NutriQuébec

  • Lifestyle
Now Recruiting

The results of this project will allow to better understand how dietary and lifestyle habits of Quebecers affect their health. The results will also allow to implement policies that will help promote healthy food choices and lifestyle habits.

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Project summary

The NutriQuébec project mainly aims to describe and monitor the dietary and lifestyle habits of the Quebec adult population. To do so, questionnaires will be administered through the Internet every year to 30 000 Quebecers aged 18 years and older. Once a year for several years, you will be invited to complete the core questionnaires of the project.

The NutriQuébec project is led by a team of experienced researchers who are all committed to its success. NutriQuébec's principal investigator is Benoît Lamarche, Chair of Nutrition at Université Laval and researcher at the Institute on nutrition and functional foods (INAF). The team also includes researchers Simone Lemieux, Sophie Desroches and Ariane Bélanger-Gravel from INAF. NutriQuébec also relies on leading collaborators who play a key role as scientific advisors: Lise Gauvin from Université de Montréal, David Buckeridge from McGill University, Céline Plante from Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) and Didier Garriguet from Statistics Canada.

Project team

Benoit Lamarche, principal investigator
Benoit Lamarche

Principal investigator

School of Nutrition

Laval University

Simone Lemieux
Simone Lemieux

School of Nutrition

Laval University

Sophie Desroches
Sophie Desroches

School of Nutrition

Laval University

Ariane Bélanger-Gravel
Ariane Bélanger-Gravel

Department of Information and Communication

Laval University

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