TALLINN - The biggest ever study of eating habits of Estonian people begins with the initative of the Health Development Institute (HDI) in September, during which 9,000 people will be interviewed over the course of one year about their eating habits, reports Postimees Online.The data will be collected from randomly selected Estonian residents from the ages of 4 months to 74. The participants will be interviewed about their eating habits and physical parameters. Participation is voluntary and people who want to, can get feedback about their eating and health data.The results will...
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