Food for Health - Paradoxes of food and healthy life styles in a changing society

In this new magazine, the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition deals with the issue of food as a vehicle for good or ill health, and the social, environmental, health, and economic impacts that stem from different lifestyles and eating habits.

A broad-ranging dialog which weaves together the proposals of the most authoritative figures on the international scene – from Michelle Obama and her important awareness campaigns which are changing the daily lives of Americans, to Paola Testori Coggi (EU), Massimo Montanari, Jean-Michel Borys (EPODE), and Ellen Gustafson – with those of the BCFN experts, Camillo Riccordi and Gabriele Riccardi.Plus, an article on the Italian Auxological Institute, the BCFN Yes! ideas, an interview with the Santini brothers of the restaurant “dal Pescatore” in Canneto sull’Oglio, as well as in-depth reports on the importance of the food culture for a healthy diet, columns, and infographics.
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