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Obesity is associated with every type of junk food.

The main reason is the absence of fiber, high amount of high-fat calories and low quality cholesterol. Which may cause obesity as well as increase risks of heart diseases. Many studies suggest that frequent consumption of soft drinks and other junk food is strongly related with children obesity. Soda drinks which are high in sugar and other calories is low in nutrition and this has been a proved fact that it causes obesity

The meaning of education Education is a very general term used to refer in very different ways to the experience and/or results of learning undertaken primarily in institutional settings such as schools and colleges. The very breadth of this term often conceals a number of important distinctions of meaning that are important for a consideration of the health impacts of education. Health education is defined as a set of established education to teach about food, eating, eating habits emphasis on health and well-being (Contento, 1995). This definition suggests that health education must use a variety of approaches and methods to bring about changes in knowledge, attitudes and child feeding practices. As children spend more more time in school than at home, the health education at school is an effective way for children to receive information of nutrition knowledge. Health literacy The significance of the global health risk factors has led to a major emphasis in public health policy on education interventions. This role for education has traditionally focused on providing information and skills to help people make choices and/or changes that will promote individual and societal health and well-being. Contemporary health education had three main aims: to reduce morbidity and mortality through changing the behaviour and beliefs of individuals; to foster the appropriate use of health services; and to create general awareness of health issues. Education health can influence in many ways. This issue brief examines three major interrelated pathways through which educational attainment is linked with health: health knowledge and behaviors; employment and income; and social and psychological factors, including sense of control, social standing and social support. In addition, this brief explores how educational attainment affects health across generations, examining the links between parents’ education—and

for example) tend to occur earlier among more-educated people. the Healthy School Integrated Programme (PBSS) Ottawa Charter was launched based on concept by the World Health Organization (Ministry of Health Malaysia. Education can increase people’s knowledge and cognitive skills. and refraining from excessive consumption of alcohol and from smoking. health advice and public health campaigns (about the risks of smoking. How . engaging in regular physical activity. It is designed to measure the health status of children . This is the pathway that many people think of first to explain the strong links between education and health. including those related to obtaining and managing medical care. teachers and community. 1996). including opportunities for educational attainment. parents. health education programs for poor children have introduced in 1967. In addition. enabling them to make better-informed choices among the health-related options available for themselves and their families. Greater educational attainment has been associated with health-promoting behaviors including increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables and other aspects of healthy eating.the social and economic advantages it represents—and their children’s health and social advantages. changes in healthrelated behaviors in response to new evidence. In Malaysia. Education can lead to improved health by increasing health knowledge and healthy behaviors. In 1977. Malaysia and the Ministry of Education found that the program could encourage the formation of a school environment that is safe and healthy and can also create a partnership between the school and the community in promoting healthy lifestyle. Evaluation conducted by the Ministry of children and identify health problems of children.