Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
I am Nitinn shroff; I have a master’s degree in nutrition. I am a meditation facilitator and one of the leading dietitian and nutrition consultants.
I am a founder of 7Nutrients, the diet clinic. With a keen knowledge of science about human well-being, I strive to help people achieve their fitness goals with easy-to-follow, enjoyable diet and workout programs while staying stuck to the tagline “what you eat becomes what you are”.
I have a passion for cooking and was fortunate enough to make a career out of it.
How are you and your services helping society?
Nutrition and the right diet programs are mandatory to maintain good health. I have qualified in diet therapy with a master’s and many certifications. And have over 5 years of experience, making me a qualified nutritionist.
Diet charts are not one size fits; hence one must only approach to dietitian and ask them about personalised diet programs based on the requirements and medical conditions to avoid any side effects.
Providing good nutrition programs and educating people with proper nutrition knowledge, backed by scientific evidence and research, helps society make the right choices from credible sources.
What are your vision and mission-
I believe in ethical practices in this field because I am dealing with people’s health here. My only mission is to make society live up to its potential with the help of the right food which is suitable and readily available in their community.
To make my society healthy and strong.
What are your hobbies and interests other than your profession-
Meditation practice is something that keeps me going. Apart from it, I prefer to travel. Like every 90 days, I plan one 7-8 days tour in any state,
I like to try different cuisines. And also believe in any on-ground activities like cricket or badminton to come out of stressful hours.
Any advice to readers-
Your body always has something to say. It also tells what it needs at times. The more you meditate, the more you connect with your body.
And keep any physical activity in your daily routine.
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