In this section you will find information:
- about common risk factors of non-communicable diseases such as nutrition, physical inactivity, alcohol related harm and tobacco
- summaries of related EU data
- the health impact and burden of such risk factors
- policies and measures on how to address them
Whole grains are considered as significant components of a healthy diet. Consumption of whole grains is associated with a reduction in the risk of developing non-communicable diseases.
Examples of national low-risk drinking recommendations (or drinking guidelines if no low-risk recommendation is in place) and standard units (based on RARHA 2016 (pdf) and...
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