Malaysian Journal of Nutrition
Vol. 22 No. 1, 2016


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Editorial - Malaysian Journal of Nutrition - Treading the Path Towards an International Journal

Nutritional Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Lagos Southwest, Nigeria
Lilian Ezechil, Bartholomew Brai, Rohana AG, Grace Osifesol, Patricia Mbah & Oliver Ezechi

Influence of Age and Education on Nutritional Knowledge and Dietary Choices among Chinese Consumers in Shenyang, China
Roseline Love MacArthur, Yue Hua Wang & Xuqiao Feng

Association between Isoflavones Consumption and Cognitive Function and Comorbidities among Older Adults Residing in the State of Johor, Malaysia
Bibi Nabihah AH, Suzana & Hasnah H

Prevalence of Geriatric Malnutrition and its Associated Factors at the Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan
Nur Fazimah Sahran, Sakinah Harithl & Rosminah Mohamed

Association Between Serum Calcium and Metabolic Syndrome Indicators among Women in Mazandaran, Northern Province of Iran
Sadegh Jafarnejad, Sadaf Saremi, Mandieh Nourmohamadi & Farzan Jafamejaad

Improving the Nutritional Status of Patients with Colorectal Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy through Intensive Individualised Diet and Lifestyle Counselling
Zalina Abu Zaid, Kathryn Jackson, Mirnalini Kandiah & Lynne Cobiac

Prevalence of Obesity as Determined by Different Anthropometric Indices Among Rural Adolescents in Aba South LGA, Abia State, Nigeria
Paul Eze Eme, Nnenna Ola Onuoha & B 0 Mbah

Proceedings of the NSM Update Series: Sugar Substitutes-Understanding the Basics, Global Regulatory Approvals, Safety Assessment Protocols and Benefits
Yashna Harjani, E Siong Tee & Jimena Garcia

Modulation of Glycemic Responses by "Nutricare-DM"- A Functional Food Formulation for Type 2 Diabetic Subjects
Sudha Sairam, Asna Urooj & Basavaraj MS

Household Nutrition and Food Security in Obukpa Rural Community of Enugu State, Nigeria
Ogechi Nzeagwu & Uche Aleke

Effect of Punicalagin on Human Colon Cancer Caco-2 Cells
Ulfat Omar, Akram Aloqbi, Marwa Yousrl & Nazlin K Howell

Silymarin Supplementation Attenuation of the Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Metabolic Changes in Protein Malnourished Rats
Adel A Alhamdan

Assessment of Fatty Acid Profile, Protein, and Micronutrient Bioavailability of Winged Termites (Marcrotermes bellicosus) Using Albino Rats
Oladejo Thomas Adepoju

Disodium Ethylenediarninetetraacetic Acid (EDTA) as an Enhancer of Iron and Zinc Bioaccessibility from Select Cereals and Pulses
Shweatha HE & Kalpana Platel

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Food-Based Dietary Guidelines (FBDGs): Their Future
Malaysian Journal of Nutrition
Vol. 22, Supplement, 2016

ABSTRACT

The promulgation of the joint WHO-FAO Cyprus Declaration in 1995, established the prin-ciples and procedures for countries to develop their customised Food-Based Dietary Guide-lines (FBDGs). One of the earliest acculturations of the FBDGs was undertaken by WHO for the Western Pacific region. This process has been continued for the Southeast Asian re gion, where revisions have now been made to reflect its changing health patterns and food systems. The greatest challenge to FBDG revision is how climate change is and will affect food supply and health. The world has become more populous, the risks to food insecurity have escalated with growing inequity, conflict and mass migration are rife, trading arrange-ments have become fragile, and climate change is proceeding apace. The future depends on sustainable ecosystems, the food and water they provide and us as ecological beings.

Key words: Food-Based Dietary Guidelines, Southeast Asia, sustainable ecosystems


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