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    • Activité physique, Alimentation, Maladies
    • 2014
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Profils de pays sur la nutrition, l’activité physique et l’obésité dans les 53 États membres de la Région européenne de l’OMS. Méthodologie et résumé]
    o support the exchange of experiences, policy development and action in the areas of nutrition, physical activity and obesity, the WHO Regional Office has compiled profiles on the 53 countries in the WHO European Region. While the individual country profiles are issued separately, this short publication gives an overview of information on the monitoring and surveillance of overweight and obesity, exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months of life, the intake of saturated fatty acids and salt, the supply of fruit and vegetables, iodine status and physical inactivity. A policy section summarizes salt-reduction initiatives, trans fatty acids policies, actions in the area of marketing of food and non-alcoholic beverages to children, and physical activity policies and recommendations. It also describes the methodology and the data sources used.

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    • Editeur: Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) [World Health Organization (WHO)]
    • Maladies, Alimentation, Activité physique
    • 2011
    • Rapport
    • Anglais

    [Alimentation, activité physique et prévention des maladies cardiovasculaires en Europe]
    In May 2002 The European Heart Network published “Food, Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in the European Union: Challenges for the New Millenium” There have been important changes in the landscape in relation to diet, physical activity and cardiovascular disease since 2002.
    This new report reviews the latest evidence on the relationship between cardiovascular health and what we eat or how active we are. It also takes a close look at current European eating and physical activity patterns and proposed a series of policy actions.
    Two sets of population goals
    We propose two sets of population goals for European countries to work towards in the medium and long term. The intermediate targets are set at a level which governments could realistically aim for within the next five to ten years. The second, more ambitious goals highlight diet and activity levels to aim towards in the longer term.
    These goals are not dietary guidelines for individuals. They represent a recommended average intake or level for the population as a whole, and are provided as a tool for policy makers to use in settings and monitoring strategy. The goals need to be translated into meaningful food-based dietary guidelines at the country level, taking local eating habits, activity patterns and cultural factors into account.

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    • Editeur: European Heart Network (EHN)
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