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Title: 'Food and Health is a huge agenda if your application to this post were to be successful, what would


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REGIONAL FOOD AND HEALTH Claire Glazzard
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Good Nutrition
  • Good nutrition helps protects against diabetes,
    coronary heart disease, stroke and some cancers
  • A balanced diet can promote good mental health
    and well-being
  • It can improve the quality of life of older
    people, and those on the margins of society 
  • Taken together with physical activity a healthy
    diet has the potential to enhance the length and
    quality of an individuals life

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National Food and Health Action Plan
  • Part of a commitment within the SSFF
  • Improve the health of the population of England
    through better nutrition
  • Support the production, manufacture and
    preparation of healthier foods
  • Improve access to the range of foods needed for a
    health diet
  • Develop the provision of information to consumers
    about healthy eating and nutrition
  • Promote the acquisition of skills necessary for
    good nutrition.

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Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives
1. Children healthy growth and healthy weight
2. Promoting Healthier Food Choices
3. Building physical activity into our lives
4. Creating incentives for better health
5. Personalised advice and support
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Challenges Facing the East Midlands
  • Levels of Health in the East Midlands are close
    to the national average and are improving -
  • But there are wide variations in Region
  • Poor Diet is a problem facing the region
  • Inequalities
  • Cost
  • Access
  • Rural

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National Food Initiatives
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Regional Activity
  • Food in schools
  • School fruit and vegetable scheme
  • 5 A DAY
  • Food for Life
  • Healthy Start
  • Food safety
  • East Midlands Food and Health Network
  • Regional Food and Health Action Plan

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Lincolnshire
Derbyshire and Derby City
Regional Food and Health Network
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland
Nottinghamshire and Nottingham City
Northamptonshire
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Benefits of membership
  • Membership of a development group and/or access
    to development days
  • Learning Sets with specific focus and time
    limited
  • Separate websites as part of Emphasis in Food
    Health with links to SFVS 5 A Day and sign
    posting to other useful sites
  • Access to a directory/database of food health
    projects within the East Midlands contact
    details the completed Regional Food Problem
    Analysis.
  • Accessible contact details of network members
  • Opportunity to participate in a wider reference
    group for the development of a Regional Food
    Health Action Plan

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EMPHasis Website
  • Newsletters
  • Good practice examples
  • Case studies
  • Events
  • National Updates
  • Funding sources
  • Podcasts
  • Blogs

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REGIONAL FOOD AND HEALTH ACTION PLAN
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2. Aims of East Midlands Food and Health Action
Plan
  • To improve the diet of pregnant women and
    pre-school children 0-4yrs
  • To improve the diet of children and young people
  • To improve the diet of older people
  • To promote healthy eating within the workplace
  • To ensure all NHS premises offer appropriate food
    choices to support healthy lifestyle
  • To improve the cooking skills of the population
  • To ensure that food in the home is safe to eat
  • To ensure that all residents within the East
    Midlands have easy access to affordable healthy
    food
  • To ensure the effective co-ordination and
    implementation of the EMFAHAP

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FUNDING
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  • TAKING THIS FORWARD

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Priorities
  • 1. Develop and support regional Food and Health
    Network
  • 2. Lead, drive and facilitate implementation of
    East Midlands Food and Health Action Plan (FAHAP)
  • 3. Initial focus on
  • Healthy Early Years
  • Workplace Health
  • Change4Life sub brands

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3. Early Years agenda
  • Healthy weight, healthy lives
  • Children healthy weight healthy growth
  • Healthy early years standard
  • Nutritional analysis for day provision
  • Basic healthy eating training
  • Food policy development

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3. Workplace agenda
  • National and Local Strategies
  • Improving Health and Work Changing Lives
  • Working Well East Midlands Pilot Sites
  • FAHAP impact assessment
  • Engage and consult partners
  • Pilot new set of guidance from FSA in range of
    organisations e.g. Prisons, NHS organisation
  • Catering companies local analysis

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Year One Interventions



High risk families 1.6 m Clusters 1, 2 3
Pregnant women 0.59m
Parents of 0-2s 1.4m
CLUSTER 1 13.3 of families
CLUSTER 2 18.2 of families
CLUSTER 3 15.6 of families
I kind of make it up as I go along, a lot of it
is from the way mum brought me up.
Touch wood, my children will not put on weight so
I let them have what they want.
Were not like organic types and mums that have
the time to cook all day.
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Me Size Meals
  • Portion sizes
  • Resources
  • Raise awareness
  • Change behaviour
  • Re-educate families

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  • Addressing barriers i.e. time
  • Breakfast clubs
  • Links to healthy schools, early years, workplace
    agendas
  • Toolkit available online
  • www.change4life.co.uk

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HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
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Get involved locally Can you think of an
initiative in your area?
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  • Claire Glazzard
  • East Midlands Food and Health Manager
  • Government Office for the East Midlands
  • The Belgrave Centre
  • Stanley Place
  • Talbot Street
  • Nottingham
  • NG1 5GG
  • Tel 0115 971 4760
  • Email c.glazzard_at_nhs.net
  • Website www.emphasisnetwork.org.uk
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