Isabela Sattamini is a Brazilian nutrition researcher who holds a PhD in Public Health Nutrition from the University of São Paulo. Her expertise is focused on dietary diversity and ultra-processed foods consumption. Isabela was involved in the multi-country study on “Ultra processed food consumption, nutritional profile of diet and obesity ” and the “Nutrinet Brazil Cohort project: Food and Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases”. She coordinated the advocacy project for advancing trans-fat restriction laws in Brazil, that later culminated in the national ban law approval in December 2019. Currently, Isabela is a consultant at the Nutrition and Food Systems Division (ESN) in the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), dedicated to the Minimum Dietary Diversity for Women of reproductive age indicator (MDD-W) project, based in Rome, Italy.