CHRISTOFFER ANDERSEN is exercise physiologist (MSc) with a degree from the University and PhD of the Institute of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, SDU. He has been affiliated with the fitness industry as team trainer, fitness instructor and personal trainer since 1999 and has worked as a teacher and where he developed a number of programs since 2005. Christoffer Andersen is responsible for the training and health professional line of Fit & Healthy chain, sits on the board of DFHO and has been a rnember of EuropeActives Standards Council from 2012-15, where he has helped to define EREPS stand-ards for the European fitness sector.
CHRISTOFFER ANDERSEN, PH.D., FYSIOLOG Solid scientific knowledge and research is the basis for the recently published 10 new Danish dietary Guidelines and the new Nordic nutritional recommendations for a healthy diet.
- Eat a variety of foods, but not too much, and be physically active.
- Eat fruits and lots of vegetables.
- Eat more fish.
- Choose whole grains.
- Choose lean meats and cold meats.
- Choose low-fat dairy products.
- Eat less saturated fat.
- Eat foods with less salt.
- Eat less sugar.
- Drink water.
In order to reduce the saturated fat intake, the consumption of margarine is promoted. These guidelines were developed in a process led by the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries. It also involved the Ministry of Health, universities, nutrition institutes, consumer organizations, non-governmental organizations and the food indust, The Danish theta, guidelines are endorsed by . Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries.