WELCOME TO CGNS
The stress factors that affect us in this country are too numerous to mention. Physical and mental are vital in today’s demanding times. CGNS is a company that is specialized in bringing professionals and the general public together with a view to harness products and services and specially designed for the optimization of the mind and body. CGNS offers to the general public qualified nutritional, physical and mental health professionals and a variety of informative material books, seminars and workshops to optimize your mind and body performance. View our products and services, and from all of us at CGNS, we wish you optimal health for your mind and body.
Epigenetic Nutrition Educator
Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner
Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner
Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku is an Epigenetic Nutrition Educator, she specialises in overall wellness with special interests in malnutrition and premature ageing. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Health and Nutrition Education from Hawthorn University, Whitethorn, California, and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Genetics from the University of Calabar, Cross Rivers State, Nigeria.
She is the founder of the CeliaPenny Gene-Nutrition Solutions in Lagos, Nigeria. She is also the President of a not-for-profit organisation CeliaPenny Foundation for the Prevention of Malnutrition in Africa.
She is currently coordinating Health Professionals for Cellular Medicine in Nigeria. She is also the coordinator of ‘Movement of Life’ a not-for-profit organisation which is a part of Dr. Rath Health Foundation in the Netherlands. She acts as a bridge between the medical experts / researchers around the world and the lay public. She simplifies and communicates nutritional information to give understanding on safe and affordable local foods that are nutrient dense. This will help eradicate Health Illiteracy and Prevent Malnutrition in our communities.
She has an interest in improving the lives of other people and does not advocate a fad diet which is transient. Neither does she propose that any one-miracle food or drink can cure you of the incurable and make you an overnight super-model. She encourages you to ‘birth a habit’.
She believes in timely medical attention when needed. Given the current nutrient depletion from our foods, we all need nutrients through supplements. However supplements in high doses for specific reasons should be taken under the supervision of a competent health practitioner who is familiar with any unfavourable side effects. Her passion for preventing premature ageing (a result of malnutrition), by restoring the body's biochemical balance is evident. Being over 55 and looking great proves her point - it is doable!!!