Unilever Sri Lanka partnered with the Dietitians’ Association of Sri Lanka (DiASL), a professional body for practicing dietetic health professionals in the country, on the Association’s 3rd Annual Sessions.
Over 120 leading healthcare and dietetic health professionals from both the public and private sector as well as policy makers took part in the two-day scientific sessions. Unilever Foods showcased a wide range of healthy, nutritious products from its array of trusted food brands including Flora, Marmite, Knorr and Lipton as well as the Pureit in-home water purifier range, along with Unilever Food Solutions.
Drawing on their innate understating of consumer behavior patterns, the Food Solutions team noted that ever more Sri Lankan’s were growing conscious about making healthier dietary choices. Yet, they do not want to completely give up on their cherished, flavorsome meals. They seek a middle ground – tad bit healthier versions of their preferred dishes that are nutritious without compromising on taste. In a bid to help them in this regard, Unilever showcased its concept of “Seductive Nutrition” at the event.
Chefs from Unilever Foods demonstrated how consumers could adopt Seductive Nutrition into their daily lives. They stressed on the need to focus on 6 key attributes – adding plenty of vegetables, lowering fat content, reducing portion sizes, healthier cooking methods like grilling or baking, using fresh ingredients and lowering the calorie content – when doing so. The Unilever Foods team went on to showcase a range of healthy recipes that were delicious and desirable. Information booklets elaborating on various aspects of Seductive Nutrition were shared with all participants.
Working towards taking this message to consumers around the island, Unilever invites all Sri Lankans to join in on this endeavour to create a healthier nation.
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