The use of an intersectorial approach, which includes the government, as well as the private, academic and civil society sectors, is essential for proper health promotion, education, prevention and control of overweight, obesity, diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases. It must be based on laws, regulations, standards, clinical practice guidelines, evidence and recommendations applicable in Mexico.
This is why the OMENT offers links to documents and current legal regulations at national level, based on the three pillars proposed in the National Strategy for Overweight, Obesity and Diabetes Prevention and Control:
- Public Health
- Medical Care
- Health Regulation and Fiscal Policy