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eBook Improving Diet and Health Through European Union Food Policies: A Discussion Paper ePub

by Health Education Authority

  • ISBN: 0752116037
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Health Education Authority
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Health Education Authority (April 1999)
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Food production and health policies. Food and its central role in improving health should be perceived as an integral part of a primary health service. Food and nutrition insecurity. Current trends in food supply. While health professionals usually lack a sufficient understanding of this role, the general public is becoming very concerned about it.

The World Health Organisation has developed an updated European Food . Improving diets will require a change in the environments we live in and a policy that supports making the healthy choice the easy choice.

The World Health Organisation has developed an updated European Food and Nutrition Action Plan 2015-2020 which proposes a number of measures developed through a consultative process within the WHO European Region. Better health and well being can only be achieved through the concerted efforts of all concerned. Hon Mr Christopher Fearne Parliamentary Secretary for Health. This is the basis for the development of the Food and Nutrition Policy and Action Plan.

Three European Commissioners have joined forces to promote healthy lifestyles through better . State of health in the European Union.

Three European Commissioners have joined forces to promote healthy lifestyles through better coordination of their respective policies. supporting campaigns to promote healthy diets and increasing the consumption of fruit and vegetables (such as the '5-a-day' campaign) as part of the programme of promotion of EU agricultural products funded each year through the common agricultural policy budget. An unhealthy population has a direct impact on social security and healthcare costs, and risks becoming an ever-increasing burden on the European economy.

in public health policy and health education strategy. sociative member of the European Thematic Network. provides results for health-policy decision-making and. can be used for evaluating specic health promotion. and NCDs prevention programmes. 2014-2020) in the area of Health Enhancing through. for Dietetics and a team member of the DIETS2/WP2. Second and third cycle competences for dietitians.

Health Canada recognizes that diet may modify the risk of developing or. .

Health Canada recognizes that diet may modify the risk of developing or exacerbating certain chronic diseases. Individual components of foods - both nutrients and non-nutrients - can affect certain risk factors for disease. The NLEA clarified and strengthened the authority of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to require nutrition labelling on foods and to establish the circumstances under which claims may be made about nutrients in foods.

No. 48 - Improving Lifestyles, Tackling Obesity: The Health and Economic Impact of Prevention Strategies (November 2009) Franco Sassi, Michele Cecchini, Jeremy Lauer and Dan Chisholm. No. 47 - Health Care Quality Indicators Project: Patient Safety Indicators Report 2009 No. 47 - Annex (November 2009) Saskia Drösler, Patrick Romano, Lihan Wei. 46 - Education and Obesity in Four OECD Countries (June 2009) Franco Sassi, Marion Devaux, Jody Church, Michele Cecchini and Francesca Borgonovi.

OECD Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Papers. Policy Initiatives Concerning Diet, Health and Nutrition. OECD Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Papers. Overall survey responses indicate that most efforts focus on two main types of activities: first, increasing information on diet and health to consumers to enable them to make informed food choices and, second, promoting increased consumption of fruit and vegetables, particularly amongst children.

Health services and health professionals have a strong potential for improving patients’ understanding of the relations between diet, physical activity and health, and for inducing necessary lifestyle changes. Patients could receive important stimuli for such changes if health professionals included in routine contacts practical advice to patients and families on the benefits of optimal diets and increased levels of physical activity.

of nutrition policy and programming, rather than improved diet quality and overall health and wellbeing. The evidence to support policy interventions is also different from that for interventions delivered to individuals

of nutrition policy and programming, rather than improved diet quality and overall health and wellbeing. The evidence to support policy interventions is also different from that for interventions delivered to individuals. Thus, predictive modelling, observational, quasi-experimental, and interventional studies, and surveillance data must feature more heavily in the standards of evidence required for policy change.