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Programme national alimentation et activité physique 2008 – 2012 (PNAAP 2008 – 2012), Nationales Programm Ernährung und Bewegung 2008 – 2012 (NPEB 2008 – 2012), Programma nazionale alimentazione e attività fisica 2008–2012 (PNAAF 2008–2012) (National Programme on Nutrition and physical activity 2008 - 2012

Swiss Confederation; Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Switzerland 1 July 2008 Policy document health promotion, non communicable disease

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Le Programme national alimentation et activité physique (PNAAP) entend favoriser les choix promoteurs de santé, afin de mieux prévenir les maladies non transmissibles. Il permettra ainsi de lutter plus efficacement notamment contre le surpoids, l’obésité et les troubles du comportement alimentaire, en priorité chez les enfants et les adolescents.

Das Nationale Programm Ernährung und Bewegung (NPEB) möchte gesundheitsfördernde Entscheidungen erleichtern, um nicht übertragbaren Krankheiten besser vorzubeugen. Dadurch sollen unter anderem Übergewicht, Adipositas und Essstörungen insbesondere bei Kindern und Jugendlichen wirksamer bekämpft werden.

Il Programma nazionale alimentazione e attività fisica (PNAAF) intende promuovere scelte salutari per migliorare la prevenzione delle malattie non trasmissibili e combattere efficacemente il sovrappeso, l’obesità e i disturbi del comportamento alimentare della popolazione e in particolare dei bambini e degli adolescenti.

The National programme on nutrition and physical activity intend to facilitate choices promoting health in order to prevent non-communicable diseases. It aims to fight against overweight, obesity and eating disorders, especially in children and adolescents.


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