Good nutrition depends on access to a healthful food supply. Although a great deal of attention has been paid to food intake as a determinant of nutrition and overall health, little attention has been paid to the food supply system, health risks embedded in it, and its effect on people's choices. Most national governments intervene in their agricultural sectors in order to provide benefits to producers and consumers; however, these interventions are not designed with public health in mind. Governments should consider population nutrition and chronic disease risk when devising and implementing agricultural and food policies. They should seek opportunities to adjust agricultural and trade policies to be consistent with national health and nutritional priorities and guidelines. Although the paper gives several examples, country-specific policy changes can be determined only through analysis of individual country policies and nutrition conditions.
Agricultural Policies Food Policies Country-specific Policy People's Choices Chronic Disease Risk National Nutritional Guidelines National Health Guidelines National Health Priorities Agricultural Sectors Food Supply
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Climate change Research Articles published between Jan 23, 2023 to Jan 29, 2023
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