Category: Health | Date : October 1, 2014

At ugrave & o ; an Ebola case dé t & eacute; diagnosed dé & agrave ; Dallas, United States, producers of cocoa inqui & egrave ; tent for their r dé dé annual harvest ; funny & agrave ; mid-October.

C & OCIRC, Ivory Coast and Ghana are the two largest producers of cocoa, and likely to & ecirc ; affect be dé s Ebola.

Manufacturers fear that if the Nig dé ria, cocoa producer r dé recently infected é ;, reoccurring on other lands chocolate.

Ghana provides pr & egrave, s 20% of the global supply of cocoa but has no boundary & egrave ; res with an infected country dé.

However, the C & OCIRC, Ivory Coast, which dé holds 40% of world production is borderpartnershipsand & egrave, re the Lib dé ria and Guin é e that they have more than 1,300 died of Ebola virus.

While the UN thinks halt its spread by six & agrave ; nine months, the dé pid dé crumb jeopardize the r dé harvest of f & egrave ; ves cocoa cr dé ant ap dé shortage of chocolate in the world if it continues to r dé pandre.

But chocolate is not the only food & agrave ; & ecirc, be threatened dé.

Ghana produces dé also seeds s dé Sami and cashews.

The fair professionals Cashew pr dé for the month of November dé t & eacute; canceled dé e & agrave ; because of the danger li dé virus.

The hope of many victims of Ebola does not take that & agrave ; the announcement by WHO dé aim September considering a vaccine available in the month of November.



Category: Nutrition | Date : October 1, 2014

Since May 2009, some 267,515 participants from dé study Nutri -Net Sant é ; r dé lay r dé guli & egrave ; larly & agrave ; questionnaires about their diet.

Seeking & agrave ; know what dé ended their behaviors and dé nutritional states, scientists have tried to link the pr é f dé food references and data dé es socio- dé demographic.

D dé complete pr é f dé ences food.

To do this, Aur dé binds Lampur dé and Caroline M dé submitted in January & agrave ; a dé sample of 37,181 adults questionnaires sp dé cific to objectify attraction for fat and m & ecirc ; me diff dé entiate pr é f dé ences sensations fatty sucr dé or fat – sal dé is r dé pandue in the population, agrave ; low income than among those with higher incomes.

An observation & agrave ; get in touch with a good food supply market é ;, more often quality dé m dé diocre.

Now, says Ms. M dé jeans & agrave ; AFP, the more one is exposed dé the fat more attraction to this sensation junkie & icirc ; t.

Regarding sucr é ;, the dé study r é v & egrave, the one in four adults admits eating & agrave ; small spoon & egrave, its re p & acirc ; & agrave you ; chocolate hazelnut spread, sometimes, often or always.

And for the salt, Fran & ccedil ; ais ten dirty before m & ecirc ; having me go & ucirc, t & eacute; a dish, often or always while a proportion almost dé scabies admits to & quot; Sometimes & quot;.

Researchers will now follow the effect of these attractions on weight fluctuations and agrave & ; term, dé health condition dé volunteers to see if those who fall into the rather OCIRC &, t & quot; Sucr dé & quot; dé veloppent a diab & egrave, you type two or more blood pressure for those who love the & quot; Sal dé & quot ;, notes Ms. M dé jeans.

The dé – tude NutriNet Sant é é ;, launched e in May 2009, is a vast dé nutritional study, the Premi & egrave, re of its kind in France, which is a partner Doctissimo.

Today, 267,515 people r dé laid pr dé feels & agrave ; Call researchers.

For more information on the largest survey & ecirc, you dé pid dé ology r dé alis dé e in France, visit our dossier devoted dé & agrave ; NutriNet or directly on the site.

So do advance research and become Nutrinaute !

Study : Liking for Fat is Associated with sociodemographic, Psychological, lifestyle and health Characteristics, Lampur dé and al, British Journal of Nutrition, September 2014..