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The NNC 7 internet radio is a project of the National Nutrition Council Region VII and its media network, the Media Information Network for Nutrition and Development 7 (MIND 7).

This website airs NNC’s existing broadcast materials and other promotional resources to encourage more people particularly those who are not reached by the MIND 7’s local broadcasting to practice proper nutrition.

Brgy. Panlautan, Siquijor’s Livelihood for Nutrition

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How women as mothers take care of themselves when it comes to their nutrition affects the next generation of mothers. Studies also suggest that poor diet during pregnancy may have long-term impact on the child’s health.

The National Nutrition Council (Official) (including its regional offices like the National Nutrition Council Region VII) has been among the very active agencies at the forefront in the campaign for proper maternal nutrition. This ongoing campaign is integrated in various nutrition initiatives as well as in the messages actively relayed to the public, such as the 10 KUMAINMENTS and PINGGANG PINOY, among others.

READ more about the importance of maternal nutrition in our website. Here's the link: nnc.gov.ph/index.php/regional-offices/region-vii-central-visayas/3343-why-is-maternal-nutrition-i...
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Early Childhood Care and Development Consultative Forum at Alta Cebu Village Resort, Cordova Cebu.
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Thank you to the Municipality of Ubay, Bohol for participating this year's #ZumbAktibo social media campaign.

Watch the full video of Bohol's Timbang Iwasto Dance Cover below.

#2019NMPush #NNC7 #ZumbAktibo
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Be smart, eat smart. Don't eat less, eat right. This is why we at the National Nutrition Council Region VII strongly recommend the use of the 10 Kumainments and Pinggang Pinoy in planning and making your meals. May you have a nutritious lunch! ☺️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to the winners of last Sunday's Nutri Game Apil Na! Continue tuning in every Sunday from 11:00 am to 12:00 nn over DYSS Super Radyo, Radio GMA Inc. and win 100 peso load!

#NNC7 #NGANWinners
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Thank you to the City of Tagbilaran, Bohol for participating this year's #ZumbAktibo social media campaign.

Watch the full video of Tagbilaran's Timbang Iwasto Dance Cover below.

#2019NMPush #NNC7 #ZumbAktibo
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RNPC Dr. Parolita A. Mission and ND II Shaira Camille T. Labastida made a courtesy call and nutrition advocacy meeting to Toledo City Mayor Hon. Marjorie P. Perales together with CNAO Dr. Bonito Zanoria, CNPC Belinda C. Cavan and BNS President Evangeline Villarta.

#NNC7 #IntegrateNutritionNow
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Thank you to the Municipality of Sierra Bullones, Bohol for participating this year's #ZumbAktibo social media campaign.

Watch the full video of Sierra Bullones's Timbang Iwasto Dance Cover below.

#2019NMPush #NNC7 #ZumbAktibo
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Mga ka-nutrisyon!

Here's the #NutriQuiz for this week!

What component of complementary feeding means that complementary food should be given after the child completes his first 6 months, because at this age the baby is ready to receive foods as evidenced by the visual cues the baby will start to show.

A. Timely
B. Appropriate
C. Safe
D. Adequate

Get a chance to win Php100 load by commenting your answer on this post along with your complete name and address.

Don't forget to like and follow the National Nutrition Council Region VII page and this post to make your entry valid.

Answer will be identified this Friday.
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Ever wonder why there are a lot of laboratory tests conducted for a pregnant woman?

Screening and laboratory tests can help find conditions that can increase the risks of complications for you and your child.

So don't ever skip to visit your nearest health center and have yourselves checked.

May K ka sa F1K!
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