EFAD leads the project and collaborates with two research teams from Austria and Spain, to develop a toolkit for dietitians to educate patients on how to build a healthy breakfast based on the International Breakfast Research Initiative (IBRI) Europe breakfast recommendations. Cereals Partners Worldwide set up the IBRI in 2016, a project led by recognized nutrition experts, to develop nutrient recommendations for a balanced breakfast, based on established daily nutritional guidelines and the observed nutritional contribution of breakfast.
This project aims to develop a toolkit for dietitians to educate patients on how to build a healthy breakfast based on the IBRI Europe breakfast recommendations. The project will be comprised of three parts:
- Review and validate existing communication CPW materials for breakfast education
- Optimise the features and functionality of the MS nutrition tool to meet the needs of dietitians to educate patients about a healthy breakfast
- Develop a simple intuitive tool based on the IBRI breakfast score that consumers can use to build a healthy breakfast by themselves
EFAD has received an unrestricted educational grant from Cereal Partners Worldwide to conduct the project.
Universidad CEU-San Pablo, Spain
Fachhochschule Gesundheitsberufe Oberösterreich- University of Applied Sciences for Health Professions Upper Austria
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