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Christel Larsson

Professor

Christel Larsson
Professor
christel.larsson@gu.se
+46 31 786 6511
0709-116519

Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 5 , 41120 Göteborg


Department of Food and Nutrition and Sport Science (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
www.iki.gu.se
iki@ped.gu.se
Fax: +46 31 786 2048
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 5 , 411 20 Göteborg

About Christel Larsson

Christel Larsson is a Professor in food and nutrition and works as vice head of the Department of Food and Nutrition, and Sport Science, with responsibility of research. She is a trained nutritionist (MSc) at Stockholm University, gained a Masters degree in Public Health at the Karolinska Institute and also has a Masters degree in Food and Nutrition at Umeå University. In 2001 she became the first doctorate in Food and Nutrition in Sweden with a thesis on young people's food habits and health. Christel has received the Kungliga Skytteanska samfundets prize for young researchers and the food company Dr. Pers Food's research prize. She is engaged in the steering committee of the national research network in epidemiology and nutrition (NEON) and is scientific advisor for the Swedish Nutrition Foundation (SNF).

Christel conducts researches and teaches in particular how to maintain health and prevent the onset of disease by promoting healthy eating habits and physical activity. She is particularly interested in food habits, physical activity and health among children and adolescents as well as dietary assessment methods. She is principal investigator of and researcher in several ongoing studies aiming to promote healthy food habits and physical activity among people. Christel has supervised and are supervisor of several PhD-students both in Food & Nutrition, Sport Science and Public Health & Epidemiology.

Latest publications

Postprandial levels of GLP-1, GIP and glucagon after 2 years of weight loss with a Paleolithic diet: A randomised controlled trial in healthy obese women
J. Otten, M. Ryberg, C. Mellberg, T. Andersson, E. Chorell et al.
European Journal of Endocrinology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Decreased lipogenesis-promoting factors in adipose tissue in postmenopausal women with overweight on a Paleolithic-type diet.
Caroline Blomquist, Elin Chorell, Mats Ryberg, Caroline Mellberg, Evelina Worrsjö et al.
European journal of nutrition, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Results from Sweden's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
C. D. Nystrom, Christel Larsson, C. Alexandrou, B. Ehrenblad, U. Eriksson et al.
Journal of Physical Activity & Health, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Families’ thoughts about vegetables and fruit
Hannah Helgegren, Anna Winkvist, Christel Larsson
EGEA Conference 2018. Nutrition & Health: from science to practice. 7-9 November, Lyon., Poster 2018
Poster

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2012

Diet influence on peripheral and hepatic insulin sensitivity. Keystone symposium "Genetic and Molecular Basis of Obesity and Body Weight Regulation.
Julia Otten, Caroline Mellberg, Jon Hauksson, Susanne Sandberg, Christel Larsson et al.
Keystone symposium "Genetic and Molecular Basis of Obesity and Body Weight Regulation" och äger rum i Santa Fe, New Mexico 29 Jan - 3 Feb 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Food records aided by digital camera show good reproducibility but underestimate energy intake in children who are overweight and obese.
Åsa Svensson, Maria Waling, Catharina Bäcklund, Christel Larsson
International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, Rome, Italy, 14-17 May 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Validation of estimated food records using objective measures for energy and protein intake in a 2-year randomized dietary intervention study.
Susanne Sandberg, Bernt Lindahl, Caroline Mellberg, Tommy Olsson, Mats Rydberg et al.
International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, Rome, Italy, 14-17 May 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Challenges in assessing diet and validity of reported intake of children and adolescents.
Christel Larsson
International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, Rome, Italy, 14-17 May 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Does a Paleolithic-type diet have a better effect than a conventional low-fat diet in achieving long-term weight-loss among obese post-menopausal women?
Susanne Sandberg, Caroline Mellberg, Mats Ryberg, Tommy Olsson, Christel Larsson et al.
12th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, 29 August – 1 September 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Ability of a short dietary questionnaire to capture intake of energy, nutrients and foods among Swedish women with different weight status.
Åsa Svensson, Frida Renström, Paul Franks, Christel Larsson
10th Nordic Nutrition Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 3-5 June 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Obesity Governance Project.
Christel Larsson
Nordisk nutrition, Magazine article 2012
Magazine article

Långsiktiga effekter av kostförändringar på leverfett och insulinkänslighet hos postmenopausala överviktiga kvinnor.
Julia Otten, Caroline Mellberg, Jon Hauksson, Susanne Sanberg, Christel Larsson et al.
Endokrindagarna i Örebro organiserat av Svenska Endokrinologföreningen, 1-3 februari 2012., Conference paper 2012
Conference paper

Maten efter ett år – vad barnen äter, vad kostråden säger och vad maten kostar.
Christel Larsson, Åsa Burgård Konde, Petra Ryden
Barnläkaren, Magazine article 2012
Magazine article

Effects on metabolic health after a 1-year-lifestyle intervention in overweight and obese children: a randomized controlled trial.
Maria Waling, Catharina Bäcklund, Torbjörn Lind, Christel Larsson
Journal of nutrition and metabolism, Journal article 2012
Journal article

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