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Though the World Health Organization has - over the past year and a half - come under criticism for what some have seen as a tardy and unsatisfactory response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the WHO has made a massive contribution to the defeat of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and is the most significant international body committed to the promotion of world health. Initiatives such as worldwide promotion of eating five fruit and/or vegetable portions per day have made a genuine impact on the improvement of human health on our planet. '5-a-Day' is a diet recommendation that is now a part of public consciousness about healthier living.
The World Health Organization was founded on April 7th 1948 with the publication of its first constitution. It had been the intention of the United Nations, when it was first founded October 1945, to create an intergovernmental, international agency for the promotion of health objectives worldwide,
The WHO has played a leading role in multiple public health achievements, including the eradication of Smallpox and the near-eradication of Polio with global vaccination programs. They can also be credited with the development of an Ebola vaccine and much progress against HIV/AIDS and COVID-19.
For over six decades the World Health Organisation have recognised crucial connections between diet and illness. They have been committed to vital research into diabetes, heart disease and cancer and have acknowledged the impact that diet can have on our proneness to illness. They have acknowledged the harm done to the human body by malnutrition and poor eating habits. Much of the work done by the WHO has been towards promoting better eating habits so as to improve human health globally.
The WHO especially promotes the health benefits of vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, plant protein and antioxidants so as to help avert some non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, cancers and heart diseases. In 1990 the WHO set forth its ideas on nutrition and disease in their report 'Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases'. The core ideas of that publication are contained in Chapter Four.
Due to the lead of the World Health Organization, national health agencies worldwide have coordinated their approach to health threats. In the domain of nutrition there is universal agreement that a person's diet has distinct and far-reaching implications on their susceptibility to numerous conditions.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) insist on the vital importance of consuming the correct nutritional elements in our diets so as to give our bodies a better chance of defeating illnesses. The CDC particularly emphasize the importance of vitamins and minerals for health - most of which have been identified as antiviral.
In America, the Department of Agriculture is mandated by law to provide a new report every five years with up-to-date advice on healthy eating habits. In the 'Dietary Guidelines for Americans' - now in its 9th Edition - there is a full recognition of the impact of a person's diet on their proneness to disease.
The World Health Organization has a diverse and inclusive attitude in its fight for healthier living globally. At the same time as recognising and promoting vaccines as a part of its health initiatives, the WHO is committed to discovery and dissemination of the benefits of good diet. Attention is now being given to studying anti-viral effects of a range of foods.
The World Health Organization supports several large-scale research projects into nutritional immunology and the study of traditional medicines. The health benefits of over half the ingredients identified by the AVD research project are recognised by the WHO - including vitamins, minerals, flavonoids and other micronutrients. -Project 'AVD' is primarily concerned with those ingredients' anti-viral properties.
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'AVD' is a 3-Phase Research Project launched by The Academy of the Third Millennium (A3M). Phase 1 of this scientific inquiry is now complete and a summary of the findings are presented in the volume 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet' (2020/2021) available from this site. Information about the progress and purpose of Phases 2 and 3 of this ongoing A3M research program will be shared at the NEWS page on this website.
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