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Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning and Beijing Municipal Education Commission Jointly Organized Training of Health Diet Skills for Primary and Secondary School Students
From:Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning
Date:08/17/2018

 

In order to improve the health and diet guidance of primary and middle school students in our city and improve the physical condition of the students, from July 3rd to 6th, 2018, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning and the Beijing Municipal Education Commission jointly organized 4 training sessions of health diet skills for primary and secondary school students. Health teachers, moral education teachers, nutritionists, kitchen, food safety staff, canteen administrators in the primary and secondary schools in the city, nutrition and school health workers in the district CDCs, health workers in primary and secondary schools, and experts of balanced diet in Beijing, amounting to more than 1,100 people, participated in the training.

Various training contents according to different training targets were developed at this training, including the nutritional status of primary and secondary school students in our city, interpreting the new edition of “Guidelines for Healthy Diet for Primary and Secondary School Students in Beijing” and “Guide to Snacks for Children and Adolescents in China”. The focus and submission requirements of the “Campus nutritive food" theme activities of 2018 were re-emphasized. It was emphasized at the training that primary and secondary school students are in a critical period of growth and development. Good nutritional status is the basis of intelligence, physical quality and even psychological development. Student nutrition improvement is one of the six major actions of National Nutrition Program (2017-2030). We hope that more training will be carried out in the future to contribute to a healthy dietary environment, improve the level of meal serving, guide the formation of healthy dietary behaviors among primary and secondary school students, and improve the nutritional health of primary and secondary school students in the city.