Our Vision Statement
Eradicate public health nutrition challenges in Africa
Looking good and feeling good go hand in hand. If you have a healthy lifestyle, your diet and nutrition are set, and you're working out, you're going to feel good - Jason Statham
- Use of innovative interventions to eradicate public health issues in Africa.
- Educate the public on relatable approaches to ensure all has open access to accurate nutrition information.
- Provide consultation services to individuals, groups of people and public health agencies on healthy living programs.
The doctors of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition. So let us start now cause the future is now – Thomas Edison
Today more than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choice, toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies, and lack of physical exercise. – Mike Adams
The lack of access to proper nutrition is not only fueling obesity, it is leading to food insecurity and hunger among our children - Tom Vilsack
The Editorial Team
Olatundun Gafari is a graduate of Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Ibadan. She is a public health advocate who is passionate about improving the nutritional status, health and consequently, the lives of people especially the most vulnerable. She is currently a part of the Helen keller International’s project team involved with the implementation of the Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle project in Ikeja, Lagos State which aims to improve nutrition and health of school aged children. She believes that understanding the basic concept of nutrition and nourishment for the body is tantamount to living a healthy life. She is the head of the editorial team.
Charles Tekena Banigo is a final year law student of the University of Ibadan. After a long running battle with ulcer he developed a keen interest in proper nutrition and dietetics with special focus on healthy eating habits for university students and working class professionals who have neither time nor money to prepare healthy meals.
Luke Alade is a graduate of Physiology from the University of Ibadan. He is currently working with the Department of Public Health, Ministry of Health Yenegoa. He has a keen interest in health practices, the control of infectious diseases and dietetics related issues. He is also a part-time chef who hopes to partake in the Maggi Cooking Competition and own his own food channel someday.
Bashirudeen Olawunmi is a Research Assistant at the Food Technology Department at the Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO). She has a Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics. She believes that until individuals see food as actual nourishing drugs which make us grow in life as opposed to mere means of enjoyment, the problems of malnutrition would continue to persist.
Adedeji Oluwadara is a final year student of the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering. He is passionate about mental health and sees to assist and support people with mental health issues to sustain a healthy life. He believes nutrition plays a major role in ensuring all forms of health and has a keen interest in writing.