the paper should be the response to the page above-called challenges.
It really needs to address each point the person who wrote the challenges.
These are the points from the power points
Culture / Tradition
- There are cultural and traditional foods, perhaps with an abundance of spices and fats and dairy products, that do not follow the new food guide. However, it is entirely unrealistic and disrespectful for individuals and families to abandon those foods, and consequently part of their culture.
- although Canada’s Food Guide is available in both Spanish and Tamil, amongst ten other languages including English and French, it has not been adapted to include foods more commonly eaten by these ethnocultural groups.
- Canada’s new food guide places a particular emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables, but the price of fruits and vegetables, especially organic ones and during winter, are on the rise, and families may not be able to afford them.
- The new food guide encourages parents to prepare and cook meals with their children. However, many families have parents who work nonstandard schedules or work multiple jobs. Many families consist of a single parent household whose working schedules may not always have time to prepare and cook meals with their children as suggested by the food guide.
- SEASONAL FOOD SAFETY
- EATING HABITS BUILD WITH THE OLD FOOD GUIDE
- DISADVANTAGES FOR FOOD INDUSTRIES
There are some challenges, however, in the daily implementations of the food guide. For example, culture. There are cultural and traditional foods, perhaps with an abundance of spices and fats and dairy products, that do not follow the new food guide. However, it is entirely unrealistic and disrespectful for individuals and families to abandon those foods, and resultant part of their culture. Similarly, a lot of newcomer families are unaware of the food guide. Coming into a new country, they may be preoccupied with securing housing, employment, childcare etc. before even considering looking up the country’s food guide. Anderson, Mah & Sellen conducted a study in 2015 to assess the awareness of Canada’s Food Guide among newcomer families, their sample population being Latin-American families and Tamil families. Anderson et al. (2015) report that although Canada’s Food Guide is available in both Spanish and Tamil, amongst ten other languages including English and French, it has not been adapted to include foods more commonly eaten by these ethnocultural groups. The study also found that those who were aware of the food guide had been able to do so due to attending nutrition programs provided by community programs, and that a large portion of the families were not aware because they did not know how to access these programs (2015). Himmelgreen, Daza, Cooper & Martinez (2007) also report that individual knowledge of nutrition and health is constructed through social interaction, and as such has the potential to change upon arriving in a new country. These changes are associated with a trend toward a Western-style diet characterized by higher energy density and lower nutrition density (Himmelgreen et al., 2007). Another challenge the implementation of the food guide faces is the growing economy. Miller & Branscum (2011) reports that increasing food prices are a contributor of economic strain on many families, and as such they desire less expensive foods to maintain energy intakes at a lower cost. Canada’s new food guide places a particular emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables, but looking at it from an economic perspective, many families may be unable to afford them. The price of fruits and vegetables, especially organic ones and during winter, are on the rise, and following the new food religiously may place families with diminished incomes at an economic disadvantage. Additionally, many families have parents who work nonstandard schedules or work multiple jobs. Many families have single parents who do not always have the time to prepare and cook meals with their children as suggested by the new food guide (Prickett, 2016). These families may have working schedules through the weekends and their daily practices in food behaviour may pose a challenge in the successful implementation of the food guide.
THESE ARE MY POWER POINTS SOLUTION SLIDES
- What evidence tell us about the new food guide? (Educate the community)
- Food skills and Food literacy (Being aware of food marketing is a food skill)
- Food Labels
- Cultural Food Practice
- Canada’s Dietary Guidelines (set out Health Canada’s guidelines and considerations on healthy eating)
- Pan-Canadian Healthy Living Strategy (Prevention disease, disability and injury, and the promotion of health)
- Food Marketing can affect your food choices. (loyalty points,tickets to movies or sports events coupons for future food purchasesImpact of food on the environment (Canada’s Food Guide, 2019)
- add solution for diferent family dinamics
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