Publications Results

A review of foodborne viruses in fresh produce on the island of Ireland

Date: December, 2017. Norovirus and hepatitis A virus are recognised as the main viruses of public health concern.

The folate status of pregnant women; the current position

Date: December, 2017. Providing an up-to-date analysis of the folate status of pregnant women. The data presented will inform policy and practice relating to folic acid.

What are the estimated costs of childhood overweight and obesity on the island of Ireland?

Date: November, 2017. To guide and inform our response to this public health crisis.

Wholegrains

Date: Wholegrain breads contain carbohydrates, fiber, iron and B vitamins. They’re real ‘superfoods’ that can keep you going for longer and take care of your digestive system.

Kid's food challenge

Date: 2007. At the moment, kids are eating on average about twice as many treat foods as they should be, so it’s time to think about cutting down.

Let's take on childhood obesity

Date: September, 2017. Evaluation of a 3 year public health campaign.

Evaluation of the Community Food Initiative Programme 2013–2015

Date: August, 2017. Highlighting the key findings from the independent evaluation of the programme

Lean meat

Date: 2007. While it’s handy to pick up some chicken nuggets or sausages to pop under the grill, these meats often contain more fat and salt than the fresh cuts. Lean meat on the other hand can be just as easy, as well as a bit of a hero round the kitchen.

Fruit and Vegetables

Date: 2007. You’ve probably noticed that people are getting more and more into their health these days. But what people may not realise is that some of the most ordinary foods are actually quite extraordinary. Genuine ‘superfoods’, in fact.

Consumer preferences for poultry decontamination methods on the island of Ireland

Date: August, 2017. Campylobacter is the leading cause of bacterial food poisoning on the island of Ireland.

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