Food and health: the scientific evidence informing the dietary guidelines for the Brazilian population
Louzada, Maria Laura da Costa
Canella, Daniela Silva
Jaime, Patrícia Constante
Monteiro, Carlos Augusto
Faculdade de Saúde Pública da USP
RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES
Partial or total part of this work is permitted, provided that the source and authorship is cited, prohibiting any use for commercial purposes.
The Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population is an official document from the Ministry of Health of Brazil that addresses the principles and recommendations of an adequate and healthy diet for the Brazilian population, and is a tool to guide food and nutritional education actions and health programs and policies in the Unified Health System (SUS) and in other sectors. In seeking to make content accessible to the entire population, the Guideline did not, however, set out to provide an exhaustive description of the evidence used in its making, nor to present a long list of references at the end of the document. The purpose of this book is to present the scientific evidence that supported the development of the 2014 Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population.
Louzada, Maria Laura da Costa et al., “Food and health: the scientific evidence informing the dietary guidelines for the Brazilian population,” e-Coleções FSP/USP, acesso em 7 de dezembro de 2019, http://colecoes.sibi.usp.br/fsp/items/show/3600.
Search for related records in these catalogs:
Relações entre os itens
This item has no relations.