CeliaPenny  Foundation

         .......Preventing Malnutrition in Africa!

Disease is an outward manifestation of inward disorder.

                          -Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku



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CELIAPENNY FOUNDATION -PREVENTING MALNUTRITION IN AFRICA


About Us

 We promote affordable and healthy food choices with a view to preventing malnutrition and diseases resulting from genetic predisposition and micro-nutrient deficiencies.

 

Our Vision

To be foremost in eradicating malnutrition and building virile people who will create jobs in Nigeria.

 

Our Mission

  • To eliminate health illiteracy by educating people on preservation of micro-nutrients during food preparation
  • To encourage people to live healthy and reduce sicknesses that could promote the use of fake drugs
  • To promote the cultivation and distribution of indigenous foodstuffs that contain adequate micro-nutrients for balanced nutrition.

 

Our Goal                                                                                                                               

To reduce by half the poverty level in Nigeria by 2030. This is in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.


Our Assumption

When people know the right food to eat, they make demands for them. With demand comes job creation, especially in the areas of agriculture, food research, processing, transportation and marketing.  

What Do We Do?

We promote affordable and healthy food choices with a view to preventing malnutrition as well as diseases resulting from genetic predisposition and micro-nutrient deficiencies.


Medium

Media Advocacy (TV, Radio and Magazines)

Training/Workshops and cooking demonstrations on Healthy Foods





                                                                  ABOUT THE PRESIDENT

                                                Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku                                                  Epigenetic Nutrition Educator

celiapennyfoundation@gmail.org

+2348033231164



CeliaPenny specializes in overall wellness. Her passion is preventing diseases of malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies, the most visible being premature aging. She does this through the most pleasurable necessity of life - eating.

Being over 55 and looking great proves her point - it is doable.


CeliaPenny holds a Master’s of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education from Hawthorn University, Whitethorn, California, and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Genetics from the University of Calabar, Cross Rivers State, Nigeria.

She is a Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner, a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner as well as a Consultant in Cellular Medicine. 


She is currently the,

  • Principal consultant at CeliaPenny Gene-Nutrition Solutions in Lagos, Nigeria
  • President of a not-for-profit organization, CeliaPenny Foundation for the Prevention of Malnutrition in Africa. 
  • Nigerian Coordinator of Dr. Rath’s Health Foundation, -The Netherlands. 
  • Vice Chairman of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria Lagos Chapter).
  • Public Relations Officer of Civil Society-Scaling Up Nutrition Nigeria (CS-SUNN)

She acts as a bridge between the medical experts / researchers around the world and the lay public. She simplifies and communicates nutritional information to give an understanding of affordable, nutrient dense local foods and environmental toxins with a view to helping eradicate Health Illiteracy and disease.

She believes in timely medical attention when needed and does not advocate a fad diet that is transient, nor does she propose any one-miracle food or drink to cure the incurable and make anyone an overnight super-model. She simply encourages people to ‘birth a habit’.


NOTE

No-one should self-treat with medicine or food, or any health condition that requires seeing a doctor. Given the current nutrient depletion in our foods, we all need nutrients through supplements. However, supplements taken in high doses for any reason should be under the supervision of a competent nutrition expert who is familiar with unfavourable side effects.