Josefa Garzillo

Josefa Garzillo
University of São Paulo | USP · Department of Nutrition (São Paulo)

veterinarian; PhD in global health and sustainability

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August 2014 - July 2018
University of São Paulo
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (13)
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Introduction FoodEx2 consists of a vocabulary of foods with assigned codes, allowing the classification and description of foods reported in different types of data (food consumption, composition, or production method) [1]. At least 56 food consumption databases have been coded with FoodEx2 [2]. The linkage of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) databa...
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OBJECTIVE :To study the association between ultra-processed food consumption and carbon and water footprints of the Brazilian diet. METHODS: Cross-sectional analysis on data collected in 2008–2009 on a probabilistic sample of the Brazilian population aged ≥ 10 years (n = 32,886). Individual food intake was assessed using two 24-hour food records, o...
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OBJECTIVE: To estimate the carbon footprint of the Brazilian diet and of sociodemographic strata of this population. METHODS: Carbon footprint of the diet was estimated based on data from two 24-hour diet records, obtained in 2008 and 2009, from a probabilistic sample of the Brazilian population aged 10 years and over (n = 34,003) and on environmen...
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Background The consumption of ultra-processed foods has increased worldwide and has been related to the occurrence of obesity and other non-communicable diseases. However, little is known about the environmental effects of ultra-processed foods. We aimed to assess the temporal trends in greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE), water footprint, and ecologic...
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Download i Portal de Livros abertos da USP http://www.livrosabertos.sibi.usp.br/portaldelivrosUSP/catalog/book/442 This book presents a table with carbon, water and ecological footprints of foods and culinary preparations consumed in Brazil, a tool developed to enable the studies of a thesis named The food and its environmental impacts: approaches...
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Publicação disponível para download no Portal de livros abertos da USP. http://www.livrosabertos.sibi.usp.br/portaldelivrosUSP/catalog/book/393 Os vestígios ou rastros de degradação ambiental mensuráveis que marcam a passagem descuidada do ser humano pela Terra são chamados de pegadas. Este livro traz a tabela com as pegadas de carbono, hídrica e...
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Dietary intake of added sugars has increased dramatically worldwide during the past few decades, coinciding with increases in obesity and noncommunicable diseases. About 75% of all processed foods and beverages contain added sugar in the United States [1]. Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs), including carbonated soft drinks, fruit-flav...
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To present and discuss the dietary guidelines issued by the Brazilian government in 2014. The present paper describes the aims of the guidelines, their shaping principles and the approach used in the development of recommendations. The main recommendations are outlined, their significance for the cultural, socio-economic and environmental aspects o...
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(Those listed here were responsible for the technical coordination and formulation of these official national dietary guidelines issued by the Brazilian federal Ministry of Health. The abstract is taken from the preamble by the General Coordination of Food and Nutrition, Ministry of Health, Brasília) The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends,...
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One thousand male Hubbard chicks were used in a 21-d study (10 birds per battery cage) to determine relative biological availability of phosphorus in seven samples of commercial dicalcium phosphate, expected to contain variable amounts of monocalcium phosphate. Five samples were from established producers in Brazil and two from the U.S. Pure calciu...
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Seven samples of commercial dicalcium phosphate, expected to contain variable amounts of monocalcium phosphate, from five established producers in Brazil and two in the United States, were evaluated and compared with a purified grade calcium phosphate dibasic dihydrate used as a reference standard. All samples were submitted to a wide range of test...

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Projects (2)
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To investigate the nutritional quality and the environmental impact of Brazilian diets on biodiversity
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To calculate CF/WF of brazilian food consumption.