Nutrition in Kazahstan CLN 1600: Nutrition Tutor: Elda Eicher By Sabit shangerey
Content Introduction to Kazakhstan Determination of problems National cuisine / Cuisine of Kazakhstan Reasons of diseases Methods of treatment
Kazakhstan The climate is continental, with warm summers and cold winters (can be +40 and -40). The terrain of Kazakhstan includes flatlands, steppe, taiga, rock canyons, hills, deltas, snow-caped mountains and deserts. Kazakhstan has borders with Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and also adjoins a large part of the Caspian Sea. Population: 17 078 241 people
Territory of Kazakhstan
Reasons of overweight A global shift in diet towards over-consumption of energy-dense foods high in fat , sugar and salt and low in vitamins , minerals and other micronutrients Decreased physical activity due to widespread of sedentary forms of work and rest , changing ways of transportation, and increasing urbanization. According to experts of the National Center Healthy Eating (NAC 2016), the young generations consume food and beverages that are harmful for a health. Every 3rd pupil spends pocket money on fast food, more than 1 time a week drinking sugary sodas and 1 of 10 drinks energy drinks. About 60% of students consumed fast food, with every seventh student eating fast food and drinking sodas or energy drinks on a daily basis.
National response to diabetes
What causes cardiovascular disease? Some people are born with conditions that predispose them to heart disease and stroke Poor diet Lack of physical activity Smoking
Does diet play a part in the development of heart disease? - high in animal fat (cholesterol) - low in fresh vegetables and fruit - Alcohol
Suggestion of treatment Treat the reason of the illness not symptoms Provide people with knowledge of healthy life stile
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