The Health Policies in Food

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Running head: PUBLIC HEALTH POLICYPublic health PolicyName of the studentName of the UniversityAuthor’s note
1PUBLIC HEALTH POLICYTable of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2The public health policies................................................................................................................2The differences in the policies with regards to the influential forces, principles and strategies.....4Equity and social determinants followed by the policies................................................................5Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6References........................................................................................................................................7
2PUBLIC HEALTH POLICYIntroductionThe health policies in food claims will help take decisions and plans in order to reduce the riskfor a disease which is affected by total diet and lifestyle pattern use of the individual food. It willrequire the proper advertising and labeling of the food to prevent the etiology and theprogression of the food associated chronic diseases. With the help of leadership of WHO policystatement, they will able to provide the most effective approach in the public health services.The outline and summary of the intent of the three public health policies1.The first policy of thePublic Health Association of Australiaresolves by undertaking thefollowing actions. They are well established to advocate the people by promoting theequitable food claims. They try to reduce the risks in food by marking the claims of thefood. They make the anticipation of marking the best quality food and try to influence thebehavior of the consumers in order to make them aware of the usefulness and the badaffects of the food that they are consuming. The main weakness of this policy is that itcurrently does not provide guidance as to the roles of the claims of food in provision (Sallis,Owen, and Fisher 2015). They also do not encourage the education regarding the publichealth nutrition issues. Public also debate the food labels and the standard of the foods theyrefer. Thus most of the regulations are not well funded. The main strength of this policy isthat the outcome of the policy will be further monitored and evaluated by The Food andNutrition Special Group. The information will be well updated on the basis of the healthclaims and health impacts. They will also try to permit the warning labels that link theindividual foods that are associated with the disease outcome.
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