Together We CanResolve the Nutritional Paradox
We invite people from all walks of life to generate solutions to innovate ourselves out of the Nutritional Paradox. Join us in our mission to create a future with healthier people, a healthier planet, and a healthier economy.
from 0,000 plants
to only 12 crops and 5 animals to make 75% of our food producing enough calories for 10 bn people already, yet every minute we are cutting forests the size of Necker Island to feed an insane system
STORIES,INFOS AND NEWS
18 May 2020
Nutritional Paradox Solutions
31 January 2020
Bringing the Nutritional Paradox to Austria’s next generation
The current challenges require adaptations, flexibility, and novel approaches. I felt exactly this sort of spirit and I was very pleased with the engagement of the students. Impressive!”
18 December 2019
Redesigning the food system
Chris shared his Nutritional Paradox journey to a mix of professionals from the worlds of academia and local SMEs when we took the opportunity to spread the word about the Nutritional Paradox at the BioEnergy Society of Singapore (BESS) workshop on food technology innovation and start-ups in Singapore.
27 November 2019
The Eco-Business sharing our mission and vision in an insightful article
"How food systems can tackle malnutrition while healing the planet"
04 November 2019
Chris holding a talk at the Singapore Management University
"What do you want to be remembered for?"
08 October 2019
Nutritional Paradox at the Singapore Vegan Festival 2019
27 September 2019
The food, how it is available today, is harming the health of the population and planet.
05 September 2019
We are the generation of the nutritionally-challenged
While genetics play a substantial role in determining whether or not you are susceptible to obesity, our genes have not changed so drastically in the last few decades.
29 July 2019
Our Food Waste Affects the Food System
08 July 2019
Feeling powerless to change a habit? Science tells us that it’s all in your head.
18 June 2019
The burden of being a farmer
From films, books or urban culture in general, it is easy to form the impression that people living in the countryside have it ‘easier’, ‘slower’ or live more ‘relaxed’ lifestyles compared to urban dwellers. Contrary to popular belief, a crop farmer’s life is far from peaceful or stable.
06 June 2019
Letter of Intent signing with Crops for the Future
Chris Langwallner and Sayed Azam-Ali, CEO of Crops for the Future, signing a Letter of Intent for #bambaragroundnut breeding programme.
01 June 2019
The Eco-Business writing about our BEevent
We are very proud to have Asia Pacific's leading digital media company, the Eco-Business, reporting on the efforts of our BEevent and on NamZ's planned products.
27 May 2019
Nutritional Paradox Solutions 2019
At the BEevent 2019, held on May 7 to 10, 2019, local and international senior leaders from diverse backgrounds gathered to collaborate and strategize on resolving the quadruple burden of hunger...
23 May 2019
Nutrition challenges in hyper-urbanising Asia
29 April 2019
A Word from the Initiator of the Nutritional Paradox
13 February 2020
Imagining the future with the Food System Vision Prize 2020
16 January 2020
Creating impact in Italy
“Explaining our approach to alleviating the burdens is always fuelling me with hope, energy and motivation”.
12 December 2019
Chris and Amelia Live on CNA938 Money Mind chatting about the Nutritional Paradox
08 November 2019
Breakthrough Experience Event 2019 Highlights
We are excited to share the highlights of the first Breakthrough Experience Event (BEevent) 2019 where we brought together people from all walks of life to alleviate sustainably the Nutritional Paradox.
21 October 2019
How the Nutritional Paradox got me play tennis with Sir Richard Branson
01 October 2019
The Nutritional Paradox presented at the CSR Asia Summit 2019
19 September 2019
Chris Langwallner and Jade Bourne at the Milken Institute Asia Food Leaders Retreat in Asia
23 August 2019
Going with your gut helps brain function
The foods we consume have a wide range of physiological effects. We can probably all relate to feeling happy after eating chocolate as it boosts your blood sugar, insulin levels and increases endorphins, an effect normally understood by the body as a temporary happiness.
18 July 2019
YSI SEA Showcase 2019
We are supporting YSI SEA (Young Sustainable Impact Southeast Asia) in its mission to empower Southeast Asian youths to solve sustainability challenges with a measurable impact.
03 July 2019
Chris Langwallner at the Asian Venture Philantrophy Network conference on 27 June 2019
06 June 2019
Chris Langwallner talking at the Enterprise SG and AVPN Impact Event on 23 May 2019
Chris felt extremely honoured to be invited as a guest speaker at the Enterprise SG and AVPN Impact Event on 23 May and to be able to share how we at NamZ alleviate the Quadruple-Burden of the Nutritional Paradox in a sustainable manner.
04 June 2019
The 12 crops and 5 animals that feed us
A staggering 75% of our calories come from just 12 crops and 5 animals. However, research shows that 300,000 plants are actually potentially fit for consumption.
01 June 2019
Voices from the BEevent
Wonderful feedback on our BEevent from respected industry members.
26 May 2019
Nutritional Paradox Solutions
Solution 1: Educating the next generation.
15 May 2019
Small diet change - big impact on the globe
Chris, the initator of the Nutritional Paradox tells his story from becoming a flexitarian (no meat during the week) in 2018. Losing 11 kg in weight, saving 56 kg of meat and roughly 500.000 litres of water by just changing his diet a bit. Enjoy the full story on how you can make a big impact on the globe.