Increasing Children’s Fruit And Vegetable Consumption Through Home and School Based Intervention: Literature Review
Fruit and vegetable consumption may prevent a number of chronic non-communicable disease. Children's fruit and vegetable consumption in particular can decrease risk of cancer in adulthood. However, children's fruit and vegetable consumption still under WHO recommendation of 400 gram/day. There is two types of intervention to increase children's fruit and vegetable intake, it is home and school based intervention. Both intervention type had been significantly increase children's fruit and vegetable consumption. Therefore, to optimize the intervention, it requires a combination between home and school based intervention.
Index Terms— Fruit; Home; Intervention; School; Vegetable.