“Mahirap. Lalo na kapag hindi mo alam kung ano ba talaga ang dapat gamutin. O kung saan magsisimula para malaman ang sakit niya.” Bernardo De Leon, 35, approached the Nutritional Genomics team after a lay forum in Philippine Heart Center last December. Despair is palpable in Bernardo’s voice while carrying his newborn daughter with a yet to be diagnosed metabolic disease.

The Department of Science and Technology‘s Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) will present its newly updated nutrition tools at the “Grand Launch of 2020: Perfect Vision for Nutrition” on February 19, 2020 at the Makati Diamond Residences, Legaspi Village, Makati City. These nutrition tools include the Philippine Food Composition Tables 2019 and the Food Exchange Lists (FEL) for Meal Planning, 4th edition. The development of these nutrition tools is aimed at improving the quality of life of Filipinos.

The Department of Science and Technology’s Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) welcomes the new decade by holding true to its commitment of bringing optimum nutrition for Filipinos. A core team from DOST-FNRI came up with a new set of strategic plans that will guide planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the Institute’s performance through various programs and projects.

Announcement


The 4th Edition (2019) Food Exchange Lists for Meal Planning is now available .


 

For bulk purchase: Minimum of 100 pcs @ P60.00/pc exclusive of courier or delivery fee.


Please be informed that the Philippine Food Composition Tables 1997 (FCT) is currently out of print (Photo below). Please wait for further announcement of its availability.

 

 

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