Nutrition labelling of food to promote consumer health in transitional Thailand
Over the last century, population transitions linked to development have affected disease and longevity, especially in middle-income countries. In Southeast Asia, the food supply is changing and processed food diets are increasing intakes of energy, fat, sugar, and sodium. This has resulted in diet-related non-communicable diseases (NCDs) that are now major public health problems. Interest in this nutrition transition of changing environment, diet, and...[Show more]
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