A Framework Design of National Healthy Diet Monitoring System
Proper diet is one of the most important prerequisites for people’s health. Resident nutrition and diet building are crucial to the success of national health program of China in its new stage of development. Although there has been numerous research on dietary and its relation of health, there is a lack of overall vision of the current dietary situations in China. In this paper, a national health diet monitoring system is proposed based on the national nutrition survey and the Internet nutrition diet related data, using the text knowledge discovery method. The purpose of the proposed framework is to find out the current situation of diet and nutrition of national residents, monitor the dietary purchase, dietary habits and changes of residents, and provide decision-making support for the formulation of relevant policies and the dietary guidance and improvement of residents.
KeywordsNutrition and health Decision support System design
This project is supported by the Key Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences (No. KJZD-EW-G20), Projects of Social Science Program of Beijing Education Commission (No. SM201810037001 and SM201910037004) and Social Beijing Social Science Foundation (No. 18GLB022).
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