Vitagen Malaysia - The World Digestive Health Day

Petaling Jaya , 18th May 2017 - The World Digestive Health Day of preliminary result of the Clinical Study Research study by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia is set to be announced in conjunction with World Digestive Health Day 2017 (WDHD), which will be officiated by the Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia, Yang Berhormat Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi Bin Haji Yahaya.

Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia, Yang Berhormat Dato’ Seri Dr Hilmi Bin Haji Yahaya truly hope that the World Digestive Health Day celebration will serve as a reminder to all Malaysians to take care of their digestive health.The state of the rakyat’s digestive health is apparent when looking at the Health Facts 2016 released by the Ministry of Health. It was revealed that diseases of the digestive system were the #4 principal cause of hospitalisation in private hospitals, #7 principal cause of hospitalisation in MoH hospitals, and #6 principal cause of death recorded in in both MoH and private hospitals.
For the ninth consecutive year, VITAGEN Healthy Digestion Programme (VHDP) will once again commemorate World Digestive Health Day (WDHD) in a bid to raise awareness of digestive health among Malaysians. The inaugural road show in conjunction with the launch of WDHD 2017 will be held at Lower Ground, Centre Court, One Utama Shopping Centre from May 17-21, 2017.
VITAGEN’s Continuous Support
VHDP has been relentlessly promoting the importance of good digestive health since 2008. With the collaboration of expert bodies such as Digestive Health Malaysia Society (DHM), Nutrition Month Malaysia (NMM) programme, the Positive Parenting (PP) programme, and the National Cancer Council (MAKNA), VHDP provides expert information and free health checks to raise the public’s awareness level on digestive health and prevention measures.
The topline results of a landmark Clinical Study Research by Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia revealed that consumption of cultured milk drinks that contain Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei, has various overall health benefits.

This year-long study spearheaded by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) is the first of its kind conducted in Malaysia, and is highly relevant as it uses Malaysians as research subjects against the local backdrop of Malaysian diet and lifestyle habits. The research team, led by Principle Investigator and Senior Consultant Gastroenterologist, Professor Dr Raja Affendi Raja Ali, will continue to monitor and record the results of the study until its completion.
VITAGEN, as the market leader for the past 40 years, continues to champion and promote digestive care via public outreach campaign and school programmes. Furthermore with the greater concern of improving overall wellbeing through immunity, mental clarity and mood, VITAGEN has been supporting and working closely with Pusat Perubatan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (PPUKM) in an in-depth research on the correlation of good bacteria and the improvement of health wellbeing.


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