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Government Diagram for General Wellbeing Sustenance Some Real Nourishment Players: USDA Nourishment and Sustenance Administration Community for Nourishment Strategy and Advancement Sustenance Security and Examination Administration (FSIS) Bureau of Wellbeing and Human Administrations CDC HRSA FDA NCI
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Government Overview for Public Health Nutrition

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Some Major Nutrition Players: USDA Food and Nutrition Service Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) Department of Health and Human Services CDC HRSA FDA NCI Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion EPA – organization reacts straightforwardly to president

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USDA Mission : Enhance the personal satisfaction for the American individuals by supporting generation of agribusiness: guaranteeing a protected, moderate, nutritious, and available sustenance supply looking after rural, woodland, and extent grounds supporting sound improvement of country groups giving monetary chances to cultivate and rustic inhabitants extending worldwide markets for farming and timberland items and administrations and attempting to lessen hunger in America and all through the world. USDA Vision : A sound and gainful Nation in agreement with the area.

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Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) attempts to build sustenance security and lessen hunger by giving youngsters and low-salary individuals with access to nourishment, a solid eating regimen, and sustenance instruction in a way that backings U.S. horticulture and rouses open trust in the Nation\'s local nourishment help programs. FNS sustenance help projects speak to about 50% of USDA\'s financial plan.

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FNS Programs Food Stamp Program Child Nutrition Programs Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). Products to low-salary Americans. Checking of the dietary patterns of project members

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Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) creates and advances science-based dietary direction and monetary data for customers and experts in wellbeing, training, industry, and media

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Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) Partner with HHS for Dietary Guidelines Healthy Eating Index Nutrient Content of the Food Supply Food Guide Pyramid Thrifty Food Plan

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Thrifty Food Plan Last reconsidered 1999 Establishes menus and business sector crate costs for an insignificant expense stimulating eating regimen All menus meet Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the Recommended Dietary Allowances, and the serving proposals of the Food Guide Pyramid. Utilized as the premise for sustenance stamp distribution choices, and to focus the government destitution level

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Federal Poverty Guidelines Poverty limits were initially determined in 1963-1964,using: U.S. Bureau of Agriculture nourishment spending plans intended for families under monetary anxiety Data about what segment of their salary families spent on sustenance The present edges were initially created as the expense of a base eating regimen times three If add up to family pay is not exactly the limit suitable for that family, the family is in destitution

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2004 HHS Poverty Guidelines SOURCE :  Federal Register , Vol. 69, No. 30, February 13, 2004, pp. 7336-7338.

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Food Research Action Committee (FRAC) on the Thrifty Food Plan “USDA exploration demonstrates that just 12 percent of low salary family units who spend at the Thrifty Food Plan level get their suggested dietary remittances for 11 key nutrients.”

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FRAC on the Thrifty Food Plan, cont. The Thrifty Food Plan contains various presumptions which may not be precise for some nourishment stamp beneficiaries. For instance, acquiring nourishments for a nutritious eating regimen requires satisfactory sustenance arrangement offices, broad time for nourishment readiness, an inside and out information about sustenance and economical transportation to distribution center sort markets or grocery stores.

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Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service (CSRES)

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CSREES: Families, 4-H, and Nutrition Youth improvement Expanded nourishment and sustenance program (EFNEP) Children, youth and families at danger CSREES accomplices with state area gift establishments and neighborhood districts

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Department of Health and Human Services

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National Cancer Institute: 5 A Day for Better Health The national Program gives Americans a straightforward, positive message - eat 5 or more servings of foods grown from the ground consistently for better wellbeing. The system is together supported by the National Cancer Institute in the U.S. Bureau of Health and Human Services and the Produce for Better Health Foundation, a philanthropic customer training establishment speaking to the foods grown from the ground business. The National Cancer Institute reserves conduct change and correspondences examination to focus procedures that are successful to build products of the soil utilization.

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NIH Many establishments incorporate sustenance related exploration portfolios: National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) National Institute on Aging (NIA) National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) John E. Fogarty International Center (FIC) National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM)

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HRSA Diverse Agency Direct Services Supporting human services base Community and Migrant Health Services Health Centers Expanding Maternal and Child Health Block Grants to States Discretionary Grants

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CORE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES DELIVERED BY MCH AGENCIES Maternal Child Health Bureau DIRECT HEALTH CARE SERVICES (GAP FILLING) Examples: Basic Health Services and Health Services for CSHCN MCH CHC EPSDT SCHIP ENABLING SERVICES Examples: Transportation, Translation, Outreach, Respite Care, Health Education, Family Support Services, Purchase of Health Insurance, Case Management, Coordination with Medicaid, WIC and Education POPULATION- - BASED SERVICES Examples: Newborn Screening, Lead Screening, Immunization, Sudden Infant Death Counseling, Oral Health, Injury Prevention, Nutrition and Outreach/Public Education INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING SERVICES Examples: Needs Assessment, Evaluation, Planning, Policy Development, Coordination, Quality Assurance, Standards Development, Monitoring, Training, Applied Research, Systems of Care and Information Systems

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Centers for Disease Control: Mission To advance preventing so as to well and personal satisfaction and controlling illness, harm, and incapacity

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Centers for Disease Control: 11 Centers, Institutes, and Offices Epidemiology Program Office National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion National Center for Environmental Health Office of Genetics and Disease Prevention National Center for Health Statistics National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention National Center for Infectious Diseases National Center for Injury Prevention and Control National Immunization Program National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Public Health Practice Program Office

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National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Vision: Enabling all individuals in an undeniably assorted society to lead long solid, fulfilling lives.

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National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Mission: To keep passing and handicap from perpetual maladies To advance maternal, baby, and juvenile wellbeing. To advance sound individual practices. To fulfill these objectives in organization with wellbeing and training offices, real intentional affiliations, the private area, and other government offices.

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Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity: Purpose gives science-based exercises to kids and grown-ups that address the part of sustenance and physical movement in wellbeing advancement and the aversion and control of ceaseless infections

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Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity: Scope Epidemiology Applied exploration Public wellbeing arrangement Surveillance Community mediations, Evaluation Communications

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Sample of CDC Nutrition and Physical Activity Projects Surgeon General’s report on Physical Activity in 1996. Subsidizing of 24 Prevention Research Centers Funding 16 states to give facilitated school based projects to nourishment and physical action Creation of Healthy Schools Indices Expansion of National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program to incorporate dietary and physical movement intercessions Promotion of Active Community Environments

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Future Activities for DNPA “CDC thinks of it as a need that individuals be managed chances to seek after and keep up great wellbeing through such roads as sheltered strolling and cycling trails; low-fat, high-foods grown from the ground menu choices in eateries, schools, and worksite cafeterias; and physical action programs in schools, worksites, and group gathering places.”

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Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Works to reinforce the ailment counteractive action and wellbeing advancement needs of the Department inside of the shared structure of the HHS organizations. Teamed up with USDA on Dietary Guidelines

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Working Together….

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Dietary Guidelines 2000: An Aim for Fitness Aim for a solid weight. Be physically dynamic every day.

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Dietary Guidelines 2000: B Build a Healthy Base…. Let the Pyramid manage your sustenance decisions. Pick a mixture of grains day by day, particularly entire grains. Picked a mixed bag of foods grown from the ground every day. Keep sustenance safe to eat.

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Dietary Guidelines 2000: C Choose Sensibly…. Pick an eating regimen that is low in immersed fat and cholesterol and moderate altogether fat. Pick refreshments and sustenances to direct your admission of sugars. Pick and plan nourishments with less salt. On the off chance that you drink mixed refreshments, do as such with some restraint.

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Revision of Dietary Guideli

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