Implementation of health promotion strategies to practice in reducing sugar-sweetened beverage consumption to reduce the risk of overweight and obesity

Authors

  • Wilasinee Hongsanun Sukhothai Provincial Public Health Office
  • Nithra Kitreerawutiwong Faculty of Public Health, Naresuan University

Keywords:

Health promotion strategy, Sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption, Overweight and obesity

Abstract

Sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption is a common modifiable risk factor that was in the dimension of an unhealthy diet. World Health Organization and Thailand have considered in SSB as seen in a rapidly increasing of overweight and obesity that related to chronic disease in the future. Thailand implemented health promotion to reduce SSB consumption that was conducted parallel in policy, environment, community, individual, and health services following health promotion strategy.This article presents the situation of SSB consumption, the health impact of SSB, the association of SSB and chronic disease, health promotion, implementing of health promotion in reducing SSB consumption, and synthesis the next step of health promotion in practicing health promotion to reduce SSB consumption to design an appropriate intervention in the community. The contribution will be lead to decrease overweight and obesity.

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Published

2019-12-23

How to Cite

Hongsanun, W., & Kitreerawutiwong, N. (2019). Implementation of health promotion strategies to practice in reducing sugar-sweetened beverage consumption to reduce the risk of overweight and obesity. Journal of Public Health Naresuan University, 1(2), 1–15. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JPHNU/article/view/221080