How to build a health development plan for institutions for global health prevention?


Judit Molnár* and Mahendra, Pal**

Nowadays, disease prevention plays an important role in human life especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, we design a special health promotion system based on physical activity (yoga), healthy eating and mental balance (meditation). The prevention is provided by a person who is also a nutritionist, sport trainer and mental coach. Presenting the purpose of the health development plan plays a major role in our manuscript. A further aim of the research is to measure and record the effectiveness of the stress management program and to establish gastronomic workshops at global levels. The results can also be used for further research and dissertations. The gastronomic workshops present healthy eating, special diet dishes and the possibilities offered by international gastronomy. We hope to contribute globally to the design of stress treatment rooms in an institutional setting and this health plan can help in global health development.

Keywords: Global health, Global health promotion, Healthy diet, Mental health, Nutrition, Physical activity, Prevention

According to the World Health Organization, health is defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity (Pal, 2007). The prevention consist the measures to protect the man from a disease (Pal, 2007). Now a day, people have an increasing need for health promotion (Olsson et al., 2020) during the pandemic (Temkin, 2020). For this reason, we set a goal to develop a health program that functions as a stress treatment rooms with specialized mentors. The plan is based on healthy eating and special diets, physical activity as yoga and mental healthcare.

Gastronomy and nutrition play an important role around the world (Pavlidis and Markantonatou, 2020). Science has formulated more plans and recommendations for diet as healthy eating pyramid (Ramsey et al.,2017; Stern and Bulik, 2020; Dupouy and Gurinovic, 2020). In addition to healthy diet, the knowledge of disease, specific diets is also very important. These include cardiovascular and digestive diseases, musculoskeletal disorders (osteoporosis) and metabolic diseases (diabetes mellitus, obesity). One of the professional qualifications of the applied health trainer is a specialist in nutrition or food science. Dietary treatment includes a health check, a description of the recommended diet, and aftercare.

Furthermore, during exercise counselling, the mentor explains the principles of yoga. In addition to nutrition and sport, mental health also contributes to well-being. Therefore, life style counselling, meditation and breathing exercises are also part of the program (You and Ogawa, 2020). The program’s mentors are professionals who also have experience in nutrition science, physical activity, and mental health. We hope that our health improvement plan can help scientists and professionals maintain their health. The present communication delineates the about building a healthy development plan for institutions in the field of global health prevention.

The role of physical activity and mental balance in healthy lifestyle
Physical activity is a part of the healthy lifestyle (Molnár et al., 2016). Therefore, it also plays a significant role in the health program. Among the physical activities, yoga can be learned in the stress treatment rooms with a trainer. The effectiveness of yoga must also be demonstrated.

In addition to nutrition and physical activity, mental balance also plays a significant role in a healthy lifestyle. Therefore, the part of the health program is to maintain mental balance with life management, meditation, and good breathing. Mental healthcare consists of health assessment, treatment and after care as well. It is important that the health mentor also has a mental balance qualification. Maintaining global health should also be considered during pandemic (Banerjee et al., 2020).

Global assessment of the effectiveness of the health promotion plan
Measuring the effectiveness of a health promotion plan is also the part of our research. Thus, we can use the results for research and dissertations:

We would like to survey the countries where the program is applied
It is also important to record the number of patients.
We want to assess the possible diseases.
Recording nutritional, mental and physical activity training is also a part of the program with the number of treatments.

With the results, we will be able to describe the effectiveness of the program from a global development activity as well. In addition to describing these results, we consider the gastronomic opportunities provided by education. That is why we recommend the establishment of international gastronomic workshops. The workshops include the suggestions for healthy eating and special diets and the wonders of international gastronomy as well.

In our research, we developed a stress treatment rooms plan for institutions as a part of global health program. The program works with mentors who are suitable for teaching nutrition, mental health and physical activity as well. Before following the project, we made a plan for healthy eating, special diets, physical activity (yoga) and mental health (meditation, life counselling, and good breathing). We would like to control the pandemic and improve global health with hard work and health education. Furthermore, we would like to use the global plan results for research or dissertations. We hope that the registered results and the established gastronomic workshops will have an impact at global level.

The authors are very thankful to Prof. Dr. R.K. Narayan for his suggestions during the preparation of manuscript and Anubha for computer help.

* 1 1/9 Palánkutca, 9200 Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary (e-mail:
**Narayan Consultancy on Veterinary Public Health and Microbiology- Anand-388001, Gujarat, India 
**Corresponding Author: Prof.Dr.Mahendra Pal, Founder Director of Narayan Consultancy on Veterinary Public Health and Microbiology, Aangan, Jagnath Ganesh Dairy Road, Anand-388001, Gujarat, India


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