Read - Label this unknown, to learn to read them for healthy eating The labeling of Peace In the new study, the researchers analyzed all of the works available in the literature that they had compared the system of labelling Peace with other types of labels in order to understand their different impact on the purchase and consumption of food and beverages. In their analysis, the researchers focused in particular on 15 studies, the results of which showed that the labelling of Peace, when applied on the packaging of food, was associated with an average reduction of 65 calories per meal. A given, the researchers said, that, if we calculate three meals a day and two snacks, may cause us to potentially consume up to 200 calories less per day. And spare us then the 20 minutes of running necessary to dispose of them.
Read - obesity shortens the life of ten years. Get the Charter of Rights The limits of the study As indicate to the researchers, the study has limitations, as, for example, have analyzed a number of researches rather small, and that the majority was not performed in reality, i.e. in contexts such as restaurants and supermarkets. “The labelling Peace show, however, a promising potential in reducing the number of calories and the amount of food that we consume”, conclude the researchers, emphasizing that this simple strategy could easily be applied on the packaging of foods and beverages available in supermarkets, restaurants and fast-food, and contribute to the prevention and treatment of obesity.
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