Indicator Topic Objectivea

20 Active commuting to school

Increase the proportion of trips to school made by walking 1 mile or less or biking 2 miles or less by children aged 5-15b(developmental)

21 Bicycling by adults

Increase the proportion of trips of 5 miles or less made by bicycling by adults for leisure or active transport for commuting purposesb(developmental)

22 Recreational facility outlet density

Increase the proportion of recreation and fitness facilities per 1,000 people

23 Child and adolescent physical activity–related attitudes and perceptions

Increase the proportion of children aged 0-17 living in safe neighborhoods

24 Child and adolescent physical activity–related attitudes and perceptions

Increase the proportion of children aged 0-17 living in supportive neighborhoods

25 Physical activity for older adults (relates to strategy 1-2 also)

Increase the proportion of older adults (aged 65 and older) with reduced physical or cognitive function who engage in light, moderate, or vigorous leisure-time physical activitiesb
Strategy 1-2: Provide and support community programs designed to increase physical activity

26 Nonschool organized physical activity–related activities

Increase the proportion of children aged 6-17 who participate in one or more organized physical activities outside of school, such as sports teams or lessons, clubs, or organizations
Strategy 1-3: Adopt physical activity requirements for licensed child care providers

27 Physical activity requirements for licensed child care

Increase the number of states with licensing regulations for physical activity in child care that require a number of minutes of physical activity per day or by length of time in care (physical activity is defined to include large muscle or gross motor activity, development, and/or equipment as well as vigorous or moderate physical activity)b
APOP GOAL AREA 2: FOOD AND BEVERAGE ENVIRONMENT

28 Adult energy intake

Reduce the mean calories consumed among adults to meet Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendations for age, gender, and activity levels

29 Child and adolescent energy intake

Reduce the mean calories consumed among children and adolescents aged 2-19 to meet Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendations for age, gender, and activity levels
Strategy 2-1: Adopt policies and implement practices to reduce overconsumption of sugar-sweetened beverages

30 Sugar-sweetened beverage policies in schools

States and school districts adopt policies that prohibit the sale of sugar-sweetened beverages in schools and require that schools offer a variety of no- or low-calorie beverage options that are favorably pricedd

31 Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption

Reduce energy intake from consumption of sugar-sweetened beveragesd

32 Price of low-fat milk

Reduce the relative price of low-fat milk (compared to soda/sweetened beverages)

33 Sugar-sweetened beverage taxation

Increase the number of states that adopt a law imposing an excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages and dedicate a portion of the revenue to obesity prevention programs


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