The strategy which been employed to influence the policy makers is toinfluence by bringing about change to policies actions, attitudes andbehaviours, the Ottawa charter (WHO 1986) building a health public policymakers in all sectors and at all levels in the community which needs to beaware of the health consequences of their decisions and to accept their responsibilitiesfor health.
According, to the World Health Organisation, (2017) The healthpromotion process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improvetheir health. Furthermore, toreach a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, an individualor group must be able to identify and to realize aspirations, to satisfy needs,and to change or cope with the environment. Health is, therefore, seen as aresource for everyday life, not the objective of living. Health is a positive conceptemphasizing social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities.Therefore, health promotion is not just the responsibility of the healthsector, but goes beyond healthy life-styles to well-being.
Moreover, Lindsay (2006) also explains that therole of the parents in the development of the child overweight and obesity inobesity prevent shows that parents shape their child dietary practices physicalactivities inactive behaviours. In addition, parent’sknowledge of nutrition their influence over food variety, meal structure, andhome eating patterns; their demonstrating of beneficial eating practices, physicalactivity is a key section of energy balance, and keeping small children activeis an important part of avoiding child overweight. Moreover, Research has foundthat physical activity is related with lesser risks of enhanced eight gain and additionalamong preschool aged children. Eight children of the age of three tofive-year-old study found that children who are most active had pointedly. MoreoverLindsay(2006) stated that by providingopportunities for physical activity, discourage inactive behaviours such as TVviewing, the intervention provided links to school food services and familiesand provided training and wellness programs for teachers and other staffmembers.
A methodical evaluation of research on family contribution in weightcontrol lately found that moderately few intervention studies happen, but thosefew recommend that parental contribution helps children lose weight. Lindsay(2006) debated that the educationsalso presented that consequences, in relations of weight loss and behaviouralchanges, are better when children are preserved together with their parents. Connectingat least one parent in a weight loss procedure progressed generally short andlong-term weight recommendation, as does overall provision from family andfriends. Also for families with several members engaging overweight, family actioncan considerably decrease the children costs of obesity treatment, and childrenand their parents can achieve similar sizes of overweight change. According, to Munro (2005) it demonstrates that thefocus on childhood obesity was to tackle the issues such as educating theparents about the health choices, health professionals who attended such aspediatrician, GP, a nutritionist, school health program expert and the occupiedgroups parents as the main audience for this plan that got involved in eat well,play well, stay well campaigns.
Nevertheless, the parents play an importantrole, they modeled for the activities which involved in eating and doingphysical activities, the activities played a role in influential whether achild develops overweight or obese. Therefore, educating parents about healthylifestyle choices preventing childhood obesity developed the consideration ofthis campaign, the campaign include things like encouraging parents to havemeals together with their children, eat healthy meals and snacks, make fun andinteresting images of food to encourage children to eat, increasing activeactivities and making them fun for example race with your child run around, getthe children to go out to parks to play around on the slides, swings and playtheir favorite sport also get them involved in after school clubs. Wise (2017)explains that the government should tackle obesity regulate to reduce theimpact of deep discount and price promotions of the unhealth food and drink,the plan the government has had several keys parts are missing for the actionwhich was dissatisfied. Also, the government should have set strong goals forreducing overall levels of childhood obesity by ignoring the prices promotionsof unhealthy food and drink. Furthermore, there has been extra charges onsugary drinks productions, the government should have employed procedures toensure that the productions pass on the difference cost between high and low orno sugar drinks because of, the taxing to push families to by healthierchoices. Additionally, Government to banning on advertising food and drinkproducts with high fat, salt and sugar in children’s media but said that thechanges did not go far enough.
For example, junk food advertising is stillallowed at cinemas, online, in print, and at events where less than a quarterof the audience are judged to be under 16. In addition, children are frequentlyshowing to junk food advertising during early evening family television becausethe programmers are not counted as children’s television.Milbank(2009) explains the findings of the studied that statistically t families areimportant and found that the food and restaurants Tax’s and weights outcome ofthe outcome economics status for children are overweight or obesity. Additionally,food pricing policies have established consideration because the price of achoice has showed to be considerably cheaper, whereas healthy food such asvegetables and fruits are expensive and the prices are rising by time and insome areas, there are no supermarkets that sell fruits or vegetable that couldbe a barrier for the low social economic states families or have access tohealthy food and the cost for travel. Therefore, in those deprived areas fastfood is available in all most many areas and cheaper, families living on lowincome are more likely to have fast food daily.intervention children can be applied by aiming at school organisations,schools and other care services settings for influencing the diet and activeactivities.