Explores the various strategies to improve nutrient intake by considering risks and benefits

Background

Understanding and assessing adequate nutrient intake and safe food fortification present major challenges in Europe today. Therefore, the Nutrient Intake Optimisation Task Force estimates nutrient intake and explores how intake of nutrients can be optimised, with a focus on vulnerable population groups.

Objectives

The full scope of the task force encompasses the analysis of knowledge gaps between dietary requirements, intake, status and recommendations. Going further, it also assesses the health risks / benefits of adding macronutrients, micronutrients and specific food substances to foods. The resulting reviews will help to establish recommendations and guidelines on how to improve e.g. food fortification practices in Europe in order to optimise nutrient intake. The task force will use integrated approaches, taking into account both nutritional needs / benefits as well as risks / safety aspects.

Impact

The task force has put forward methods for estimating the changes in micronutrient intake over time, from all dietary sources, including fortified foods and dietary supplements (E. Casala et al., 2014).

The task force shed some light on the prevalence of intakes below the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) within Europe (G.B.M. Mensink et al., 2013).

What’s New

A new publication has been accepted by Nutrition Reviews on ‘Conventional Foods, Followed by Dietary Supplements and Fortified Foods, are the Key Sources of Vitamin D, Vitamin B6 and Selenium Intake in Dutch Participants of the NU-AGE Study’ (Berendsen et al., 2016).

To gain better insight into the magnitude of iodine deficiency in Europe and to explore whether further action would be needed and where, the task force will start a new activity on the iodine content of main food sources of iodine, and relate intakes to current status.

The task force is considering composing an opinion paper on recommended daily allowances (RDA) and upper limits (UL) for specific nutrients like vitamin K, D, Se, Zn. The paper will discuss whether RDA and UL should be updated based on adverse health effects associated with higher dosages. Nutrient interactions will also be considered.

For more detailed information, please contact Ms Lilou van Lieshout at lvanlieshout@ilsieurope.be.

Task Force Members

Dr Mathilde Fleith – Chair Nestlé CH
Dr Léo Meunier – Vice-Chair Danone NL
Dr Christophe Matthys – Co-Chair University of Leuven BE
Dr Ans Eilander Unliver NL
Dr Katja Hora SQM Europe BE
Dr Ute Obermüller-Jevic BASF SE DE
Dr Szabolcs Péter DSM CH
Dr Burcu Aksoy Ülker Bisküvi TR
Dr Ellen van den Heuvel FrieslandCampania NL
Ms Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe BE

Expert Groups

Intake and Sources of Iodine in European Countries and the Potential Impact of Planned Salt Reduction Strategies on Iodine Intake – NEW

Objectives

Adequate dietary iodine intake is required for the production of thyroid hormone. The adverse effects of iodine deficiency (ID) – goiter, cretinism, intellectual impairments, growth retardation, neonatal hypothyroidism and increased pregnancy loss and infant mortality – are well known and easily corrected with salt iodisation. However, worldwide, more than two billion people are still at risk of iodine deficiency, which impairs health and socioeconomic development. The objectives are to systematically review current iodine intake in Europe, potential interactions of iodine with other substances and to identify potential needs for fortification.


Activity


The aim of this activity is to get a better insight of the magnitude of iodine deficiency in Europe and to explore whether further actions are needed and where. The iodine content of main food sources in different European countries will be investigated and intake will be related to current rates of iodine deficiency. The focus will not only be on the general population but also on high-risk populations, and particularly women. On one hand, the food industry is strongly encouraged to use iodised salt. On the other hand, in many European countries, health authorities are now recommending salt reduction. Strategies and legislation vary between countries. The impact of salt reduction on iodine intake should therefore be investigated. To prevent both insufficient as well as excess iodine intake, salt iodisation needs to be accurately monitored. If possible, the expert group will highlight gaps in knowledge between the current consumption of iodine and the recommended amounts and suggest potential actions for filling these gaps.

Expected Output

Iodine deficiency and policy for iodine fortification are topics of current debate. By mapping the iodine issues, this expert group will propose concrete actions: e.g. the need for revising salt iodisation strategies, increasing sodium in crops via biofortification and exploring other vehicles for fortification besides salt. By highlighting new emerging scientific insights related to iodine intake and by examining their relationship with current intake and recommendations, this activity aspires to elaborate on future developments in recommendations.

Interactions of Micronutrients with Other Constituents of the Food Matrix – What Could Be the Adverse Health Consequences of Changes in Bioavailability?

Objectives

The potential interaction of micronutrients with substances in the food matrix plays a role in both bioaccessibility and bioavailability, thereby influencing the efficacy of fortification of food with micronutrients. This is of particular importance for infants and young children. An insufficient or excessive intake might have more health consequences for these than for other populations, since they rely on less diverse dietary sources. The aim of this activity is to assess the different methodological approaches to study these interactions, leading to a harmonised framework.

Activity

This expert group will perform a systematic review based on case studies in order to develop guidelines on how to generate and assess scientific information on the effects of food ingredients or food matrix on the bioaccessibility and bioavailability of micronutrients. To assess the methodologies, reviews on iron, zinc and calcium will be conducted. The aim is to identify, for these case studies, interactions with other substances of the food matrix and to investigate the possibility of creating a more generalised framework.

Expected Output

The experts will create a framework of methods to assess micronutrient bioaccessibility and bioavailability and it will be tested and evaluated for simple food matrices in infant formula and infant/child foods. The work will help in formulating additional research hypotheses to cover identified knowledge and methodological gaps.

Adequacies of n-3 and n-6 PUFA Intakes in European Countries in Light of the Current Recommendations

In collaboration with the Metabolic Imprinting Task Force.

Objectives

Intake levels of total polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) in adults are available but information on intake of specific n-3 and n-6 PUFA in vulnerable populations is limited or sometimes lacking. This activity has investigated the adequacy of current n-3 and n-6 PUFA intake in several vulnerable target groups, namely infants, children, adolescents, pregnant / lactating women and the elderly by comparing intake data with current recommendations.

Activity

This expert group is developing a series of three manuscripts. In the first publication, the expert group investigated current intake of total and specific n-3 and n-6 PUFA in European diets for the identified vulnerable groups. Along with this, the latest nutritional recommendations and their scientific criteria were examined. In addition, it assessed how different food forms and supplements can contribute to the intake of n-3 and n-6 PUFA. In the second publication, the intention is to describe the relevance of n-3 and n-6 PUFA intake indexes and ratios and to compare them to absolute intake levels. In the third manuscript, a systematic review will be performed on n-3 and n-6 and various health effects, specifically focusing on arachidonic acid.

Expected Output

Ultimately, the project will analyse and evaluate n-3 and n-6 PUFA intake, highlighting any remaining knowledge gaps. Manuscripts 2 and 3 will tackle important identified knowledge gaps related to health effects of arachidonic acid and the relevance of n-3 and n-6 PUFA intake ratios versus absolute amounts. Actions will be proposed where serious gaps between nutrient intake and recommendations are identified.

Contribution of Dietary Supplements, Nutrient Dense Food and Food Fortification to the Micronutrient Intake and Status of the Elderly

Objectives

The prevalence of malnutrition and undernutrition is high both in institutionalised and non-institutionalised elderly people. Therefore this project intends to generate data that would support the optimisation of dietary guidelines specific for non-institutionalised elderly individuals.

Activity

A pilot database search phase has looked into determining by which ratio the three product categories (i.e. micronutrient-dense food groups, micronutrient-fortified food groups and micronutrient supplements) contribute to the dietary intake or Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of Dutch elderly individuals in the highest versus lowest quartile of intake, for selected micronutrients. The next phase will determine whether the above calculated contribution to dietary intake is similar in other EU countries. In addition, the advantages and disadvantages of the above-mentioned product categories on the optimisation of dietary micronutrient intake will be investigated. The focus of the activity may shift from vitamins, minerals and trace-elements towards other essential nutrients.

Expected Output

Two sequential manuscripts are expected to be developed. The manuscript of Phase 1 was recently accepted for publication in Nutrition Research. It focuses on the statistical methodology used to assess the relative contribution of each of the three product categories validated in part of the intake database of the EU-funded project ‘New Dietary Strategies Addressing the Specific Needs of the Elderly Population for Healthy Ageing in EuropeNU-AGE’. The NU-AGE study is performed in several different EU countries: Italy, France, the UK, the Netherlands and Poland. The Phase 2 manuscript will investigate the relative contributions of the three different product categories to the intake of micronutrients and other substances at EU level, and discuss the benefits, advantages and disadvantages of each product category. Dietary guidelines to optimise dietary intake of micronutrients by elderly individuals can be more practically applied by compiling and analysing data on the actual relative contribution of different food categories to the respective RDA.

Adequacy of Dietary Fibre Intake of the European Population with Reference to Both Total and Specific Types of Fibre

Objectives

Intake of total dietary fibre is not optimal in most European countries, in particular in vulnerable groups such as children. Total dietary fibre is important for the maintenance of good overall health and the prevention of chronic diseases, whereas specific fibre types could be recommended for their specific health benefits. The aim of this activity was to analyse specific types of fibre intake across Europe and compare it with current recommendations by reviewing the existing data.

Activity

The expert group reviewed and assessed existing data on recommended and actual intake of total and specific types of fibre in Europe. Data were collected from nutrient-based recommendations and surveys measuring fibre intake directly.

Output

This work resulted in a comprehensive review of the literature on dietary fibre intakes, source recommendations and health effects. Areas where scientific data are lacking were identified and need for further research on total and specific types of fibre was also highlighted. The expert group’s manuscript has been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.

Expert Group Members

Intake and Sources of Iodine in European Countries and the Potential Impact of Planned Salt Reduction Strategies on Iodine Intake – NEW

Dr Sarah Bath University of Surrey UK
Prof. Halit Tanju Besler Eastern Mediterranean University TR
Dr Ans Eilander Unilever NL
Dr Magalie Sabatier Nestlé CH
Dr Katja Hora SQM Europe BE
Prof. John Lazarus World Iodine Network / Cardiff University UK
Dr Ellen van den Heuvel FrieslandCampina NL
Dr Janneke Verkaik National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, the Netherlands (RIVM) NL
Dr Michael Zimmermann ETH Zurich CH
Dr Burcu Aksoy Ülker Bisküvi TR
Ms Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe BE

Interactions of Micronutrients with Other Constituents of the Food Matrix – What Could Be the Adverse Health Consequences of Changes in Bioavailability?

Prof. Kaila Srai – Chair University College London UK
Dr Léo Meunier – Vice-Chair Danone NL
Prof. Martin van den Berg – Co-Chair Utrecht University NL
Dr Ans Eilander Unilever NL
Dr Katja Hora SQM Europe BE
Dr Magalie Sabatier Nestlé CH
Dr Paul Sharp Dr Paul Sharp UK
Dr Ellen van den Heuvel FrieslandCampina NL
Dr Elwin Verheij The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) NL
Ms Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe BE

Adequacies of n-3 and n-6 PUFA Intakes in European Countries in Light of the Current Recommendations

Prof. Cristina Campoy – Chair University of Granada ES
Prof. Ronald Mensink – Vice-Chair Maastricht University NL
Dr Wendy Blom* Unilever NL
Prof. Philip Calder University of Southampton UK
Dr Ans Eilander* Unilever NL
Dr Mathilde Fleith Nestlé CH
Prof. Stewart Forsyth DSM UK
Dr Frøydis Hisdal BASF SE NO
Dr Szimonetta Lohner Pécs University HU
Dr Isabelle Sioen Ghent University BE
Dr Bert van de Heijning Danone NL
Ms. Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe BE

*Dr Blom is only involved in Manuscript 2 and Dr Eilander only in Manuscript 3.

Contribution of Dietary Supplements, Nutrient Dense Food and Food Fortification to the Micronutrient Intake and Status of the Elderly

Prof. Lisette de Groot – Chair Wageningen University NL
Dr Ellen van den Heuvel – Vice-Chair FrieslandCampina NL
Ms Agnès Berendsen Wageningen University NL
Prof. Halit Tanjur Besler Eastern Mediterranean University TR
Prof. Anna Brzozowska Warsaw University PL
Dr Christophe Matthys University of Leuven BE
Dr Nicole Neufingerl Unilever NL
Dr Szabolcs Péter DSM CH
Dr Aurelia Santoro University of Bologna IT
Dr Burcu Aksoy Ülker Bisküvi TR
Ms. Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe B

Adequacy of Dietary Fibre Intake of the European Population with Reference to Both Total and Specific Types of Fibre

Dr Victoria Burley – Chair University of Leeds UK
Dr Mathilde Fleith – Vice-Chair Nestlé CH
Dr Martine Champ National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA) FR
Dr Alison Lennox University of Surrey UK
Ms Heddie Mejborn National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark DK
Ms Lilou van Lieshout ILSI Europe BE

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