A food first approach to a Healthy and Happy life!
Online Nutrition Consultation
Are you tired of counting calories at every meal?
Food is more than just calories. Every bite of food that you take, contains information that interacts with your gene and affects your health. Healthy eating is not a phase of dieting, rather a way of life that improves your health and fitness. Whether you want to lose weight or manage health conditions like type 2 diabetes, hypertension, PCOS, hypothyroidism or improve your gut health, Pragmatic Nutrition is the right place for you.
Mindful eating will help you in identifying your hunger and satiety cues and thereby understand your portion sizes better. You are unique in your genetic make-up, the diversity of your microbiota, your food choices, physical activity levels and health parameters. Therefore "one size doesn't fit all" when it comes to nutrition.
Customized meal plans to suit your cuisine and food preferences.
How will your health improve?
We don't just manage the symptoms, we work on identifying the root cause and addressing the issue. Health is beyond a number on the weighing scale. It's also about improving your energy levels, your metabolic health and working on emotional eating.
Pragmatic Nutrition approach
Are you tired of trying different diets and not being able to follow it long term. We have the perfect nutrition program for you. We work on the four facets of your health to lead a healthy lifestyle. Discover mindful eating and learn to distinguish between physical and emotional hunger.
Personalized meal plan
Meal plan based on your food preferences
No fad diets. Every plan involves several hours of research based on your health condition.
A holistic approach on integrating your physical and emotional well-being.
Transform your health from the comfort of your home
Vijay Vallabh, National Manager, Proactive, New Zealand
We were very impressed with Meenu's detail in adolescent nutrition and its relationship to exercise and have used her presentation and knowledge to great effect in the adolescent population.