Vitamin D and calcium intake calculator from CNAG

Friday, Jul 13, 2018

  • An interactive tool developed by CNAG for parents to calculate daily vitamin D and calcium intake of their child

The Child Nutrition Advisory Group (CNAG) was established in October 2010. It is a non-profit making medical association formed by a group of healthcare professionals including paediatricians, Obstetrics & Gynaecology doctors, dietitians and midwives. The mission of CNAG is to address nutrition and dietary problems surrounding those who are planning pregnancy, expectant mothers going through different pregnancy stages, infant and young children. CNAG endeavors to increase the awareness of these problems among Hong Kong healthcare professional and parents. CNAG is also dedicated to providing evidence based tips and nutrition knowledge to empower parents, so they can support their children with the right nutrition to grow up healthily.


Nutrition tools

The CNAG website has nutritional tools developed for parents

  • Vitamin D and calcium intake calculator
  • BMI calculator

Visit CNAG website to view nutrition tools


Scientific meetings

CNAG regularly holds scientific meetings with local and overseas experts to exchange knowledge and experience on hot topics surrounding maternal and infant nutrition.

Visit CNAG website to see highlight reports from past meetings



Public workshops

Nutrition workshops are held for the public, where infant nutrition knowledge is raised in different target groups through health talks and cooking demonstrations by dietitians.

Visit CNAG website to see highlight reports from past workshops



Educational booklets

CNAG has developed a series of educational booklets for the public and parents to understand more about the importance of maternal and infant nutrition, along with practical tips to achieving a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Visit CNAG website to view educational booklets


For more information, please visit HCP corner of CNAG website here



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