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DESCRIPTIONDietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population - Ministry of Health of Brazil (2014)
Virtual Health Library of the Ministry of Healthwww.saude.gov.br/bvs
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ISBN 978-85-334-2176-9 MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF BRAZIL
DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR THE BRAZILIAN
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1. DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR THE BRAZILIAN POPULATION
DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR THE BRAZILIAN
MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF BRAZILSecretariat of Health Care
Primary Health Care Department
Formulation, distribution and information:MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF BRAZILSecretariat of Health CarePrimary Health Care DepartmentEdifcio Premium, SAF Sul, Quadra 2,lotes 5/6, bloco II, subsoloCEP: 70070-600 Braslia/DFFone: (61) 3315-9031E-mail: email@example.comSite: dab.saude.gov.br
General editor:Eduardo Alves Melo
Technical Coordination:Patrcia Constante JaimeGeneral Coordination of Food and Nutrition Ministry of Health
Technical Formulation:Carlos Augusto MonteiroCenter for Epidemiological Research in Nutrition and Health, University of So Paulo
Technical Collaboration:General Coordination of Food and Nutrition Ministry of Health
Ana Carolina Feldenheimer da SilvaAna Luisa Souza de PaivaBruna Pitasi ArguelhesFernanda RauberGisele Ane BortoliniKelly Poliany de Souza AlvesKimielle Cristina SilvaLorena Toledo de Arajo MeloMara Lucia dos Santos CostaRenata Guimares Mendona de Santana
Center for Epidemiological Research in Nutrition and Health, University of So Paulo (NUPENS/USP)
Ana Paula B. MartinsCarla Adriano MartinsCarlos Augusto Monteiro (Coordinatorenador)Daniela Silva CanellaDenise C. CoitinhoEnrique JacobyFrancine LimaGeoffrey CannonJean-Claude MoubaracJosefa Maria F. GarzilloLarissa Galastri BaraldiMaluh BarciotteMaria Laura da Costa LouzadaRafael Moreira ClaroRegina RodriguesRenata Bertazzi LevySemramis Martins lvares Domene
Pan-American Health Organization
Ana Carolina Feldenheimer da SilvaJanine Giuberti Coutinho
Editorial Coordination:Laeticia Jensen EbleMarco Aurlio Santana
Graphic Design and artwork:Svio Marques
Fotograas:Department of Primary Care Collection University of So Paulo Collection
Normalization:Daniela Ferreira Barros da Silva Editora MS/CGDI
2014 Ministry of Health of BrazilThis work is provided under the terms of this Creative Commons Public License Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License. It allowed the partial or total reproduction of this work provided that the source is mentioned
The Ministry of Healths institutional collection may be accessed, in its totality, at the Virtual library of the Ministry of Health: . CONTENTS
Preface Preamble Introduction Chapter 1 Principles Chapter 2 Choosing foods Chapter 3 From foods to meals Chapter 4 Modes of eating Chapter 5 Understanding and overcoming obstacles Ten steps to healthy diets
How to know more Annex A Process of preparation of the new edition of the Food Guide
Print run: 1st edition 2014 5.000 exemplares
Cataloguing Data___________________________________________________________________________________________Brazil. Ministry of Health of Brazil. Secretariat of Health Care. Primary Health Care Department. Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian population / Ministry of Health of Brazil, Secretariat of Health Care, Primary Health Care Department ; translated by Carlos Augusto Monteiro Braslia : Ministry of Health of Brazil, 2014.
156 p. : il.
1. Policy on Food and Nutrition. 2. Diet. 3. Dietary Guidelines.
CDU 612.3________________________________________________________________________________________Source Catalogin - General Coordination for Documents and Information - MS Publishing House - OS 2014/0536
Index titles:Portuguese: Guia Alimentar para Populao BrasileiraSpanish: Gua alimentaria para la poblacin brasilea
Printed in Brazil
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During the last decades, Brazil has undergone several political, economic, social and cultural transformations that in turn resulted in changes in the lifestyle of the population. The expansion of social policies in health, education, labour and employment and social assistance contributed to reducing social inequalities and allowed the country to grow in an inclusive manner. Rapid demographic, epidemiological and nutritional transition was also observed, and as a consequence other indicators were DOVRLQXHQFHGVXFKDVDKLJKHUOLIHH[SHFWDQF\DQGDUHGXFHGnumber of offspring per woman, as well as important changes in health and food consumption patterns of the population.
The main diseases that currently affect the Brazilians are no longer acute but chronic. Despite the expressive decrease in PDOQXWULWLRQLQFKLOGUHQPLFURQXWULHQWGHFLHQFLHVDQGFKURQLFmalnutrition are still prevalent in vulnerable population groups, such as Indians, Maroons, and children and women living in vulnerable areas. At the same time, Brazil is experiencing a VLJQL FDQWLQFUHDVHRIRYHUZHLJKWDQGREHVLW\LQDOODJHJURXSVand chronic diseases are the leading cause of death among adults. Now, one in two adults and one in three Brazilian children are overweight.
To tackle this scenario, there is an increasing need to expand intersectoral actions that resonate positively on the various determinants of health and nutrition. In this context, the health sector plays an important role in promoting adequate and healthy eating, which is already an expressed commitment in the National Food and Nutrition Policy and the National Health Promotion Policy. Promoting healthy eating in the Sistema nico de Sade (SUS) the Brazilian national health system must be
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based on the dimensions of encouragement, support and protection of health, and must combine initiatives focused on healthy public policies, on creating healthy environments, on developing personal skills and on reorienting health services from the perspective of health promotion.
The Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population, published in 2006, SUHVHQWHGWKHUVWRIFLDOGLHWDU\JXLGHOLQHVIRURXUSRSXODWLRQ*LYHQWKHsocial changes experienced by Brazilian society, which impacted peoples health and nutrition conditions, the presentation of new recommendations became necessary. The second edition of the Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population was submitted to a public consultation process that allowed its broad debate by various sectors of society and guided the FRQVWUXFWLRQRIWKH QDOYHUVLRQZKLFKLVSUHVHQWHGKHUH
Assuming the rights to health and healthy food as general assumptions, WKH *XLGH LV DQ RIFLDO GRFXPHQW WKDW DGGUHVVHV WKH SULQFLSOHV DQGrecommendations of a healthy diet for the Brazilian population, representing a tool to support food and nutrition educational activities in SUS and also in other sectors. Considering the multiple determinants of feeding practices and the complexity and challenges that are involved in the shaping of current food systems, the Food Guide reinforces the commitment of the Ministry of Health to contribute to the development of strategies for the promotion and realization of the human right to adequate food.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends, in its Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health, that governments formulate and periodically revise national guidelines on food and nutrition. Revised and updated versions should take into account changes in population dietary patterns and states of health and disease, and also progress of VFLHQWL FNQRZOHGJH7KHVH*XLGHOLQHVDUHDLPHGDWVXSSRUWLQJIRRGDQGnutrition education actions and national food and nutrition programmes and policies in Brazil.
Creation of dietary guidelines is part of a set of several national intersectoral actions that aim to improve the standards of diet and nutrition of the population and contribute toward promoting health. WHO therefore proposes that governments provide information and guidance to facilitate healthier food choices and habits, taking into account national and local food cultures, written for everybody and presented clearly and attractively.
As part of the Brazilian governments responsibility to promote the nations health and food and nutrition security, the Ministry of Health published Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population - Promoting +HDOWK\ (DWLQJ LQ 7KHVHZHUH WKH UVW RIFLDO QDWLRQDO GLHWDU\guidelines. They became a reference for people, families, communities, health professionals and government at all levels in promoting proper and healthy eating.
In line with WHOs recommendation for periodic revision, in 2011 the Ministry of Health began the process of developing a new edition of the Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population. The decision was included as one of the goals of the Multi-Year Plan and of the First National Plan for Food and Nutrition Security, for the period 2012-2015.
The Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population are part of the general strategy to promote adequate and healthy eating, which in turn is part of
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the Brazilian national policy for food and nutrition.
Adequate and healthy diet is a basic human right. This right implies ensuring permanent and regular access, in a socially fair manner, to food and ways of eating that s