The knowing-doing gap in nutrition: Why it exists and how to fix it

Global Health Theatre
Supporting mental and physical wellbeing
  • Despite advances in nutrition science, there is a vast knowing-doing gap, as attested to by the epidemic of obesity ravaging most societies
  • Difficulties in translating nutrition science into marketplace innovation is a result of failures at multiple levels - from the research laboratory to the end-consumer
  • Discussing key elements that contribute to this failure and offering a fresh perspective on how the translational gap in nutrition innovation can be bridged
Jon Benninger, Vice President - Health & Nutrition Network (US)
Swaminathan Subramaniam, Principal Consultant - Nutrea