Nutrition et activité physique
Nutrition et activité physique

Nutrition et activité physique sont deux déterminants de santé majeurs d’amélioration de l’état de santé de la population et des enjeux essentiels des politiques de santé publique.

Mis à jour le 29 juillet 2022

Publications

Retrouvez ici les dernières publications scientifiques relatives aux études et travaux menés par Santé publique France.

  • Publié le 12 aout 2022
    article
    Cross-sectional comparisons of dietary indexes underlying nutrition labels: nutri-score, Canadian 'high in' labels and Diabetes Canada Clinical Practices (DCCP)
  • Publié le 31 juillet 2022
    article
    Trends and disparities in breastfeeding initiation in France between 2010 and 2016: Results from the French National Perinatal Surveys
  • Publié le 29 juillet 2022
    article
    Nutri-Score: Awareness, Perception and Self-Reported Impact on Food Choices among French Adolescents
  • Publié le 19 mai 2022
    enquêtes/études
    Nutri Score : notoriété, perception et impact sur les comportements d'achat déclarés des adolescents en octobre 2021
  • Publié le 5 mai 2022
    article
    État nutritionnel de la population mahoraise enfants et adultes : résultats de l'étude Unono Wa Maore 2019 et évolutions depuis 2006
  • Publié le 5 mai 2022
    article
    Focus - Près de la moitié des habitants de Mayotte ayant eu besoin d'un soin ont dû le reporter ou y renoncer, Enquête Santé DOM EHIS, 2019
  • Publié le 5 mai 2022
    article
    Le déficit en thiamine (vitamine B1) toujours endémique en 2021 à Mayotte
  • Publié le 26 avril 2022
    article
    Impact de la crise sanitaire due au SARS-CoV-2 sur le statut staturopondéral des enfants de quatre ans : comparaison des données des bilans de santé en école maternelle du Val-de-Marne, de 2018 à 2021
  • Publié le 24 février 2022
    article
    Background: Unhealthy eating behaviors are risk factors for non-communicable diseases. Parents largely influence the development of eating behaviors during childhood through their feeding practices. Parental feeding practices in line with recommendations are more likely to turn into healthier outcomes in children. From a public health perspective, it should be first ascertained whether providing parents with recommendations about child feeding is a useful approach for increase parental knowledge. Recently, the French health authorities developed a brochure covering updated child feeding recommendations. The present study aims to evaluate the short-term effects of reading this brochure on parental knowledge about child feeding, distinguishing knowledge accuracy and certainty. Methods: A brochure containing updated child feeding recommendations for 0-3 years old was developed by the French public health agency. A representative sample of French parents (n = 400) was targeted to complete an online questionnaire (T0) comprising 30 statements regarding child feeding. For each statement, parents indicated whether it was true/false and how certain they were of their answer (4-point scale). After receiving and reading the brochure, the same parents completed the same questionnaire 3 weeks later (T1). Accuracy (number of correct answers) and certainty (number of mastered answers: correct answers given with the maximal degree of certainty) were compared at T1 vs. T0 using paired t-tests. Knowledge evolution based on parental age, parity and education level was tested with linear models. Results: A total of 452 parents responded at T0 and T1 and were considered for analysis. Between T0 and T1, the number of correct answers [median 22-25, t (451) = 17.2, p ≤ 0.001] and mastered answers [median 11-17, t (451) = 18.8, p ≤ 0.001] significantly increased. The median of the difference between T1 and T0 was larger for mastered than for correct answers. The observed evolution in knowledge was independent of parental age, parity or education level. Conclusions: A brochure containing child feeding recommendations has the potential to increase the accuracy and, to an even greater degree, the certainty of parental knowledge. This increase was observed even for younger or less educated parents.