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Rujuta Diwekar works out of Mumbai, practises yoga in Rishikesh, ideates in Uttarkashi and treks in the rest of the Indian Himalayas. Winner of the Nutrition Award 2010 from Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, she is amongst the most qualified and sought-after practitioners in India today an...View More
Rujuta Diwekar works out of Mumbai, practises yoga in Rishikesh, ideates in Uttarkashi and treks in the rest of the Indian Himalayas. Winner of the Nutrition Award 2010 from Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, she is amongst the most qualified and sought-after practitioners in India today and the only nutritionist to have accreditation from Sports Dietitians, Australia. Her first book has sold over two lakh copies in four languages and is still in national bestseller lists, more than a hundred weeks after its debut.
\nIn the plethora of diet fads and fears, Rujuta s voice rings loud and clear, urging us to use our common sense and un-complicate the act of eating. With over a decade of experience working with people from all walks of life, including Kareena Kapoor, Anil Ambani, Preity Zinta, Karishma Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan and Konkona Sen Sharma, she has fine-tuned her methods to the real issues facing urban Indians.
\n\n\nHow different is this book from her first one
\nThis book is different from her first in several ways. First, she concentrates solely on women as her subject. She covers issues and diet predicaments that are specific to women. She gives very specific advice on what girls/women can do to remain healthy/strong in each phase of their life.
\nHer chapter on lifestyle disorders is extensive: as we now know, PCOD and hypothyroid have become rampant (Outlook is currently doing a story on endocrine disorders) and there is no information out there for Indian women on why these disorders affect us, and how simple changes in diet, exercise can make such a difference.
\nWhile in 'Don't Lose Your Mind' Rujuta spoke about the four principles of eating,here she moves on to explaining her four strategies for a healthy lifestyle. She moves beyond food to also cover exercise, sleep (again, a crucial aspect to health which is not spoken about) and relationships.
|Translated By||Prof. Rekha Diwekar|