Diet is the number 1 cause of non-communicable diseases, such as obesity, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and diabetes.
Malaysia is rated the fattest country in South East Asia, and one of the fattest in the world, with the prevalence of diabetes rising rapidly.
Nurturing a positive diet behaviour at a young age reduces the probability of your child being struck down early by an NCD later in life, and reduces the chance of suffering from being overweight.
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BETTER THAN CURE
Nurturing healthier, brighter and more
DID YOU KNOW?
Higher consumption of specific foods, such as fruits, vegetables, or dairy products, is associated with better grades among students.
When it comes to helping your children achieve their better selves, it is essential that they develop good food behaviours. It is the responsibility of parents to nurture good food behaviour of their child.
That’s why Vircle is all about building new habits that make your children feel great and achieve more academically.
THE NURTURING GAP
Parents using conventional school payment methods have neither control nor visibility of what their children purchase and consume - therefore they cannot nurture. We call this the Nurturing Gap.
NURTURING AN IMPORTANT LIFE SKILL
Using Vircle parents can help their children develop their children’s purchase and consumption behaviour, so that it becomes an important foundation skill for their lives.
KIDS 12 & BELOW
For younger kids, parents can select food using the food traffic light system.
By selecting healthy options, parents can train kids taste buds at an early age and protect them from harmful foods and drinks.
Parents can give older kids the responsibility of selecting their own food.
The food traffic light system enables parents to monitor their child’s purchasing behaviour and intervening when required.