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PowerPoints from the Symposium in Berlin

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January 14, 2003

Calculating the global burden of disease due to low fruit and vegetable intake
Karen Lock, Ph.D., ECOHOST/WHO, London
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The Science: 5 A Day and the Global Context of Chronic Diseases
Dr. Derek Yach, WHO
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THE NUTRITION TRANSITION: The shift toward non-communicable diseases in the low and middle income world is rapid!
Barry Popkin, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, USA
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The burden of nutrition-related non-communicable diseases in the developing world is shifting to the poor!
Carlos Monteiro, M.D., Ph.D., University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Zum Stellenwert von Interventionsstudien
Hans Biesalski, Ph.D., University of Hohenheim, Germany
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The scientific basis of dietary recommendations
Barrie Margetts, Ph.D., WCRF International
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January 15, 2003

Do we have enough Fruits and Vegetables?
Alison Hadder, Ph.D., FAO-UN, Rome
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Contribution of Rewe Group to the "5 A Day" Program in Germany
Volker Trauzeltel, Ph.D., Rewe, Germany
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Walking The 5 A Day Talk
Hamish Renton, Tesco, UK
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5 A Day Retail Programs in the USA
Nancy Tucker, Produce Marketing Association, USA
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Successful Advocacy
Elizabeth Pivonka, Ph.D., R.D., PBH, USA
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Successful Advocacy Experiences From Denmark
Morten Strunge Meyer, Denmark
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The Fruit & Veg Project
Alicia Namesny, Fruit & Vegetable Project, Europe
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Communication of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in France
Laurent Damiens, France
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Promoting Increased Vegetable and Fruit Consumption among European Schoolchildren
Knut-Inge Klepp, Ph.D., University of Oslo, Norway
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"5 a Day" in Hungary
Viktor Medina, Hungary
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5 a Day in Germany - Science and Practice
Dr. Margret Buning-Fesel and Helmuth Huss, Germany
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5 to 10 A Day Campaign
Ron LaMaire, Canada
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"5 POR DÍA" PROGRAMME - Mexico
Stephanie Hinze, Mexico
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5 A Day - A New Marketing Era
Barbara Berry, M.S., R.D., PBH, USA
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5 A DAY Campaign in Japan
Hiromi Ohtaki, Japan
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The New Zealand Programme
Paula Dudley, New Zealand
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Building a National Vegetables and Fruit Coalition...the Australian Experience
Frances Warnock and Christina Pollard, Australia
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Food Consumption and Health Status of Chinese Population
Dr. Kong Lingzhi, Department of Disease Control, China
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The Five-a-day Programme in England
Imogen Sharp, UK
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