Hawthorn graduate Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku acts as a bridge between the medical experts / researchers and lay public around the world. She simplifies and communicates nutritional information to give understanding on safe and affordable local, nutrient dense foods. Join Celia Penny as she shares her experiences as a nutrition educator in Nigeria helping to eradicate health illiteracy and prevent malnutrition.
All About Alumni presents: Nutrition Practice in Nigeria: The Successes and the Challenges with Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku, ROHP / RNCP, MS, BSc.
Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku (ROHP / RNCP, MS, BSc) is a Health and Nutrition Educator & Geneticist, Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner, as well as a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner. She specializes in overall wellness with particular interests in malnutrition and preventing premature aging (a result of malnutrition) by restoring the body’s biochemical balance. Being over 50 and looking great proves her point – it is doable!
Celia Penny 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 the president of a not-for-profit organization CeliaPenny Foundation for the Prevention of Malnutrition in Africa. She is also the founder of the CeliaPenny Gene-Nutrition Solutions in Lagos, Nigeria. She is the coordinator in Nigeria for ‘Movement of Life’, a not-for-profit organization which is a part of Dr. Rath Health Foundation in the Netherlands. She is currently the Vice Chairman of Nutrition Society of Nigeria Lagos.
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