Our Vision is to bring nutrition to life for the people who live it
The Nestlé Nutrition Institute is a not-for-profit association established in 1981 with the goal to advance the science of nutrition.
At the Nestlé Nutrition Institute, we have one clear vision:
To bring nutrition science to life through the people who live it; connecting a world of healthcare providers, generating discussion and encouraging relevant conversations.
NNI believes that the more we promote and grow the understanding of nutrition today, the more we can shape the science of tomorrow.
So we foster and disseminate nutrition research to a global audience – sharing a premium range of resources offering both scientific and practical information
We are dedicated to healthcare providers working on the front line
NNI is dedicated to educating and building the capabilities of healthcare professionals working on the front line by sharing all of our premium resources and cutting - edge content free of charge with our elite members.
Members benefit from access to more than 3,000 articles available for download, hundreds of exclusive video presentations from the world’s renowned nutrition experts, and practical content including infographics and presentation slides. We also offer exclusive accredited e-learning and continuous medical education programs that provide practical guidance on the nutrition of infants and children.
Our unique and lively workshops and symposia presentations at congresses generate exciting discussion and thoughtful debate within the scientific community.
We are committed to increase the positive impact of nutrition
We share valuable knowledge with practicing health care professionals and the wider nutrition community in all parts of the world .Our range of topics cover from the first 1,000 day to healthy aging, and cutting-edge science through to sustainable nutrition.
Here is what Key opinion leaders and Health Care providers have to say about us.
Prof. Andrew Prentice
I’m so impressed by the amount of materials that are pulled together in a very neutral way, made available for a whole range of disciplines.
Dr. Carlos Lifschitz
Nutrition is never a very important component of our curricular. The NNI website is a way to keep yourself updated in an area where the majority of doctors have an interest in, but have difficulty addressing.
Prof. Ellen Demerath
NNI is a leader in developing teaching materials and educational resources, for people around the globe to get a quick look at what is cutting-edge and up and coming in nutrition.