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Recent and selected bibliography for the Mediterranean Diet as a sustainable diet case study

Recent selected bibliography for the Mediterranean Diet as a sustainable diet case study

  •  Dernini S and Berry EM (2015). Mediterranean diet: from a healthy diet to a sustainable dietary pattern. Frontiers in Nutrition. 2:15. doi: 10.3389/fnut.2015.00015
  • Van Dooren C, Marinussen M, Blonk H, Aiking H, Vellinga P. Exploring dietary guidelines based on ecological and nutritional values: A comparison of six dietary patterns. Food Policy, 2014; 44:36-46
  • Capone R, El Bilali H, Debs P, Cardone G, Driouech  N. Food System Sustainability and Food Security: Connecting the Dots Journal of Food Security, 2014, Vol. 2, No. 1, 13-22
  • Capone R, El Bilali H, Debs P, Cardone G, Lamaddalena N. Water footprint in the Mediterranean food chain: Implications of food consumption patterns and food wastage. International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences, 2014; 3(2): 26-36
  • Sáez Almendros S., Obrador B., Serra-Majem L. and Bach-Faig A. Environmental footprints of Mediterranean versus Western dietary patterns: beyond the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet. Environmental Health, 2013;12(1):118.
  • Dernini S, Meybeck A, Burlingame B, Gitz G, Lacirignola C, Debs P, et al. Developing a methodological approach for assessing the sustainability of diets: The Mediterranean diet as a case study. New Medit, 2013;12(3):28-36
  • Capone R., Iannetta M, El Bilali H, Colonna N, Debs P, Dernini S, Maiani G, Intorre F, Polito A, Turrini A, Cardone G, Lorusso F, Belsanti V. A Preliminary Assessment of the Environmental Sustainability of the Current Italian Dietary Pattern: Water Footprint Related to Food Consumption. Journal of Food and Nutrition Research, 2013; 1(4): 59-67
  • Esnouf C., Russel M., and Bricas N. (eds). Food system sustainability: insights from duALIne. Cambridge Press, 2013
  • Garnett T. Food sustainability: problems, perspectives and solutions. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 2013;72:29-39
  • Vanham D., Mekonnen MM., Hoeskstra AY. The water footprint of the EU for different diets. Ecological Indicators,  2013; 32:1-8
  • Swedish National Food Agency. Towards environmental sound dietary guidelines – Scientific basis for environmental assessment of the Swedish national food agency’s dietary guidelines. Lagerberg Fogelberg C. (ed). Upsala, 2013
  • Estruch R., Ros E., Salas-Salvadó J., Covas M.I., Corell D., Arós F., Gómez-Gracia E., Ruiz-Gutiérrez V., Fiol M., Lapetra J., Lamuela-Raventos R.M., Serra-Majem L., M.D., Pintó X., Basora J., Muñoz M.A., Sorlí J.V., Martínez J.A., Martínez-González MA., 2013. Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with a Mediterranean Diet. N Engl J Med, 368:1279-1290.
  • Vieux F., Soler LG., Touazi D., Darmon N. High nutritional quality is not associated with low greenhouse gas emissions in self-selected diets of french adults. Am J Clin Nutr, 2013; 97(3):569-83
  • Lang T, Barling D. Nutrition and sustainability: an emerging food policy discourse. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 2013;72:1-12.
  • WWF. LiveWell report: Adopting sustainable diets: opportunities and barriers, 2013.
  • Kesse-Guyot E., Peneau S., Mejean C.,et al. Profiles of organic food consumers in a large sample of French adults: results from the Nutrinet-Sante cohort study. PLOS One, 2013; 8(10):1-13
  • Dernini S, Meybeck A, Burlingame B, Gitz V, Lacirignola C, Capone R, et al. Towards the Development of Guidelines for Improving the Sustainability of Diets and Food Consumption Patterns in the Mediterranean Area, FAO, CIHEAM, 2012.
  • Burlingame B, Dernini S, editors. Sustainable Diets and Biodiversity:  Directions and solutions for policy, research and action. FAO and Bioversity International, 2012
  • Lacirignola C, Dernini S, Capone R, Meybeck A, Burlingame B, Gitz V, et al., editors. Towards the development of guidelines for improving the sustainability of diets and food consumption patterns: the Mediterranean diet as a pilot study. Paris, Series B: CIHEAM, Options Mediterraneennes, 2012.
  • Dernini S, Berry EM, Bach-Faig A, Belahsen R, Donini LM, Lairon D, et al. A dietary model constructed by scientists: The Mediterranean diet. In: Mediterra 2012. Paris: CIHEAM-SciencesPo Les Presses, 2012: 71-88
  • Clonan A, Holdsworth M. The challenge of eating a healthy and sustainable diet. Am J Clin Nutr, 2012; 96 (3): 459-60.
  • CIHEAM.  MediTerra 2012. The Mediterranean Diet  for sustainable regional development. CIHEAM–SciencesPo Les Presses, Paris, 2012
  • González Turmo I. The Mediterranean diet: consumption, cuisine and food habits. In: Mediterra 2012. Paris: CIHEAM SciencesPo Les Presses, 2012: 115-32.
  • Reguant-Aleix J, Sensat F. The Mediterranean diet, intangible cultural heritage of humanity. In: Mediterra 2012. Paris: CIHEAM SciencesPo Les Presses, 2012: 465-484.
  • Zurayk R. Can sustainable consumption protect the mediterranean landscape? In: Mediterra 2012. Paris: CIHEAM SciencesPo Les Presses, 2012: 155-193
  • Macdiarmid JI, Kyle J, Horgan GW, Loe J, Fyfe C, Johnstone A, et al. Sustainable diets for the future: can we contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by eating a healthy diet? Am J Clin Nutr, 2012; 96(3):632-639. 
  • Vieux F, Darmon N, Touazi D, Soler LG. Greenhouse gas emissions of self-selected individual diets in France: changing the diet structure or consuming less? Ecological Economics, 2012; 75:91-101.
  • Delaney Burke J. Bridging the sustainability gap: Food Systems and the Nutrition Professional. Nutrition today, 2012; 47(4):155-159
  • O’ Kane, G. What is the real cost of our food? Implications for the environment, society and public health nutrition. Publich Health Nutrition, 2012; 15(2):268-76.
  • Kastner T, Rivas MJI, Koch W, Nonhebel S. Global changes in diets and the consequences for land requirements for food. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2012; 109(18): 6868-6872.
  • Padilla M, Capone R, Palma G. Sustainability of the food chain from field to plate: case of the Mediterranean diet. In: Sustainable diets and biodiversity: United against hunger. Rome: FAO/Bioversity International; 2012: 230-241
  • Burlingame B, Dernini S. Sustainable diets: the Mediterranean diet example. Public Health Nutrition, 2011;14(12A):2285-7
  • Medina XF.  Food consumption and civil society: Mediterranean diet as a sustainable resource for the Mediterranean area, Public Health Nutrition, 2011; 14(12A): 2346–2349
  • Numa C, and Troya A. (2011). The challenge for biodiversity conservation in the Mediterranean. IEMED Mediterranean Year Book 2011; 255-260
  • Dernini S. The erosion and the renaissance of the Mediterranean diet: A sustainable cultural resource. Quaderns de la Mediterrania, IEMED, 2011;16:75-82
  • Guyomard H., Darcy-Vrillon B., Esnouf C., Marin M., Momot A., Russel M., Guillou M. Eating patterns and food systems: critical knowledge requirements for policy design and implementation. INRA, France, 2011 
  • Pluimers J, and Blonk H. Methods for quantifying the environmental and health impacts of food consumption patterns. Blonk Milieuadvies, PJ Gouda, The Netherlands, 2011
  • Bach-Faig A, Berry EM, Lairon D, Reguant J, Trichopoulou A, Dernini S, et al. Mediterranean Diet Pyramid Today. Science and Cultural Updates. Public Health Nutrition, 2011;14(12A):2274-2284
  • Tukker A., Goldbohm RA., de Koning A., et al. Environmental impact of changes to healthier diets in Europe. Ecological Economics,  2011;70:1776-1788
  • Maillot M, Issa C, Vieux F, Lairon D, Darmon N. The shortest way to reach nutritional goals is to adopt Mediterranean food choices. Evidence from computer-generated personalized diets. Am J Clin Nutr, 2011;94(4):1127-37
  •  Riley H, Buttriss J. A UK public health perspective: what is a healthy sustainable diet? Nutr Bul, 2011;36:426–31
  • WWF. (2011). Livewell: a balance of healthy and sustainable food choices. UK
  • SDC. Looking back, looking forward. Sustainability and UK food policy 2000-2011. UK: Sustainable Development Commission, 2011
  • Health Council of the Netherlands. 2011. Guidelines for a healthy diet: the ecological perspective. The Hague
  • Haines A., McMichael A., Smith K., Roberts J., Woodcock J., Markandya A., Armstrong B.G., Campbell-Lendrum D., Dangour A.D., Davies M., Bruce N., Tonne C., Barrett M., Wilkinson P. Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: overview and implications for policy makers. The Lancet, 2009; 374(9707): 2104-2114.
  •  INRA/CIRAD, 2011. duALIne – durabilité de l’alimentation face à de nouveaux enjeux. Esnouf C., Russel M., Bricas N. (eds). Rapport Inra-Cirad. France
  • Garnett. T. Where are the best opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the food  system (including the food chain)? Food Policy, 2011; Volume 36: (1) S23-S32.
  • FAO. Report of the technical workshop on Biodiversity in Sustainable Diets. Rome, 2010 
  • FAO/Bioversity. Report of the international symposium on Biodiversity and Sustainable Diets. Rome, 2010. 
  • Holdsworth M. Sustainability should be integral to nutrition and dietetics. J Hum Nutr Diet, 2010; 23 (5): 467-8
  • Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition. Double Pyramid: Healthy food for people, sustainable food for the planet. Parma, 2010.
  • Kearney J., 2010. Food consumption trends and drivers. Phil. Trans. R. Soc, 365: 2793-2807.
  • CIISCAM. The Mediterranean diet: a model of sustainable diet. 3rd CIISCAM International Conference, Parma, 2009 
  • SDC. Setting the table - Advice to Government on priority elements of sustainable diets. Sustainable Development Commission  (SDC). UK, 2009
  • Carlsson-Kanayma A., Gonzalez A.D. Potential contributions of food consumption patterns to climate change. Am J Clin Nutr, 2009;  89 (suppl): 1704S-9S.
  • Marlow J.H., Hayes W.K., Soret S.,et al. Diet and the environment: does what you eat matter? Am J Clin Nutr, 89(suppl), 2009: 1699s-703.
  • EC/JRC. Environmental impacts of diet changes in the EU. Technical Report, European Commission (EC), Joint Research Centre (DG JRC): Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), 2009
  • Haines A, McMichael A, Smith K, Roberts J, Woodcock J, Markandya A, et al. Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: overview and implications for policy makers. The Lancet,  2009;374(9707):2104-2114
  • Marlow JH, Hayes WK, Soret S, Carter RL, Schwab RE, Sabate J. Diet and the environment: does what you eat matter? Am J Clin Nutr,  2009;89(suppl):1699s-1703
  • DEFRA. Indicators for a Sustainable Food System. Report UK, 2009 
  • Drewnowski A, Eichelsdoerfer P. The Mediterranean diet: does it have to cost more? Public Health Nutrition 2009;12 (9A):1621-1628
  • Sofi F., Cesari F., Abbate R., Gensini A. Adherence to Mediterranean diet and health. BMJ, 2008; 337: 1136-1344.
  • CIHEAM. MediTerra 2008. The future of agriculture and food in Mediterranean countries. CIHEAM–SciencesPo Les Presses, Paris, 2008
  • Padilla M. Dietary patterns and trends in consumption. In, Mediterra 2008: The future of agriculture and food in Mediterranean countries. CIHEAM–Presses de Sciences Po. Paris, 2008;149- 170.
  • Edwards-Jones G, Mila i Canals L, Hounsome N, Truninger M, Koerber G, Hounsome B, Cross P, York EH, Hospido A, Plassmann K, Harris IM, Edwards RT, Day GAS, A. Tomos D, Cowell SJ, Jones DL. Testing the assertion that ‘local food is best’: the challenges of an evidence-based approach. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 2008; 19: 265-274.
  • Baroni L, Cenci L, Tettamanti M, Berati M. Evaluating the environmental impact of various dietary patterns combined with different food production systems. Eur J Clin Nutr, 2007; 61(2):279-86.
  • Pekcan G., Köksal E., Küçükerdönmez Ö., Özel H. (2006). Household food waste in Turkey. Statistics Division, working Papers series N° ESS/ESSA/006e; Food and agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), Rome.
  • Garcia-Closas R., Berenguer A., Gonzalez C. Changes in food supply in Mediterranean countries from 1961 to 2001. Public Health Nutrition, 2006; 9(1): 53-60.
  • Serra-Majem L., Roman B., Estruch R. Scientific evidence of interventions using the Mediterranean diet: a systematic review. Nutrition Review, 2006; 64: S27-S47.
  • Gerbens-Leenes W., Nonhebel S. Food and land use. The influence of consumption patterns on the use of agricultural resources. Appetite, 2005; 45: 24-31.
  • Duchin F. Sustainable consumption of food: A framework for analyzing scenarios about changes in diets. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2005; 9(1-2):99-114.
  • Forum on Mediterranean Food Cultures. The 2005 Rome Call for a Common Action in the Year of the Mediterranean. 3° Euro-Mediterranean Forum, Rome, 2005 
  • Gussow JD. Mediterranean diets: are they environmentally responsible? Am J Clin Nutr, 1995; 61(suppl):1383S-9S.
  • Herren M, Gussow JD. Designing a sustainable regional diet. J Nutr Educ 1989;21(6):270 - 75.
  • Gussow J.D, Clancy K.. Dietary guidelines for sustainability. Journal Nutrition Education, 1986; 18(1):1-5.