| Petaling Jaya, Malaysia | 26 Jan 2015 | Asia Samachar |
Some 15 mothers and their children are taking part in a three-month nutritional intervention program facilitated by a nutritionist from a Malaysian-based university college.
Organised by Sikh Women’s Awareness Network (SWAN), the ‘Healthy MOM, Healthy Family’ programme began early this month is led by Satvinder Kaur, a lecturer at UCSI University.
Satvinder, who completed a MSc Clinical Nutrition (UKM) in 2008 and now pursuing a doctorate, will conduct group activities and individual counseling with the participants every fortnight.
Among others, she will discuss on how to handle food and apply them into daily lives in a healthier way.
“It is more personalised learning experience that will benefit Punjabi population,” according to a promotion material from SWAN.
Participants who join the program are expected to stay the course over three months, including undergoing a blood test at the beginning and at the end of the period.
It is conducted at the SWAN headquarters (SWAN Centre, 10, Jalan SS1/4, Kampung Tunku, Petalng Jaya). – ASIA SAMACHAR (26 Jan 2015)
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