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FSSAI launches The Eat Right Movement to combat negative nutritional trends to fight lifestyle diseases
eMediNexus,  11 July 2018
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In an unprecedented show of solidarity to improve public health in India and combat negative nutritional trends to fight lifestyle diseases, the food industry, public health professionals, civil society and consumer organizations, influencers and celebrities came together on a common platform and pledged to take concrete steps to create ‘The Eat Right Movement’ in the country, built on two broad pillars of ‘Eat Healthy’ and ‘Eat Safe’, aims to engage, excite and enable citizens to improve their health and wellbeing.

Led by FSSAI, the strength of the ‘The Eat Right Movement’ lies in its holistic and collaborative approach, with stakeholders on both the demand and supply-side joining to make a difference through some clearly identified steps.

The Eat Right Movement’ brings together three ongoing initiatives of FSSAI: the Safe and Nutritious Food Initiative, focused on social and behavioral change around food safety and nutrition at home, school, workplace and on-the-go; the Eat Healthy Campaign, focused on reduction of high fat, sugar and salt foods in the diet; and Food Fortification, focused on promoting five staple foods-wheat flour, rice, oil, milk and salt that are added with key vitamins and minerals to improve their nutritional content… (FSSAI, July 10, 2018)


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  • Dr Vitthal Das Maheshawari 12 July - 23:28 hrs

    Almost total lack of awareness on the concept of ‘Eat right’ exists in India Today. It is further confounded by Lot of confusion due to different Voices from many directions. Very good begning. Keep it up.

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  • Dr SANJAY MOTIWALE 12 July - 14:44 hrs

    Great initiative, much needed in present time.

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