Physical strength, mobility, endurance, hearing, vision, and cognitive capacities are all enhanced by a good diet. Nutrition education is an important component of a comprehensive health education programme because it equips children with the knowledge and skills, they need to make appropriate food and beverage choices. Any combination of learning experiences aimed to support the voluntary adoption of eating and other nutrition-related behaviours beneficial to health and well-being is referred to as nutrition education. It is an important aspect of delivering dietary assistance to the elderly. Nutrition education encompasses not just learning about foods and nutrients, but also learning what to do and how to act in order to enhance one's diet. Nutrition education aids in the development of people's abilities to properly feed themselves and their families, obtain the right foods at the right prices, prepare healthy foods and meals that they enjoy, recognise and resist poor food choices, and teach their children and others about healthy eating.