We-Mana Nutrition’s commitment is to help individuals & communities realise the significance of a right understanding of health, food, and nutrition, and move towards making wiser choices. Through the millet-based Ah!rogya Bar. We-Mana Nutrition has been uniting communities towards a balanced understanding & a holistic development.

Redefining Health and Nutrition

  

Major health dynamics in the present day are characterized by a steep increase in nutrition-related issues like eating disorders, malnutrition, stunted or irregular physical & mental growth, early onset of a variety of illnesses, and poor immunity & coping ability.

Much has been caused due to wrong information, untrue notions on different kinds of diets, unbalanced eating habits, etc. As a result, the basic and essential truth about healthy eating has been robbed of its true value. Therefore, we may still be naïve about our average nutritional intake for a day and not feeding our body with what it truly requires.

The World Health Organization (WHO) refers to ‘Malnutrition’ as a deficient, excess, or unbalanced intake of nutrients in a person. This means that nearly anybody could be experiencing malnutrition but not necessarily be aware of it. The lack of awareness can make nutrition itself a concern for us.

This lack of adequate knowledge has rendered most of us victims to physical & mental health hazards, also causing genetic mutations & hereditary diseases. Furthermore, a busy lifestyle with limited exposure to proper exercise, sunlight, fresh air, and a stressed mind has made health a concern for all.

Vision of the Country

 

Understanding nutrition in India is a challenge due to socio-economic factors that directly connect to malnutrition. The variety of communal food practices and climatic conditions also need to be factored in.

The problem of inadequate, insufficient and limited accessibility of nutrition largely hover around vulnerable groups of children, women, people subject to poverty, and any other marginalized groups that are in need of nutrition. On the other side of the spectrum, unwise & ignorant choices are made with regards to food and diet.

Government policies, laws & regulations have been placed in an attempt to provide both accessibility and awareness among the citizens, particularly for those oppressed by poverty. Such as: the Midday Meal Scheme, the Public Distribution System (PDS), collaborations with other organisations, health awareness campaigns including the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) that administers the One Full Meal Scheme for pregnant women and lactating mothers.

We-Mana Nutrition’s commitment is to help individuals & communities realise the significance of a right understanding of health, food, and nutrition, and move towards making wiser choices. Through the millet-based Ah!rogya Bar. We-Mana Nutrition has been uniting communities towards a balanced understanding & a holistic development.