Rome – 19th March 2019, at the Salesian Pontificia University, Correct Connect Africa Foundation participated at the official launching of Nutrispir+, directed by Pauline Keller-Tsanga from Cameroun.
The Event saw the presence of distinguished guests, which include, ambassadors, bishops from Burkina Faso and Cameroun; medical officials from several countries, such as Belgium, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Luxembourg, Democratic Republic of Congo and the United States.
Nutrispir+ is a dietary supplement made from spirulina and other active ingredients that fight nutritional deficiencies and strengthens the immune system in children and adults. It is one of the most potent nutrient sources available, according to wellnessmama.com.
Dr Jethro Mavungu, a specialist in public health and doctoral student in biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Liège, explained the properties and the numerous health benefits of the product.
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Introducing the brain behind the Nutrispir+, a nutritional supplement made from Spirulina algae, Pauline Keller-Tsanga. The product will be launched on the 19th of March 2019, at the Salesian Pontificial University in Rome.