Nanna Louise Riis is employed as a postdoc at the
Center for Clinical Research and Prevention. She has a master's degree in Human
Nutrition from the University of Copenhagen and a PhD in Life Science from the
Technical University of Denmark. Nanna has primarily been involved in
intervention studies, and her PhD study was based on a randomized controlled
trial, where she investigated the effect of reducing the salt content in bread
- alone or in combination with dietary advice on the intake of sodium,
potassium and Na/K ratio, risk markers for cardiovascular disease, dietary
intake as well as salt taste sensitivity and preferences. In the postdoc
employment, Nanna works with the 20-year follow-up of the Inter99 cohort.
Riis, N.L., Bjoernsbo, K.S., Lassen, A.D., Trolle, E., Frederiksen, A.K.S., Andreasen, A.H., Bysted, A. & Toft, U. (2020) 'Impact of a sodium-reduced bread intervention with and without dietary counseling on sodium intake – a cluster randomized controlled trial among Danish families', European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 74, p1334-1344.
Riis, N.L., Bjoernsbo, K., Toft, U., Trolle, E., Hyldig, G., Hartley, I.E., Keast, R., Lassen, A.D. (2021) 'Impact of salt reduction interventions on salt taste sensitivity and liking, a cluster randomized controlled trial', Food Quality and Preference, 87..
Bjoernsbo, K.S., Riis, N.L., Andreasen, A.H., Petersen, J., Lassen, A.D., Trolle, E., Frederiksen, A.K.S., Munk, J.K., Toft, U. (2019) 'Salt Reduction Intervention in Families Investigating Metabolic, Behavioral and Health Effects of Targeted Intake Reductions: Study Protocol for a Four Months Three-Armed, Randomized, Controlled 'Real-Life' Trial', International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(19), 3532.
Toft, U., Riis, N.L., Lassen, A.D., Trolle, E., Andreasen, A.H., Frederiksen, A.K.S., Bjoernsbo, K.S. (2020) The effects of two intervention strategies to reduce the intake of salt and the sodium-to-potassium ratio on cardiovascular risk factors. A 4-month randomised controlled study among healthy families. Nutrients, 12(5), 1467.