Golden nutrition and SQ education

14 October, 2011

Vietnam is always awarded with golden medal in the International Olympic for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry; however, we only win low rank for sports competitions in international arena due to the athletes’ lower advantage in strength, height and durability compared with the rivals. So how can we give birth to the generation able to win the double golden medal in terms of strength and intelligence?

Realization of national desire by Golden formula

The concerns about body height and strength of Vietnamese generations have been analyzed at Conference “Golden nutrition and SQ education” organized on 30th September by Wel Nutrition- United States in Ho Chi Minh City. The General Director of KIDO Company – a Partner of Wel Nutrition US said that: “Contacting the Vietnamese children generations born and grown up in US, I find that they are more active and intelligent than other children in their hometown, especially the height”.
This is understandable. According to nutrition and education experts, the child development depends on three factors, in which hereditary gene accounts for 20% while 80% belongs to nutrition and living environment. Fortunately, these later factors can be influenced by human beings.

Master Aimee Cima, nutrition expert from U.S shares the nutritious difference between U.S and Vietnamese children at the conference.

Mr. Paul Wrobel, nutrition expert from Europe shares the nutritious difference between European and Vietnamese children at the conference. Photo by: Wel Nutrition

U.S Nutrition expert Aimee Cima and German nutrition expert Paul Wrobel analyzed the difference in diet and eating habit of Vietnamese children compared with European and American children. Children of 1-3 years old in US drink milk products 2-3 times/day, those of 8-10 year olds 4 times/day; while Vietnamese children drink milk less and irregularly. The deficiency in this golden nutrition is one of the reasons to make the height, strength of Vietnamese children less than those of European and U.S children.

The most significant factor affecting the height of Vietnamese people is nutrition. In April 2011, the Prime Minister approved the Master Plan on developing physical strength and height of Vietnamese people in 2011-2030 period to step by step improve the race of Vietnamese. “New height” is not only private desire but also the national expectation. Golden nutrition is the first priority of the optimum formula concluded at the conference: Golden generation = Golden nutrition + SQ education

SQ development Focus (Social Quotient)

Living in the flat world, the interaction, cooperation, group working skills, communication, and integration skills become more and more important to everybody. Therefore, social quotient (SQ) becomes the factor deciding the success of each person in the society: “Actually, there are many intelligent children those are able to work independent. However, regarding the need of working with other people, they fail to cooperate since they lack necessary social skills, fail to know how to adopt and adapt with the surrounding relationship and not react actively in such relationships. Therefore, they are difficult to achieve success in the modern society”.

Psychology Doctor Huynh Van Son answers the questions by parents about children SQ education.

In addition to some suggestion about proper measures to help SQ development for children of 6-11 years old, doctor Huynh Van Son cooperates with Wel Nutrition U.S to develop SQ, facilitating the orientation for children of 3-10 years old. Together with golden nutrition, SQ education will be a perfect formula as foundation to develop golden generation of Vietnam in the next 10 – 20 years.

In order to provide golden nutrition for Vietnamese children, Wel Nutrition U.S introduces Wel Grow luxury pasteurized milk product added with Immuno Power System with optimum ratio of essential nutrients for children in the growth period including DHA&ARA, FOS and Zinc.

Source: Nhuan Nguyen – Information provided by Wel Nutrition U.S