Malnutrition does not exist in isolation; it cannot be solved by one sole intervention. Esperer’s Evidence Based Responsible Nutrition (E2RN)) focuses nutrition as multidisciplinary and complementary therapy approach both in case of preventive and disease management areas & supported the launch of Asian Nutrition Society in an event held on 17th Oct, 2021 at Courtyard by Marriot, Mumbai.
There is insufficient evidence on what nutrition- sensitive interventions actually work under what circumstances. Collecting these evidences and bringing to the world makes E2RN platform Nutrition-sensible.
Mr. Raktim Chattopadhyay, Founder & CEO at Esperer Nutrition said “Esperer Nurition is continuously focussing on Clinical Nutrition research and its applications for greater human needs. Hence, E2RN is an essential endeavour that provides the evidence base underlying dietary requirements and public health management.
Commenting on the launch of Asian Nutrition Society, Dr. Purvish Parikh, Medical Oncologist said “Currently, there is insufficient attention being paid to the role of Diet and Nutrition in patients with noon communicable diseases. This is because of several factors, one crucial one being the lack of a platform for doctors and nutritionists to interact as equals. The launch of Asian Nutrition Society is aimed at filling this gap. We will involve all stake holders in studying and implementing personalized evidence based dietary therapy to improve outcome. Involvement of key leaders from India, SAARC Countries and rest of Asia will strengthen this process and validate guidelines that can be implemented across ethnic as well as socio cultural groups. We are sure that our society will bring cheer, taste and health to our patients in an ethical and inclusive manner.”
Dr. Ritu Santhwani, Gynaecologist, Cosmetologist and Infertility Specialist added “Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments. Esperer’s E2RN is a knowledge sharing good platform involving different branches giving importance to nutrition.”