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Select the best answer. The three big health crises of our time are…
Nutrition is a major risk factor for certain NCDs. Which supporting evidence do we have for this statement?
Find the best combination that resembles a healthy diet according to scientific evidence.
3 Nuts and seeds
5 Whole grains
6 Red meat
7 Processed meat
8 Added sugars
a Low intake
b High intake
c Moderate intake
Which statement about the key mechanisms that relate diet and NCDs is correct?
Two important mediators between diet and disease are epigenetics and the gut microbiome. How do these mediators work? Select the best answer.
We’ve learned about the impact of food production on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Sort the following contributors according to the amount of GHG released in ascending order starting with the highest emission.
a Transport of food
b Livestock and fish farming
c Land use for livestock
d Wild catch fisheries
Which statement best describes the role of nutrition in the crises of NCDs, climate change and emerging zoonotic diseases?
Imagine you are in an argument with a friend about healthy behaviour. They argue that they don’t smoke and that this would have the largest positive impact on their health. Choose the best reply from the list below taking scientific evidence into account. “You’re right that smoking is an important factor for our health. However, …
Your argument with your friend moves on to the role of dietary choice on climate change. They bring up that they substantially reduce their CO2 footprint in the food sector by choosing local, organic foods. What would be your most compelling reply?
Lastly, the discussion between you and your friend ends on factors of emerging infectious diseases. The current question under debate is, if and on which level everyone in society can contribute to the prevention of pandemic outbreaks. Which of the following arguments adds a solid fact?