Disease-relate malnutrition continues to go undetected and untreated, affecting
patients’ lives and posing a significant burden on the healthcare systems and budgets.
However, malnutrition is treatable, and a growing body of evidence demonstrates the
value of medical nutrition in addressing malnutrition.
The MNI Medical Nutrition Dossier “Better care though better nutrition: value and
effects of medical nutrition” addresses the prevalence, causes and consequences of
malnutrition, as well as the health and economic benefits of nutritional care.
A Summary Booklet of the MNI Medical Nutrition Dossier is also available: it
provides a condensed compilation of the evidence presented in the full dossier.
For more information visit MNI website: