Good Monk collaborates with Indian Dietetic Association, Bangalore Chapter

To create awareness about Hidden Hunger & Gut Health

Superfoods Valley, a nutrition and food-tech startup headquartered in Bengaluru, partnered with the Indian Dietetic Association (IDA), a renowned professional body of qualified dietitians and nutritionists, to address the critical issue of Hidden Hunger & Gut Health in India at the Good Monk Nutrition Summit. The event was attended by hundreds of nutritionists, dietitians, and other key stakeholders in nutrition and health.

This summit served as a unique platform to discuss innovative solutions and practical recommendations to address the pressing issue of Hidden Hunger in India. The speakers provided insightful information on the significance of addressing the menace of Hidden Hunger, a form of undernourishment that goes overlooked while consuming daily meals.

The event emphasised that focusing on our gut health and daily probiotic consumption is imperative to ensure our body absorbs maximum nutrients from our food. Experts also discussed the significance of lysine, an essential amino acid in a carbohydrate-based Indian diet for urban and rural populations.

Amarpreet Singh Anand, Founder & CEO of Superfoods Valley, said, “8 out of every 10 Indians are deficient in five essential micronutrients namely Iron, Vitamin D, Folate, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin A.” Earlier this year, the startup launched its flagship product, Good Monk, a one-of-a-kind nutrition mix comprising of highly bio-available ingredients.

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