The Nutritionist

  • Global child nutrition month-April
    Global Child Nutrition Month is a month-long awareness campaign focused on promoting good nutrition for children around the world. The campaign is celebrated every year in April to raise awareness about the importance of proper nutrition for children's health and well-being. In essence, children represent the future, and it's crucial … Read more
  • Following a restrictive diet? read this.
    Many people adopt a restrictive diet for various reasons, such as weight loss, improving their health, or religious and cultural beliefs. While some restrictive diets may offer short-term benefits, they can also have several negative consequences on both physical and mental health in the long run. What is a restrictive … Read more
  • Top 5 benefits of bone broth
    Bone broth has gained popularity in the recent past for its benefits with the latest being added to the breakfast menu. More people are having bone broth first thing in the morning as a health drink. As to whether this is right or wrong, I will say the timing does … Read more
  • To many firsts
    My lovely friend wrote a piece titled "Finding me again" and it triggered a lot of thoughts and I decided to pen them down. As the year 2022 came to a close, a lot of changes happened in my life, many of which I do not have permission to share. … Read more
  • Get to know me, 2023 edition. Happy new year
    Five days as I write this into the new year and the year does not look bad at all. For me at least. I wonder how your new year is going. Resolutions are still in their happy season for many, big ambitions and dreams are high up there and I … Read more
  • Mindful eating
    Do you ever think about what you are eating at table or are you the kind who just gets food down your throat amidst a million things going on? I am a big advocate of listening to your body when you give it food but this is almost impossible if … Read more
  • Healthy Weight
    The concept of healthy weight has become more popular, especially in the wake of increasing Non-communicable diseases (NCDs). A healthy weight is a number associated with a low risk of weight-related diseases and health issues. Although healthy weight guidelines have been developed at population levels, each person’s healthy weight range … Read more
  • Understanding food cravings
    It is most often assumed that the emergence of a food craving might be driven by some nutrient deficiency and while this has some truth to it, not entirely. Do you know what food cravings are? A food craving is an intense almost insatiable desire to eat a specific type … Read more