Essays about: "FFQ"

Found 4 essays containing the word FFQ.

  1. 1. Estimating Carbon Footprint : A quantitative analysis of greenhouse gas emission related to human behavior and diet in Västerbotten.

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Epidemiologi och global hälsa

    Author : Bore Sköld; [2015]
    Keywords : Carbon footprint; greenhouse gas; emission; public health; global health; Västerbottens hälsoundersökning; VIP; VHU; Västerbotten intervention programme; FFQ; Food frequency questionnaire; Umeå university;

    Abstract : Background and objective: Researchers have been looking for a way to predict future emission rates, and come up with explanations on how to tackle the issue of global warming through changes in individual behavior for decades. The focus of these studies have, on the other hand, focused more on nutritional bases rather than cultural. READ MORE

  2. 2. Jämförelse av konsumtions- och intagsdata mellan Matkorgen 2010 och Riksmaten 2010-11 : exempel på några näringsämnen och toxiska metaller

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Food Science

    Author : Lisa Germundsson; [2013]
    Keywords : Livsmedelskonsumtion; intag; näringsämnen; toxiska metaller; Matkorgen 2010; Riksmaten 2010-11;

    Abstract : Intresset för människans matvanor har varit stort sedan lång tid tillbaka. Matvaneundersökningar görs för att utvärdera huruvida människorna i en befolkning får sitt närings- och energibehov tillfredsställt. READ MORE

  3. 3. Dietary intake of zinc and iron within the female population of two farming villages in the Red River Delta, Vietnam

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Food Science

    Author : Anna Samuelsson; Renée Sjödin; [2012]
    Keywords : anemia; dietary intake; Fe; iron; metal contamination; Red River delta ; Vietnam; zinc; Zn;

    Abstract : In many developing countries, among them Vietnam, contamination of agricultural land is a major issue that has public health implications. A fast growing population, rapid urbanization and industrialization have led to air and water emissions of potentially toxic elements (PTEs), such as cadmium (Cd). READ MORE

  4. 4. Arsenic in food chain through irrigation water-soil-crop pathway : risk assessment for sustainable agriculture of Bangladesh

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Bashir Ahmed; [2009]
    Keywords : Groundwater; Arsenic; Irrigation ; Soil; Plant uptake; Food Frequency Questionnarie; Rice;

    Abstract : Elevated level of groundwater arsenic (As) in Bangladesh has resulted as a massive calamity of exposing a large population to health risk and affecting livelihood and sustainable development of the country. Natural sources are responsible this arsenic contamination and it has adverse impact from the local to regional level. READ MORE