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, Annexes Les annexes sont les suivantes :-Annexe 1 : Questionnaire alimentaire à V4 : p, vol.52, p.61

, Exemple d'une enquête alimentaire issue du logiciel GENI V9 : p.62 à 66-Annexe 3 : Questionnaire alimentaire à V2 : p.67 à 76-Annexe, vol.2, p.77

, Répartitions des acides gras dans les fruits secs et oléagineux : p, vol.5, p.77

, Le calcul de la dépense énergétique en kcal/j se fait en appliquant la formule de l'OMS, en fonction de l'âge

, Composition en acides gras saturés et insaturés des fruits secs et oléagineux Tableau issu de l'article « Health Benefits of Nut Consumption » d'Emilio Ros et al. publié dans Lipid Clinic, Endocrinology and Nutrition Service