Survey Prove Women Prioritize Families Compared to Their Health
Jakarta, Few Indonesian women are trying to apply a healthy diet and exercise regularly. In fact, 90% of women are aware that a healthy and active lifestyle is beneficial to take care of the family and play an active role in the community. The study shows that the majority of Indonesian women do not live a healthy and active lifestyle, even though 90 percent are aware of the importance of the disease. Indonesian women 2017 organized by Fonterra Brands Indonesia as one of the world's leading companies in the field of dairy nutrition and Osteoporosis Association of Indonesia (PEROSI). From the results of the survey can be underlined if Indonesian women have strong mothering instincts and values adopted in running his life . Not only that, 2 (two) of 3 (three) respondents also expressed fear of not being able to take care of the family in the old days because of the limitations caused by health problems. Those problems include, bone, joint, and muscle diseases. The majority of the women surveyed prioritize physical health and wellbeing in the second lowest rank of the five priorities in their lives. That's because they focus more on family health and wellbeing than themselves.From the results of the survey is also known, 9 out of 10 women do not eat nutritious and balanced diet. While 8 out of 10 other women admitted not exercising regularly, despite worrying about his health problems.
The main reason, many women consider that their health is good and as much as 76% claim themselves active. In fact, many women prioritize health, nutrition, and exercise in the lowest position. the survey also revealed many health problems, including problems in bones, joints and muscles. Nearly 60% of women suffer from back and muscle problems, even as many as 67% of them do nothing to prevent or treat the problem. As a result left alone, this problem can reduce the ability of women to take care of themselves and family. According dr. Andi Kurniawan Sp.KO, Sports Medicine Specialist, PEROSI Secretary General, This study reveals that Indonesian women fear bone, joint, and muscle diseases can limit mobility, as well as their ability to take care of the family. This study should be a warning to all Indonesian women that they should start prioritizing their own health and wellbeing. The good news is that bone, joint and muscle health can be obtained by changing diet and exercise. Based on data obtained from the World Health Organization (WHO), bone, joint, and muscle diseases can be a major barrier to healthy and active life. This disease is the second largest cause of disability worldwide. 2 (two) out of 5 (five) sufferers are limited in activity. The limitations of physical activity due to bone, joint, and muscle disease increased by 45% from 1990 to 2010. In addition, Rohini Behl, Marketing Director, Fonterra Brands Indonesia said, Indonesian people do not prioritize their health by living an active lifestyle or eating foods healthy. This is especially true for women, who play a leading role in family and society. On this International Women's Day, we want to highlight the statistics of our survey and what Indonesian women can do to pay more attention to their health and well-being, not just for the sake of themselves but also for the sake of their loved ones, he continued. In keeping with this mission, Fonterra and ANLENE also launched ANLENE #TetapBisa, a movement that supports WHO's global mission to reduce the number of physical activity shortages by 10 percent by 2025 (Bone Joint Decade 2000 - 2010) World Health Organization (WHO). We would like to invite Indonesian women to prioritize their health and wellbeing by eating nutritious and balanced foods, including consuming milk that can support healthy bones, joints and muscles for a healthier and happier Indonesia, explained Rohini. We are pleased to be able to continue the long-term cooperation long with PEROSI through this movement to help the Indonesian people achieve a healthy lifestyle. In addition, we believe the brand ambassadors of ANLENE, Titi Rajo Bintang and Indy Barends - both live a healthy and active lifestyle - are inspirational role models that can help convey important messages to maintain bone, joint and muscle health through exercise and diet, Rohini added Fonterra Brands Indonesia also launched a new formula ANLENE MoveMax ™ which provides a unique combination of nutrients to support mobility and freedom of movement. With this new formula, Indonesians can live an active and healthy lifestyle through bones, joints and muscles strong.dr. Andi Sp.KO recommends, Physical activity or regular exercise is important to keep your bones, joints, and muscles strong and healthy. To achieve maximum results, physical exercise should be regular and measurable, at least 30 minutes per day, 5 times a week. In addition, daily consumption of nutrients is important to keep bones, joints and muscles strong and healthy as important. So you can move and feel as young as you feel.For over 10 years, Fonterra has been maintaining bone health in Indonesia through the brand of ANLENE which is widely known as an expert in bone nutrition and is the leader of milk brand for adults in Asia. Currently, ANLENE offers a range of dairy products that are not only high in calcium but also contain Collagen and Protein and other essential nutrients specially formulated for optimal bone, joint and muscle health. Indonesian women # Can be healthy and bone-free, joint, and muscular with regular eating healthy nutritious foods, one of them by consuming milk ANLENE, and regular exercise. To find out the nutritional content of ANLENE, please see here. (Adv / adv)