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Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
“Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of
communities”1st draft.
Yu Shi
Community Nutrition KHP-3316-XTIA
MS. Galloway
April 27, 2019
1
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
2
Abstract statement
Troy is a small town in Alabama with a population of 19,010, of which 22.6% are
minors, 66.3% are adults, and 11.1% are elderly. 13.4% of citizens in Troy have
diabetes, and the obesity rate is 36.8%. Therefore, reducing obesity and diabetes
prevalence is one of the important indicators to test effective nutrient intake.
Change local eating movement improving nutritional intake.
A.
Analysis current situation of local eating movement.
There are no vegetarian restaurants in Troy and high-calorie restaurants (such as fried
chicken restaurants and fast food restaurants) have a higher proportion of local
restaurants, which should be one of reason why Troy has a higher prevalence of
diabetes (9.4%) than the US average.
B.
Find methods of improving nutritional intake.
Socioecological Model can be used to change the nutrition intake habits of the
community. It is a good way to motivate people to pursue healthy life through
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
3
advertising, such as setting up a billboard in some striking places about healthy living
or promoting through the media. A prerequisite for changing the people’s eating habits
is to raise public awareness of healthy nutritional intake. There are different ways of
age and gender. For pregnant women, Health Belief Model is used. Implementing the
Smarter Pregnancy mobile health (mHealth) coaching program can effectively
improve periconceptional nutrition and lifestyle in women(Gootjes, DV., 2019). For
the elderly, Precede-Proceed is used. Medical staff can be appointed to conduct health
checks on the elderly, teach the elderly about healthy eating, and make nutrition plans
for the elderly. For example, a nutrition plan is prepared for an elderly person
suffering
from
xerostomia
(Nihtilä,
A.,2019).
For
students,
Knowledge-Attitude-Behavior Model is used. Ask the dietitian if they can go to the
school to give students a lecture on eating habits, arouse students’ health awareness,
and gain some structural knowledge of nutrition, so that students can realize that
unhealthy food has a bad health. influences. From the school side, the school is
required to provide a diet that is conducive to the health of students.(Srbely, V.,2019)
C.
Predict the result after use methods.
These methods are long-term and do not see the effect in a short time. As I said in the
I, the prevalence of obesity and the prevalence of high blood sugar is one of the
indicators to test whether these methods are effective. Establishing the health
awareness of local residents is fundamental to changing the eating movement in order
to increase the efficiency of nutrient intake. The proportion of local restaurants also
reflects the dietary habits of the residents and the results of these measures.
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
4
Conclusion Statement
The effectiveness of improving nutrient intake is to change the daily intake structure
of citizens in the community. From a macro perspective, it is to change the number of
different types of restaurants in the local area and the proportion of foods in
supermarkets.
References:
Gootjes, DV., van, D, MR., Koster, MP., Willemsen, SP., Steegers, EA.,
Steegers-Theunissen, RP. (2019)
Neighborhood Deprivation and the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Coaching to
Improve Periconceptional Nutrition and Lifestyle in Women: Survey in a Large Urban
Municipality in the Netherlands.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30973345
Nihtilä, A., Tuuliainen, E., Komulainen, K., Nykänen, I., Hartikainen, S., Tiihonen,
M., Suominen, AL. (2019)
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
5
The combined effect of individually tailored xerostomia and nutritional interventions
on dry mouth among nutritionally compromised old home care clients.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30945350
Srbely, V., Janjua, I., Buchholz, AC., Newton, G. (2019)
Interventions Aimed at Increasing Dairy and/or Calcium Consumption of
Preschool-Aged Children: A Systematic Literature Review.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30934755
Zhao, D., Huang, L., Su, D., Wang, W., Fang, Y., Gu, W., Huang, E., Zhang, R. (2018)
Analysis on the dietary survey results of 60 years old and over population in different
economic area of Zhejiang Province in 2010-2012.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29903221
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
“Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of
communities”1st draft.
Yu Shi
Community Nutrition KHP-3316-XTIA
MS. Galloway
April 27, 2019
1
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
Topic:
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of
communities.
PICO:
P-Effectiveness of nutritional intake; I-Local eating movement program; C- No local
eating movement program; O- Improving nutritional intake.
Search Terms:
Nutritional intake, eating movement, diet and communities.
Search Strategy:
Electronic databases including Cochran, MEDLINE, and Pub Med were searched
last five year. Nutritional intake, eating movement, diet and communities is the key
term in the search. The search focused on specific populations of the same conditions
in the same region, analyzing their daily diet and providing some interventions. They
have no established requirements, but have uniform standards. Four studies met the
search criteria.
2
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
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Results:
Principle
Purpose
Investigator
Demographics Intervention Outcome
Variables
Conclusions
Title
Year
Class*
Gootjes, DV to study the N=2554 women The program daily
associations who who used adequate
vegetable
Neighborhoo
between
the Smarter
intakes
intake,NSS(i
d
neighborhoo Pregnancy
behaviors were e,
Deprivation
d deprivation program from defined as
nondeprived
and the
and
2011 to 2016 an intake of
neighborhoo
Effectiveness
improvemen
200 grams of d) ,
of Mobile
t of
vegetables, 2
Health
inadequate
pieces of fruit,
Coaching to
nutrition and
daily folic acid
Improve
lifestyle
supplement use
Periconcepti
behaviors of
of 400 µg per
onal
women who
day, and no
Nutrition
were either
smoking or
and Lifestyle
contemplatin
alcohol
in Women
g pregnancy
consumption.
2019
or already
pregnant
C
Nihtilä, A
To examine Intervention
In-home
the
group of 119
interviews
The
effectiveness patients and
were carried
combined
of tailored control group of out by home
effect of
xerostomia 97 patients who care nurses,
individually
and
were
nutritionists,
tailored
nutritional malnourished or dental
xerostomia
6-month
at risk of
hygienists and
and
interventions malnutrition
pharmacists
nutritional
on
and tailored
interventions
xerostomia
interventions
on dry mouth
among home
by nutritionist
among
care clients
and dental
nutritionally
aged 75
hygienists
compromised
The Smarter
Pregnancy
mHealth
coaching
program
empowers
women to
improve
inadequate
nutrition and
lifestyle
behaviors.
Among
Home care
participants clients
who received suffering from
both
xerostomia
interventions, profited
xerostomia significantly
decreased by from tailored
30% and
xerostomia
malnutrition and dietary
or risk of
interventions
malnutrition
decreased by
61%
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
4
old home
years
care clients
2019
C
Srbely, V
To narrate No certain
dairy
number of aged
Dairy
product
5-12 children
product
consumption
consumption
is important
is important
during
during
childhood,
childhood, as
as dairy
dairy
products
products
provide
provide
nutrients to
nutrients to
support
support
growth and
growth and
development
development.
Interventions
targeting an
increase in
dairy food or
Ca intake
Daily
Interventions
calcium
that target an
intake for
increase in
children aged children’s
5-12
dairy food or
Ca intake
could
potentially
increase
children’s
dairy food
intake by
about one
serving daily
2019
R
Zhao, D
N = 793
There is no
elderly( age≥60 intervention in
Analysis on To analyze
years)
the survey
the dietary the dietary
survey
energy and
results of 60 pattern of
years old
the elderly in
and over
different
population in economic
different
area of
economic
Zhejiang
area of
Province
Zhejiang
Province in
2010-2012
2018
M
The intake of The major
beans and
problems
nuts, fish and areirregular
shrimps,
diet,
eggs, cereals imbalanced
and
diet, and
vegetables unreasonable
food sources
of protein in
Zhejiang
province.
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
5
I. Abstract statement
Troy is a small town in Alabama with a population of 19,010, of which 22.6% are
minors, 66.3% are adults, and 11.1% are elderly. 13.4% of citizens in Troy have
diabetes, and the obesity rate is 36.8%. Therefore, reducing obesity and diabetes
prevalence is one of the important indicators to test effective nutrient intake.
II. Change local eating movement improving nutritional intake.
A.
Analysis current situation of local eating movement.
There are no vegetarian restaurants in Troy and high-calorie restaurants (such as fried
chicken restaurants and fast food restaurants) have a higher proportion of local
restaurants, which should be one of reason why Troy has a higher prevalence of
diabetes (9.4%) than the US average.
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
B.
6
Find methods of improving nutritional intake.
Socioecological Model can be used to change the nutrition intake habits of the
community. It is a good way to motivate people to pursue healthy life through
advertising, such as setting up a billboard in some striking places about healthy living
or promoting through the media. A prerequisite for changing the people’s eating habits
is to raise public awareness of healthy nutritional intake. There are different ways of
age and gender. For pregnant women, Health Belief Model is used. Implementing the
Smarter Pregnancy mobile health (mHealth) coaching program can effectively
improve periconceptional nutrition and lifestyle in women(Gootjes, DV., 2019). For
the elderly, Precede-Proceed is used. Medical staff can be appointed to conduct health
checks on the elderly, teach the elderly about healthy eating, and make nutrition plans
for the elderly. For example, a nutrition plan is prepared for an elderly person
suffering
from
xerostomia
(Nihtilä,
A.,2019).
For
students,
Knowledge-Attitude-Behavior Model is used. Ask the dietitian if they can go to the
school to give students a lecture on eating habits, arouse students’ health awareness,
and gain some structural knowledge of nutrition, so that students can realize that
unhealthy food has a bad health. influences. From the school side, the school is
required to provide a diet that is conducive to the health of students.(Srbely, V.,2019)
C.
Predict the result after use methods.
These methods are long-term and do not see the effect in a short time. As I said in the
I, the prevalence of obesity and the prevalence of high blood sugar is one of the
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
7
indicators to test whether these methods are effective. Establishing the health
awareness of local residents is fundamental to changing the eating movement in order
to increase the efficiency of nutrient intake. The proportion of local restaurants also
reflects the dietary habits of the residents and the results of these measures.
III. Conclusion Statement
The effectiveness of improving nutrient intake is to change the daily intake structure
of citizens in the community. From a macro perspective, it is to change the number of
different types of restaurants in the local area and the proportion of foods in
supermarkets.
References:
Gootjes, DV., van, D, MR., Koster, MP., Willemsen, SP., Steegers, EA.,
Steegers-Theunissen, RP. (2019)
Neighborhood Deprivation and the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Coaching to
Improve Periconceptional Nutrition and Lifestyle in Women: Survey in a Large Urban
Municipality in the Netherlands.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30973345
Effectiveness of local eating movement in improving nutritional intake of communities
8
Nihtilä, A., Tuuliainen, E., Komulainen, K., Nykänen, I., Hartikainen, S., Tiihonen,
M., Suominen, AL. (2019)
The combined effect of individually tailored xerostomia and nutritional interventions
on dry mouth among nutritionally compromised old home care clients.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30945350
Srbely, V., Janjua, I., Buchholz, AC., Newton, G. (2019)
Interventions Aimed at Increasing Dairy and/or Calcium Consumption of
Preschool-Aged Children: A Systematic Literature Review.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30934755
Zhao, D., Huang, L., Su, D., Wang, W., Fang, Y., Gu, W., Huang, E., Zhang, R. (2018)
Analysis on the dietary survey results of 60 years old and over population in different
economic area of Zhejiang Province in 2010-2012.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29903221

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