In 2014, Institute for Public Health conducted second Malaysia Adult Nutrition Survey using the National Health Morbidity Survey as the platform. This survey also covered whole Malaysia, with the aim to describe detail findings in two zones, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia comprising of Sabah and Sarawak. A total of 4,000 nationally representative samples of Malaysian adults in selected households aged between 18 and 59 years old were chosen randomly. The data collection was carried out between March and June 2014. The selected participants were interviewed in their homes, work places and any other vicinity that were comfortable and convenient to them. Similar modules as MANS 2003 were used with additional four modules; food security, food labelling, food intake by food group, and habits in relation to food consumption. There was also a total of 165 itemized food questions in comparison with the 126 in MANS 2003.