Answering the Government of India’s call on adopting nutrition report cards, Right To Protein, a nationwide public health awareness initiative, launched an exclusive ‘Protein Report Card’ for Indian citizens to self-assess and improve their nutritional intake.
This Protein Report Card is designed to help people understand if their protein consumption is adequate or requires immediate intervention.
People looking to receive their own Protein Report Card this nutrition month can log-on to the freely available Protein-O-Meter (Protein calculator tool) and access their customized Protein Report Card.
The launch of the ‘Protein Report Card’ by the Right To Protein initiative is a direct result of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recommendations of introducing nutrition report cards to increase awareness in India.
The Protein Report Card can be easily generated by visiting www.righttoprotein.com and following the below steps:
- Go to the Protein-O-Meter
- Enter Name, Age, Weight, Height, Lifestyle, Gender & Food Preferences to calculate daily protein requirement
- Enter food consumption details for Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Dinner
- Protein-O-Meter will then calculate the protein content consumed from the entered food items
- Users can auto-download a customized Protein Report Card graded basis food consumption
Alongside a detailed breakup of protein consumed, this report card will also recommend protein-rich whole foods that can be included in their daily diets to eliminate any gaps in protein consumption.