CHEST will offer

  • Training
  • Advocacy
  • Consultancies
  • Interactive seminars and conferences on Health related issues.

  1. Health Institutions
  2. Professional Disciplines
  3. Location of pharmaceutical companies
  4. Wholesalers
  5. Training institutions
  6. Donors and Funders and NGOs in the region


  1. Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages: Before you tear into that bag of potato chips, drink a glass of water first. People sometimes confuse thirst with hunger, so you can end up eating extra calories when an ice-cold glass of water is really all you needed. If plain water doesn't cut it, try drinking flavored sparkling water or brewing a cup of fruit-infused herbal tea.

  2. Be choosy about nighttime snacks: Mindless eating occurs most frequently after dinner, when you finally sit down and relax. Snacking in front of the TV is one of the easiest ways to throw your diet off course. Either close down the kitchen after a certain hour, or allow yourself a low-calorie snack, like a 100-calorie pack of cookies or a half-cup scoop of low-fat ice cream.

  3. Enjoy your favorite foods: Instead of cutting out your favorite foods altogether, be a slim shopper. Buy one fresh bakery cookie instead of a box, or a small portion of candy from the bulk bins instead of a whole bag. You can still enjoy your favorite foods -- the key is moderation.

  4. Eat several mini-meals during the day: If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you'll lose weight. But when you're hungry all the time, eating fewer calories can be a challenge. "Studies show people who eat 4-5 meals or snacks per day are better able to control their appetite and weight," says obesity researcher Rebecca Reeves, DrPH, RD. She recommends dividing your daily calories into smaller meals or snacks and enjoying most of them earlier in the day -- dinner should be the last time you eat.

  5. Eat protein at every meal: Protein is the ultimate fill-me-up food -- it's more satisfying than carbs or fats and keeps you feeling full for longer. It also helps preserve muscle mass and encourages fat burning. So be sure to incorporate healthy proteins like seafood, lean meat, egg whites, yogurt, cheese, soy, nuts, or beans into your meals and snacks.







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  • Prevention is cornerstone to Primary Health Care approach.
  • Prevention of HIV and Aids, Cancer and Communicable diseases
  • Water and sanitation
  • Child Welfare issues etc.
  • These are important issues.
  • CHEST will seek strategic approaches with stakeholders.
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