1. Birt, C, Buzeti, T, Grosso, G, et al. (2017) Healthy and Sustainable Diets for European Countries. Utrecht, The Netherlands: European Public Health Association.
2. Perignon, M, Vieux, F, Soler, L-G, et al. (2017) Improving diet sustainability through evolution of food choices: review of epidemiological studies on the environmental impact of diets. Nutr Rev 75, 2–17.
3. Aleksandrowicz, L, Green, R, Joy, EJM, et al. (2016) The impacts of dietary change on greenhouse gas emissions, land use, water use, and health: a systematic review. PLOS ONE 11, e0165797.
4. Hallström, E, Carlsson-Kanyama, A & Börjesson, P (2015) Environmental impact of dietary change: a systematic review. J Clean Prod 91, 1–11.
5. Auestad, N & Fulgoni, VL (2015) What current literature tells us about sustainable diets: emerging research linking dietary patterns, environmental sustainability, and economics. Adv Nutr Int Rev J 6, 19–36.
6. Jones, AD, Hoey, L, Blesh, J, et al. (2016) A systematic review of the measurement of sustainable diets. Adv Nutr Int Rev J 7, 641–664.
8. Springmann, M, Godfray, HCJ, Rayner, M, et al. (2016) Analysis and valuation of the health and climate change cobenefits of dietary change. Proc Natl Acad Sci 113, 4146–4151.
9. Tilman, D & Clark, M (2014) Global diets link environmental sustainability and human health. Nature 515, 518–522.
10. Mathijs, E (2012) Sustainable Food Consumption and Production in a Resource-contrained World. Brussels: Europen Commission.
11. Cafiero, C, Melgar-Quiñonez, HR, Ballard, TJ, et al. (2014) Validity and reliability of food security measures: validity and reliability of food security measures. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1331, 230–248.
13. Gustafson, D, Gutman, A, Leet, W, et al. (2016) Seven food system metrics of sustainable nutrition security. Sustainability 8, 196.
14. Hallström, E, Davis, J, Woodhouse, A, et al. (2018) Using dietary quality scores to assess sustainability of food products and human diets: a systematic review. Ecol Indic 93, 219–230.
15. Pieniak, Z, Żakowska-Biemans, S, Kostyra, E, et al. (2016) Sustainable healthy eating behaviour of young adults: towards a novel methodological approach. BMC Public Health 16, 577.
16. Hercberg, S, Castetbon, K, Czernichow, S, et al. (2010) The Nutrinet-Santé Study: a web-based prospective study on the relationship between nutrition and health and determinants of dietary patterns and nutritional status. BMC Public Health 10, 242.
17. Kesse-Guyot, E, Castetbon, K, Touvier, M, et al. (2010) Relative validity and reproducibility of a food frequency questionnaire designed for French adults. Ann Nutr Metab 57, 153–162.
18. Baudry, J, Méjean, C, Allès, B, et al. (2015) Contribution of organic food to the diet in a large sample of French adults (the NutriNet-Santé Cohort Study). Nutrients 7, 8615–8632.
19. Etude NutriNet-Santé (2013) Table de composition des aliments de l’étude Nutrinet-Santé (Food Composition Table from the Nutrinet-Santé Study). Paris: Economica.
20. Verger, EO, Mariotti, F, Holmes, BA, et al. (2012) Evaluation of a diet quality index based on the probability of adequate nutrient intake (PANDiet) using national French and US dietary surveys. PLOS ONE 7, e42155.
22. Seconda, L, Baudry, J, Allès, B, et al. (2018) Comparing nutritional, economic, and environmental performances of diets according to their levels of greenhouse gas emissions. Clim Change 148, 155–172.
23. Kramer, GF, Tyszler, M, van’t Veer, P, et al. (2017) Decreasing the overall environmental impact of the Dutch diet: how to find healthy and sustainable diets with limited changes. Public Health Nutr 20, 1699–1709.
24. Fess, T & Benedito, V (2018) Organic versus conventional cropping sustainability: a comparative system analysis. Sustainability 10, 272–314.
25. Reganold, JP & Wachter, JM (2016) Organic agriculture in the twenty-first century. Nat Plants 2, 15221.
26. Seconda, L, Baudry, J, Allès, B, et al. (2017) Assessment of the sustainability of the Mediterranean diet combined with organic food consumption: an individual behaviour approach. Nutrients 9, 61–76.
27. Barosh, L, Friel, S, Engelhardt, K, et al. (2014) The cost of a healthy and sustainable diet – who can afford it? Aust N Z J Public Health 38, 7–12.
28. Craig, CL, Marshall, AL, Sjostrom, M, et al. (2003) International physical activity questionnaire: 12-country reliability and validity. Med Sci Sports Exerc 35, 1381–1395.
29. Hallal, PC & Victora, CG (2004) Reliability and validity of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ). Med Sci Sports Exerc 36, 556.
31. Dernini, S, Berry, EM, Serra-Majem, L, et al. (2017) Med Diet 4.0: the Mediterranean diet with four sustainable benefits. Public Health Nutr 20, 1322–1330.
32. Allen, T & Prosperi, P (2016) Modeling sustainable food systems. Environ Manage 57, 956–975.
33. Johnston, JL, Fanzo, JC & Cogill, B (2014) Understanding sustainable diets: a descriptive analysis of the determinants and processes that influence diets and their impact on health, food security, and environmental sustainability. Adv Nutr Int Rev J 5, 418–429.
34. Jones, AD, Ngure, FM, Pelto, G, et al. (2013) What are we assessing when we measure food security? A compendium and review of current metrics. Adv Nutr Int Rev J 4, 481–505.
35. Mushtag, U, Molino, N, Bignet, V, et al. (2015) Integrated indicators for sustainable food systems and healthy diets in the post-2015 development agenda.
36. Remans, R, Wood, SA, Saha, N, et al. (2014) Measuring nutritional diversity of national food supplies. Glob Food Secur 3, 174–182.
37. Weiler, AM, Hergesheimer, C, Brisbois, B, et al. (2015) Food sovereignty, food security and health equity: a meta-narrative mapping exercise. Health Policy Plan 30, 1078–1092.
38. Swindale, A & Bilinsky, P (2006) Development of a universally applicable household food insecurity measurement tool: process, current status, and outstanding issues. 136, 14495–14525.
40. Streiner, DL, Norman, GR & Cairney, J (2015) Health Measurement Scales: A Practical Guide to Their Development and Use. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
41. Bland, JM & Altman, DG (2002) Validating scales and indexes. BMJ 324, 606–607.
Béteille, R, et al. (2014) Cost-benefit Analysis of Pathways to Practical Implementation of Sustainable Diets in France, Spain and Sweden and Economic Impact Assessment of Sustainable Diets in the EU. Berlin: WWF.
45. Schofield, W (1984) Predicting basal metabolic rate, new standards and review of previous work. Hum Nutr Clin Nutr 39, Suppl. 1, 5–41.
46. Panagiotakos, D (2009) Health measurement scales: methodological issues. Open Cardiovasc Med J 3, 160–165.
47. Waijers, PMCM, Feskens, EJM & Ocké, MC (2007) A critical review of predefined diet quality scores. Br J Nutr 97, 219–231.
48. Cade, J, Thompson, R, Burley, V, et al. (2002) Development, validation and utilisation of food-frequency questionnaires – a review. Public Health Nutr 5, 567–587.
49. van Dooren, C, Douma, A, Aiking, H, et al. (2017) Proposing a novel index reflecting both climate impact and nutritional impact of food products. Ecol Econ 131, 389–398.
50. Bryngelsson, D, Hedenus, F, Johansson, D, et al. (2017) How do dietary choices influence the energy-system cost of stabilizing the climate? Energies 10, 182.
51. Andreeva, VA, Salanave, B, Castetbon, K, et al. (2015) Comparison of the sociodemographic characteristics of the large NutriNet-Santé e-cohort with French census data: the issue of volunteer bias revisited. J Epidemiol Community Health 69, 893–898.
52. Andreeva, VA, Deschamps, V, Salanave, B, et al. (2016) Comparison of dietary intakes between a large online cohort study (Etude NutriNet-Santé) and a nationally representative cross-sectional study (Etude Nationale Nutrition Santé) in France: addressing the issue of generalizability in E-epidemiology. Am J Epidemiol 184, 660–669.
53. Baudry, J, Méjean, C, Péneau, S, et al. (2015) Health and dietary traits of organic food consumers: results from the NutriNet-Santé study. Br J Nutr 114, 2064–2073.
54. Kesse-Guyot, E, Péneau, S, Méjean, C, et al. (2013) Profiles of organic food consumers in a large sample of French adults: results from the Nutrinet-Santé Cohort Study. PLOS ONE 8, e76998.