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University professors present a study on personalized online nutrition


The key innovation of this study, rolled out across Spain this week with a total of 250 registered participants, is that both data collection and report publication are online. 

So as to ensure that the data submitted is as accurate as possible, the Food4Me research team, comprising 15 members from throughout Europe, have put together a detailed webpage featuring informational videos and written instructions for each step in the process, available in all seven languages of the participating countries (English, Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, German and Greek).

Food4Me has gathered an international group of experts to survey the current knowledge of personalised nutrition, and to explore the application of individualised nutrition advice. The Food4Me project will also investigate consumer attitudes and produce new scientific tools for implementation.

The Food4Me project is funded by the European Union; the coordinating university is University College Dublin and the participating universities include the University of Reading and Newcastle University in the UK, the University of Oslo (Norway), Harokopio University in Greece, the Technical University of Munich (Germany), the University of Navarra (Spain) and the National Food and Nutrition Institute (Poland), where the Project has been launched simultaneously.

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