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The modern environment is in turn increasingly designed to encourage the consumption of calorie dense foods at many opportunities: every day children in North Macedonia will pass by multiple kiosks selling cheap unhealthy foods, they will be exposed to advertisements for sweets and sugary drinks, they will have the opportunity to purchase snacks from vending machines in schools, and will often face conscious or unconscious peer pressure to eat calorific foods. (...) The modern environments in which we live is, in turn, are increasingly designed to encourage eating calorie dense foods at many opportunities: children are exposed daily to multiple kiosks selling cheap calorie dense foods, advertisements of sweets and sugary drinks, vending machines selling unhealthy products in schools, and will often face conscious or unconscious peer pressure to eat calorie dense products. (...) This was particularly problematic for children who were given permission to serve themselves as they wanted, as it gave them frequent opportunities to consume large amounts of unhealthy foods. For example, a primary school child reported typically taking food from the home fridge seven times per day and that the fridge would store numerous calorie-dense items, including sugary fizzy drinks, processed meats, and cheese.
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Score: 2021435.7 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...y%20in%20North%20Macedonia.pdf
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Media Center Press releases Special Procedures Unhealthy diets greater threat to health than tobacco; UN expert calls for global regulation Unhealthy diets 19 May 2014 Share Related Press releases Democracy and diversity can mend broken food systems - final diagnosis from UN right to food expert Press releases Human Rights Council hears from Special Rapporteurs on Right to Food and Adequate Housing Press releases Governments should use public purse to ‘buy justice’ in food systems – UN right to food expert GENEVA (19 May 2014) -The UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Olivier De Schutter, called today for a new global agreement to regulate unhealthy diets. “Unhealthy diets are now a greater threat to global health than tobacco. (...) “Governments have been focusing on increasing calorie availability, but they have often been indifferent to what kind of calories are on offer, at what price, to whom they are made available, and how they are marketed,” said De Schutter.
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Score: 1919200 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...tobacco-un-expert-calls-global
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The contribution of cereals to calorie and protein intake is high, and an increased share of non-cereals items in calories and protein intake is reflected. The consumption of unhealthy foods has increased. Widespread adoption of healthy diets may lead to some adverse environmental impacts.
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Score: 1833378 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...etary-synchronized-English.pdf
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تواصلوا معنا Get Involved شاركوا آخر الأخبار مركز وسائل الإعلام بيانات صحفية الإجراءات الخاصة الأنظمة الغذائية غير الصحية أكثر تهديداً للصحة من التبغ؛ خبير الأمم المتحدة يدعو إلى تنظيم عالمي 19 أيّار/مايو 2014 للمشاركة ذات الصلة بيانات صحفية يمكن للديمقراطية والتنوع إصلاح النظم الغذائية المنهارة – تشخيص نهائي من خبير الأمم المتحدة المعني بالحق في الغذاء بيانات صحفية مجلس حقوق الإنسان يستمع إلى المقررين الخاصين المعنيين بالحق في الغذاء وبالسكن اللائق بيانات صحفية ينبغي أن تستخدم الحكومات الخزانة العامة ل"توفير العدالة" في النظم الغذائية – خبير الأمم المتحدة المعني بالحق في الغذاء GENEVA (19 May 2014) -The UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Olivier De Schutter, called today for a new global agreement to regulate unhealthy diets. “Unhealthy diets are now a greater threat to global health than tobacco. (...) In his 2012 report* to the UN Human Rights Council, the Special Rapporteur identified five priority actions to address the issues of obesity and unhealthy diets: 1) Taxing unhealthy products; 2) Regulating foods high in saturated fats, salt and sugar; 3) Cracking down on junk food advertising; 4) Overhauling misguided agricultural subsidies that make certain ingredients cheaper than others; and 5) Supporting local food production so that consumers have access to healthy, fresh and nutritious foods. (...) “Governments have been focusing on increasing calorie availability, but they have often been indifferent to what kind of calories are on offer, at what price, to whom they are made available, and how they are marketed,” said De Schutter.
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Score: 1828818 - https://www.ohchr.org/ar/press...tobacco-un-expert-calls-global
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According to a survey by World Bank International Comparison Program conducted in 176 countries for  657 food products, unhealthy foods are much cheaper than healthy foods in poor countries. Hence unhealthy calories are easy preference for poor communities. (...) Paragraph 41 should add policy measures to correct patterns in favour of healthy foods and against unhealthy foods. This could be done by imposing taxes on unhealthy foods and markets corrections for healthy foods.   4.
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Score: 1826715.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/9660
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According to a survey by World Bank International Comparison Program conducted in 176 countries for  657 food products, unhealthy foods are much cheaper than healthy foods in poor countries. Hence unhealthy calories are easy preference for poor communities. (...) Paragraph 41 should add policy measures to correct patterns in favour of healthy foods and against unhealthy foods. This could be done by imposing taxes on unhealthy foods and markets corrections for healthy foods.   4.
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Score: 1826715.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/9660
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According to a survey by World Bank International Comparison Program conducted in 176 countries for  657 food products, unhealthy foods are much cheaper than healthy foods in poor countries. Hence unhealthy calories are easy preference for poor communities. (...) Paragraph 41 should add policy measures to correct patterns in favour of healthy foods and against unhealthy foods. This could be done by imposing taxes on unhealthy foods and markets corrections for healthy foods.   4.
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Score: 1826715.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/9660
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According to a survey by World Bank International Comparison Program conducted in 176 countries for  657 food products, unhealthy foods are much cheaper than healthy foods in poor countries. Hence unhealthy calories are easy preference for poor communities. (...) Paragraph 41 should add policy measures to correct patterns in favour of healthy foods and against unhealthy foods. This could be done by imposing taxes on unhealthy foods and markets corrections for healthy foods.   4.
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Score: 1826715.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/9660
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Select language Select language English 中文 World Health Organization Western Pacific Australia Home / News / Detail / Protecting children from unhealthy foods and drinks Protecting children from unhealthy foods and drinks 19 December 2016 News release Manila, Philippines WHO/Y. (...) Across the Western Pacific Region, marketers of unhealthy food and beverages target children. These food and beverages are high in calories, saturated and trans fats, salt and sugar, the consumption of which are driving exploding rates of obesity and other health problems in many countries across the Region. (...) Evidence shows a link between the exposure to marketing and unhealthy dietary behaviours. Unhealthy diets are a key risk factor for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in children, including obesity and tooth decay.
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Score: 1815611.3 - https://www.who.int/australia/...rom-unhealthy-foods-and-drinks
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Protecting children from unhealthy foods and drinks Protecting children from unhealthy foods and drinks 19 December 2016 News release Manila, Philippines WHO/Y. (...) Across the Western Pacific Region, marketers of unhealthy food and beverages target children. These food and beverages are high in calories, saturated and trans fats, salt and sugar, the consumption of which are driving exploding rates of obesity and other health problems in many countries across the Region. (...) Evidence shows a link between the exposure to marketing and unhealthy dietary behaviours. Unhealthy diets are a key risk factor for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in children, including obesity and tooth decay.
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Score: 1815611.3 - https://www.who.int/republicof...rom-unhealthy-foods-and-drinks
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