NUTRITION EDUCATION

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NUTRITION EDUCATION

  1. 1. Is the key….…… Healthy Body and Mind. The study of various nutrients, their functions, food sources and their effects in human well being is called NUTRITION. Nutritionscience is the area of knowledge regarding the role of food in maintenance of health.
  2. 2.  Nutrition Education focuses on enhancing health and facilitating solutions.EDUCATION Latin Word Educareo To Bring up or lead out and can be seen as a process that not only provides knowledge, information and skills but also fosters development, growth and change. o Conti……….
  3. 3.  Nutrition Education is a systematically planned set of activities. Nutrition Education is an essential component to improve the nutritional status of a population and is crucial for the well being of people in general.
  4. 4. Nutrition Education, Based on different views: One View: Information dissemination approach Second View: Facilitating behaviours conducive to health Third View: Focus on environmental change
  5. 5.  Influence public policies and promote access to a variety of nutritious food. To develop personal skills and motivation to adopt healthy eating practices. To develop nutrition advisory services and nutrition education of the public. To participate in coordinated community nutrition programme. To improve nutritional status/ level in the community.
  6. 6. Major functions of nutrition education activities Increase awareness Enhancing peoples motivation Facilitating the ability to take action Improving environmental supports
  7. 7.  Nutrition Educators can also use a growth centered educational approach. Nutrition educators can also work in coalitions with Other professionals Major Operational Organizational and Sectors……… Governmental Agencies
  8. 8. All the Basic Foods in abundance • Fast Food high in fat sugar and salt • Sweetened Beverages • Large Portions • More fruits and Vegetables• Familiar • More whole• Easy (To and lessbuy, prepare and processed grainseat) • Variety• Tasty Food • Less Fat,• Good value for Sugar andMoney (Cheap) Sodium• Healthy • Balanced food and Physical activity
  9. 9. Public Health Nutrition Food availability and accessibility, social structure, policy and systems EDUCATION Nutritional Health Other Health Other Food Concern Concerns ConcernsNutrition Education Health Promotion
  10. 10. Advantages
  11. 11. Limitations
  12. 12. Require Specific SkillsNot an ad-hoc Lack of programme Limitations Resources Remains ineffective, if causes are not identify
  13. 13.  Nutrition education can help people understand that diet is related to their health and can provide information on what food to eat for health. Increase awareness
  14. 14. Thanks

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