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IN FORM Deutschlands Initiative für gesunde Ernährung und mehr Bewegung Nationaler Aktionsplan zur Prävention von Fehlernährung, Bewegungsmangel, Übergewicht und damit zusammenhängenden Krankheiten (IN FORM Germany’s initiative for healthy nutrition and increased physical activity, National action plan to prevent malnutrition, lack of physical activity, overweight and related diseases)

Government of Germany; Federal Ministry of Health and Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Germany 1 June 2008 Policy document health promotion, non communicable disease

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Ziel des nationalen Aktionsplans ist es das Ernährungs- und Bewegungsverhalten in Deutschland nachhaltig zu verbessern. Dadurch soll erreicht werden, dass Erwachsene gesünder leben, Kinder gesünder aufwachsen und von einer höheren Lebensqualität sowie einer gesteigerten Leistungsfähigkeit in Bildung, Beruf und Privatleben profitieren. Auβerdem sollen jene Krankheiten, die durch einen ungesunden Lebensstil mit einseitiger Ernährung und Bewegungsmangel mit verursacht werden deutlich zurückgehen.

The national action plan is intended to improve healthy nutrition and physical activity in Germany in order to ensure that adults live healthier, children grow up healthier and therefore benefit from a higher quality of life and increased performance in education, work and private life. Further, this plan seeks to reduce diseases related to an unhealthy lifestyle, an unbalanced nutrition and a lack of physical activity.


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