World food day
Eating habits in situations of poverty are often a difficult obstacle to overcome. The lack of financial possibilities and information leads many young people to opt for less healthy foods, which will have repercussions on their health, as we have already seen this month in the post about childhood obesity.
Our work with many children and young people involves information and food education. Raise awareness of the importance of a diversified and nutritious diet that will be reflected in stronger health, a more awake mind and a happier adult.
So at home, are you worried about having varied and healthy meals?
In the second photo, the SAFALIN project, which aims to promote healthy living habits, addressing areas such as food.
Fundação Luís Figo
Santa Casada Misericórdia de Lisboa
BNP Paribas Cardif
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