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Ajinomoto launches NUTRITION ADVICE web app

Teleconsultations became the norm when the pandemic started, but their popularity hasn’t gone down because they make it easy for people to get medical advice from experts.

Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC Group) and the Philippine Society of Nutritionists and Dietitians (PSND) worked together to make the Nutrition Advice web app, which just came out.

Filipinos can easily get in touch with nutrition experts wherever they are thanks to this feature.
Nutrition Advice is a two-way digital communication tool where licensed dietitians and lifestyle doctors can give personalized advice.

Its goal is to help people with weight management, diabetes, and high blood pressure by giving them advice about what to eat.

“A lot of nutrition information are available online but since health is a very personal matter that requires dedicated discussions, we at Ajinomoto developed Nutrition Advice to help Filipinos easily connect with experts that can guide them in achieving their wellness goals,” APC Group General Manager for Corporate Planning and Public Relations Roann Co said

Roann Co, APC Group General Manager for Corporate Planning and Public Relations

The Nutrition Advice web app is one way that Ajinomoto is trying to help solve food and health problems in the Philippines.

The BawAsin® campaign is another way that Ajinomoto is trying to get people to eat less salt without giving up taste.

The Mag-Pinggang Pinoy® Tayo! Project encourages Filipinos to use Pinggang Pinoy®, a healthy food plate guide that is easy to understand.

These projects show that APC Group is dedicated to its vision of being the leader in co-creating better health by solving food and health problems with sustainable projects.

These efforts are in line with the Ajinomoto Group’s Creating Shared Value (ASV) framework, which tells the company to do business in a way that makes people healthier all over the world.

“We at Ajinomoto are doing our best to be a solution-providing company for food and health issues. By developing Nutrition Advice, we hope to help more Filipinos to eat well and live well,” Co said. 

To try and experience Nutrition Advice, visit


Tito Raffy

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