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DIETFITY is a partner and resource in health promotion- the process of enabling people to increase control over and improve their health. Our primary focus is promoting good health, healthy and active ageing and preventing chronic diseases.

We provide a range of services that promote healthy living that include; community engaged interventions, targeted programs (individuals and groups), nutrition and health education, outreaches and social support programs.

Christine Nderitu, B.Sc. (FND), MPH

Licensed Nutritionist and Public Health Practitioner

As a licensed Nutritionist and Public Health Practitioner, Christine, helps people lead healthy lifestyles through health promotion and behaviour change solutions that are simple and practical.

Her area of expertise lies in public health nutrition and health promotion with a decade worth of experience in various health areas including HIV/AIDS, Adolescent Health, Maternal and Child Health as well as Non-Communicable Diseases. She is also a columnist in a leading local Daily.

Christine has a keen interest in healthy ageing and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs-lifestyle diseases). She feels that the world needs more stories that celebrate and normalize desired (good and healthy) behaviour, and humanity.

“We have many preventable and often manmade public health issues today.”

A few things we’re great at

Here is what you can benefit from us.

Senior nutrition & wellness

We offer evidence based, simple and easy to understand nutrition and wellness information, in addition to practical solutions that help the older adults in your life enjoy the best quality life.

Nutrition & HEALTH education

We deliver workshops, courses, webinars and talks on nutrition, healthy living, healthy and active ageing and non-communicable diseases while inspiring behaviour change.

Nutrition & health coMMUNICATION 

We create and offer engaging nutrition and health communication content and materials for traditional and new media (internet and social media) to promote positive changes in health behaviours and attitudes. 

Shero the Tribe

Social, economic and political changes in a nation are reflected in the health behaviours of its population. Faster structural changes lead to faster health behaviour changes which could either be beneficial or harmful. We however have a collective power to influence structural changes.

The initiative dubbed shero (Support, Humanize, Engage, Re-educate and Orient) aims to Support individuals, organized groups and organizations that are influencing social and behaviour change by Humanizing social issues through Engagement and Re-education that is beyond personal Orientation.

Shero the tribe is thus a community of progressive thinkers who are working to address inequalities that affect our health and well-being.

We use promotional products and branded merchandise to reach the community. Get in touch with us for promotional merchandise to support and advance your social change work.

You can also shop an individual item for yourself, a friend or family.

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Latest news from our blog

Have a look at the latest articles we have about your health and wellbeing

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Young children include toddlers and preschool children who upto 5 years of age, experience rapid cognitive, social-emotional and physical development.  These developmental changes are accompanied by changing nutrition needs to support the most critical stage of development throughout life.
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How often have you had a drink to ‘help you sleep better’? Well, although moderate alcohol consumption is considered safe, no amount of alcohol is recommended. This is because alcohol affects every individual differently, again also depending on other factors such as a person’s age, sex, […]
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Weight is generally a bigger concern to women than it is to men, and while it could be more psychological for a majority of women, weight largely affects the health of those of reproductive age. This is particularly true because of the influence weight has on […]

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