Nutrient related chronic diseases

Chronic diseases are long-standing diseases that are not transmissible and largely preventable. They include diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, osteoporosis, and dental diseases, Factors that can increase the risk of developing chronic diseases are an unhealthy diet, physical dormancy, tobacco use, and alcohol ingesting. Genetic and economic factors also play a role in developing these diseases. It includes various topics like global and regional food consumption patterns and trends, population nutrient intake goals for diet related chronic disease.

  • Global and regional food consumption patterns and trends
  • Population nutrient intake goals for preventing diet related chronic disease
  • Policy principles for the promotion of healthy diet and physical activity

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