This 4th edition of CDG was revised by the Chinese Nutrition Society and issued by the National Health Commission in May 2016. There are three main chapters: DG for the general population, DG for specific populations, and the description on a balanced dietary pattern and its practice.
This version of DG provides practical knowledge and skills to teach the public on how to integrate the guidelines into their lives.
This book presents the six key recommendations of Chinese Dietary Guidelines in a comical form to help children and parents understand the guidelines better.
The Chinese Food Guide Pagoda serves as a general visual representation of an ideal, balanced diet for an adult, illustrating both the amounts and varieties of foods that should be consumed in one day.
A simplified version of the Chinese Food Guide Pagoda, the Plate has integrated the symbol of Tai-chi , which demonstrates food proportions in the balanced dietary pattern for a person in one meal.
The CDGs (2016) is an official document published by the National Health Commission of China. Its content highlights the current status of public health and offers advice to address health concerns faced by the Chinese population.