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WHO - Wed, 07/06/2016
The WHO Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity has developed a series of recommendations for governments aimed at reducing the alarming rate of childhood obesity and overweight around the world.
This set of interventions is presented under the following six areas:
On this occasion, the objectives that are meant to be reached by implementing a multisectoral approach are: to increase the intake of healthy foods and to reduce the intake of those unhealthy, to reduce obesogenic environments as well as sedentary behaviours and to create a positive health environment throughout every stage of a child’s life, including their school and family surroundings.
More information available in: World Health Organization