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Dr Silvia Pastorino

Res Fellow Sustainability Nutri & Health

United Kingdom

Affiliations

Department of Public Health, Environments and Society
Faculty of Public Health and Policy

Selected Publications

The future of meat and dairy consumption in the UK: exploring different policy scenarios to meet net zero targets and improve population health
PASTORINO, S; CORNELSEN, L; Cuevas Garcia-Dorado, S; Dangour, AD; MILNER, J; MILOJEVIC, A; SCHEELBEEK, P; Wilkinson, P; GREEN, R;
2023
Global Sustainability
Nitrate and nitrite contamination in drinking water and cancer risk: A systematic review with meta-analysis.
PICETTI, R; DEENEY, M; PASTORINO, S; Miller, MR; SHAH, A; LEON, DA; Dangour, AD; GREEN, R;
2022
Environmental Research
Heterogeneity of Associations between Total and Types of Fish Intake and the Incidence of Type 2 Diabetes: Federated Meta-Analysis of 28 Prospective Studies Including 956,122 Participants
PASTORINO, S; Bishop, T; Sharp, SJ; Pearce, M; Akbaraly, T; Barbieri, NB; Bes-Rastrollo, M; Beulens, JW J; Chen, Z; Du, H; Duncan, BB; Goto, A; Härkänen, T; Hashemian, M; Kromhout, D; Järvinen, R; Kivimaki, M; Knekt, P; Lin, X; Lund, E; Magliano, DJ; Malekzadeh, R; Martínez-González, MÁ; O'Donoghue, G; O'Gorman, D; ... Forouhi, NG.
2021
Nutrients
Associations between maternal physical activity in early and late pregnancy and offspring birth size: remote federated individual level meta‐analysis from eight cohort studies
PASTORINO, S; Bishop, T; Crozier, SR; Granström, C; Kordas, K; Küpers, LK; O'Brien, EC; Polanska, K; Sauder, KA; Zafarmand, MH; Wilson, RC; Agyemang, C; Burton, PR; Cooper, C; Corpeleijn, E; Dabelea, D; Hanke, W; Inskip, HM; McAuliffe, FM; Olsen, SF; Vrijkotte, TG; Brage, S; Kennedy, A; O'Gorman, D; Scherer, P; ... Ong, KK.
2018
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Validation of self-reported diagnosis of diabetes in the 1946 British birth cohort
PASTORINO, S; Richards, M; Hardy, R; Abington, J; Wills, A; Kuh, D; Pierce, M;
2015
Primary Care Diabetes
A high fat, high GI, low fibre dietary pattern is associated with increased type 2 diabetes risk in British adults
Richards, M; Pierce, M; Kuh, D; Anbrosini, G;
Ann Nutr Metab 2013;63(suppl 1):1–1960
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