Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is Herbalife Nutrition Institute?
A. The Herbalife Nutrition Institute is an informational resource dedicated to promoting excellence in the field of nutrition. The mission of Herbalife Nutrition Institute is to encourage and support research and education on the relationship between good health, balanced nutrition and a healthy, active life.
In addition to offering research and educational material on its Web pages, and sponsoring conferences and symposia, the institute will develop associations with major nutrition science organizations.
The Institute’s website will be the primary communication vehicle, an educational resource for the general public, government agencies and the scientific community about good nutrition and basic health.
Q. Why did Herbalife create the institute?
A. As a global nutrition company, Herbalife is dedicated to advancing the science of nutrition. The company also supports university-based research in nutrition.
Q. Does the institute promote Herbalife® products?
A. No. The institute’s materials (e.g., website, publications, sponsorships, etc.) will not include advertising or promotion of Herbalife® products. The institute Web site, which will be the primary communication vehicle, will be an educational resource for the general public, government agencies and the scientific community on the evolving areas of foods for health and dietary supplements.
Q. Will the institute fund research?
A. No. The institute will not fund research. The goal of the institute is to publish information on nutrition to help educate people.
Q. Will information from non-advisory board members be offered?
A. Yes. There is a process for submitting papers for publication on the site. For additional information on this process email email@example.com.
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