Filippo Bianchi

Filippo Bianchi
University of Oxford | OX · Primary Health Care, Medical Division

MPhil, MSc, BSc

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12 Research Items
326 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2015 - September 2016
University of Cambridge
Position
  • MPhil in Public Health

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Publications (12)
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Abstract: Food diaries are used to estimate meat intake at an individual level but it is unclear whether simpler methods would provide similar results. This study assessed the agreement between 7 day food diaries in which composite dishes were disaggregated to assess meat content (reference method), and two simpler methods: (1) frequency meal count...
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Background Reducing meat consumption could protect the environment and human health. Objectives We tested the impact of a behavioral intervention to reduce meat consumption. Design Adult volunteers who regularly consumed meat, were recruited from the general public and randomized 1:1 to an intervention or control condition. The intervention compr...
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Food production is a major contributor to environmental damage. More environmentally sustainable foods could incur higher costs for consumers. In this review, we explore whether consumers are willing to pay (WTP) more for foods with environmental sustainability labels (‘ecolabels’). Six electronic databases were searched for experiments on consumer...
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This review assessed the effects of environmental labels on consumers’ demand for more sustainable food products. Six electronic databases were searched for experimental studies of ecolabels and food choices. We followed standard Cochrane methods and results were synthesized using vote counting. Fifty-six studies ( N = 42,768 participants, 76 inter...
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Introduction Reducing meat consumption could contribute towards preventing some chronic conditions and protecting the natural environment. This study will examine the effectiveness of a behavioural intervention to reduce meat consumption. Methods and analyses Replacing meat with alternative plant-based product is a randomised controlled trial comp...
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Background Reducing meat consumption can help prevent non-communicable diseases and protect the environment. Interventions targeting conscious determinants of human behaviour are generally acceptable approaches to promote dietary change, but little is known about their effectiveness to reduce the demand for meat. Objective To evaluate the effectiv...
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Grocery store interventions to change food purchasing behaviours: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials - Volume 77 Issue OCE4 - C. Piernas, J. Hartmann-Boyce, F. Bianchi, S. Payne Riches, K. Frie, R. Nourse, S.A. Jebb
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Background: Reducing meat consumption could help to protect the natural environment and promote population health. Interventions restructuring physical micro-environments might help to change habitual behaviour. We synthesised the scientific evidence pertaining to whether, and which, interventions restructuring physical micro-environments effectiv...
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Background: Diet is an important determinant of health, and food purchasing is a key antecedent to consumption. Objective: We set out to evaluate the effectiveness of grocery store interventions to change food purchasing, and to examine whether effectiveness varied based on intervention components, setting, or socioeconomic status. Design: We...

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