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Running head: SUPPORTIVE SUBMISSION 21Supportive Submission 2: Contemporary Health Issues Resource ListwithAnnotated Bibliographies/SummariesLawrence DeveraKIN 302California Baptist University
SUPPORTIVE SUBMISSION 22Annotated Bibliographies/SummariesBorys, J.M., (2009).Breaking the Wall of Childhood Obesity: What Parents, Politics, andVegetables Can Do[Video file]. (2009). Retrieved May 26, 2019, from-infobase-com.libproxy.calbaptist.edu/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=107668&xtid=49384This reference is a thirteen minute lecture video that was produced by the Falling WallsFoundation, a platform where leaders from the worlds of science, business, politics, the arts andsociety discuss and breakthroughs and concerns in science and society. The 2009 Falling WallsConference introduces Jean Michel Borys, a specialist in endocrinology, metabolic diseases, andnutrition. He states that “battling obesity means to battle our mentality” and that “parents,politicians, and schools must all work together to combat the normalcy that fast food has becomefor children” (Borys 2009). With an approach involving physical activity, nutrition, andenvironmental interventions, Borys launched a program called Epode. The program is “designedto improve the quality and nutritional value of school dinners in France and has proven to be sosuccessful that other countries have begun to export it” (Borys 2009). This video will be usefulwhen addressing what can be done or adopted from other countries to implement into ourschools here in the US.Chen, D., Jaenicke, E. C., & Volpe, R. J. (2019). The Healthfulness of Food-at-HomeExpenditures, the Local Food Environment, and Childhood Obesity.American Journal ofHealth Promotion,33(3), 412–419. Retrieved from-com.libproxy.calbaptist.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=135528664&site=eds-live&scope=siteDanhong Chen, Edward Jaenicke, and Ricky Volpe are all doctors in agricultural scienceand economics and present the article that talks about the connections between food at home
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