In conjunction with World Diabetes Day, NESTLÉ Health Science in partnership with Diabetes Malaysia will be organising The Start Right. Stay Right with NUTREN® campaign on 4 November 2017 at Ex8, Subang Jaya, to enlighten people living with diabetes on the significance of having a healthy breakfast to stay energised throughout the day.
Start Right. Stay Right with NUTREN® World Diabetes Day Event
DATE: Saturday, 4 November 2017
TIME: 8.30am – 1.00pm
ADMISSION: FREE – Pre register by calling +6017 693 6940 (Ms Goh) or email email@example.com
LOCATION: EX8, No. 3, Jalan 13/4, Subang Jaya Industrial Estate, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
The campaign will launch with a dialogue session with key opinion leaders, including Prof Datuk Dr Ikram Shah Ismail, President of Diabetes Malaysia, National Heart Institute (IJN) Principal Dietitian of Dietetics and Food Services Department, Foong Pui Hing, as well as Yang Wai Wai, Clinical Psychologist from UKM Medical Centre (PPUKM). It highlights how people living with diabetes can empower themselves to maintain consistent control of their blood glucose level with a good quality healthy breakfast.
People living with diabetes and care-givers are invited to the launch event happening on 4 November 2017 at Ex8, Subang Jaya, where they can also participate in the diabetes knowledge journey and be presented with goodie bags worth over RM150. The morning’s fun filled activities include a smoothie making workshop by IJN dietitian, Chong Mei Kee, an interactive and energetic Zumba dance performance and blood glucose testing followed by a sumptuous healthy breakfast.
Admission to the Start Right. Stay Right with NUTREN® World Diabetes Day event is FREE. However prior registration is a MUST. To register, kindly call +6017 693 6940 (Ms Goh) or firstname.lastname@example.org. There are limited seats available for this enlightening launch event. Guests are encouraged to book their seats early to avoid disappointment.
For more information on Start Right. Stay Right with NUTREN® visit facebook.com/NutrenUntukDiabetik/.