey of 172 respondents was carried out to investigate the...
This article focuses on the assessment of adolescents’ perceptions of the importance of food using the World Wide Web. Adolescents were found to be much aware of health‐related issues but in practice their eating habits were more likely to be influenced by the way they feel generally....
This preliminary paper reviews recent evidence that suggests that there is a strong link between increasing consumption of caffeine and reduced incidence of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease currently affects 1 in 1,000 of the general population and has no cure. Whilst the biological...
This paper summarises recent evidence and consider a more constructive positioning for peanuts and peanut butter within the UK diet. It also briefly discusses the protective role that peanuts may have against certain diseases. The beneficial effects of peanuts in the prevention of coronary heart...
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