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Unformatted text preview: California Obesity Prevention Plan: A Vision for Tomorrow, Strategic Actions for Today Many thanks to all of our partners across the state who contributed to the development of the 2010 California Obesity Prevention Plan. To order or download this publication, contact: California Obesity Prevention Program California Department of Public Health PO Box 997377, MS 7211 Sacramento, CA 95899-7377 Phone: 916.552.9871 Fax: 916.552.9909 http://cdph.ca.gov/obesityprevention Please note that the Plan is not copyrighted. Readers are free to duplicate and use all or part of the information contained in this publication. Suggested Citation: California Obesity Prevention Program. 2010 California Obesity Prevention Plan: A Vision for Tomorrow, Strategic Actions for Today , Sacramento (CA): California Department of Public Health, California Obesity Prevention Program, 2010. This and other publications are available at www.cdph.ca.gov . The 2010 California Obesity Prevention Plan was supported through funding provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cooperative agreement 805, state nutrition, physical activity, and obesity program. 1 of 39 Table of Contents Background......................................................................................................................4 Case for Action................................................................................................................4 Californias Current Health Status..........................................................................4 Our Obesogenic Environment................................................................................6 Addressing the Obesogenic Environment..............................................................7 Unique, Diverse State............................................................................................8 Californias 10 Step Vision...............................................................................................8 Accomplishments.............................................................................................................9 Access to Healthier Foods and Beverages in Schools..........................................9 Access to Healthier Foods and Nutrition Information...........................................10 Support for Physical Activity................................................................................10 2010 California Obesity Prevention Plan.......................................................................11 Conclusion.....................................................................................................................12 THE PLAN: Strategies for Action...................................................................................13 GOAL 1: State-Level Leadership and Coordination...................................................13 OBJECTIVE 1: State Government.......................................................................13 GOAL 2: Statewide Public Education Campaign.......................................................14GOAL 2: Statewide Public Education Campaign....
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