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Rujuta Diwekar

Rujuta Diwekar was voted one of the '50 most powerful people in India' by People magazine and she is one amongst the only 3 Indians in the CNN Asia-Hotlist: 'People to watch out for'. She has more than 20 years of experience as a nutritionist and has Worked for thousands of clients. She is the winner of 'Nutrition award' awarded by Asian Institute of Gastroenterology, Hyderabad. She is also a sports dietitian and has also pursued Sadhana intensive and Teacher training courses, Sivananda Yoga Vedanta academy, Uttarkashi

Rujuta Diwekar Diet Tips And Food Philosophy:

  According to Rujuta, the best and healthiest diet is one that connects you to three things: farm, family, and heritage. And it should be enjoyable rather than difficult. Her focus has always been on combining traditional meals with nutrition science.  

Following are some of the Rujuta Diwekar diet tips for a healthier life:


For Skin:

Exercise and diet have a greater impact on our skin than you might think. Excessive exercise and a poor diet can aggravate acne. Crash diets can have a negative impact on skin health. Start your day with a mixture of soaked raisins and saffron. This combination not only improves the quality of your skin but also ensures that your periods are pain-free. For glowing skin, use garden cress seeds (Halim) in your diet. Make laddoos or soak them in water before adding milk or ghee. You can eat homemade achar to improve your intestinal health. A healthy gut also promotes better sleep and improved vitamin D absorption. Get enough sleep to stay young and beautiful.

For Overall Health And Weight Loss:

Every day, start your day with seasonal fruit or dried fruits rather than a cup of tea or coffee. Ghee is beneficial to one’s health. Consume three to six tablespoons of ghee per day. You can add it to your food or cook it in it if you choose. Concentrate on consuming Indian foods rather than chasing exotic goods. Makhana cooked in ghee or Gond laddoos are delicious healthy snacks. Avoid everything that is not natural, which includes processed foods and artificial sweeteners. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. The colour of your urine can indicate the sufficiency of your water consumption. If it’s yellow, you should drink more water. Reduce your kitchen’s use of plastic. Cook with your iron kadhai. Prefer to cook the food rather than microwave it  

For Hair:

According to Rujuta, Rice is delicious. A basic diet of rice, dal, and ghee can have magical results on the health of your hair. To boost the quality of your hair, use fenugreek seeds (Methi Seeds) in your diet. Do not consume them drenched. However, you can consume them as laddoos or mix them into pumpkin sabzi. Coconut is beneficial to both the skin and the hair. Consume coconut water on a daily basis to prevent hair loss and encourage hair growth. You may also incorporate coconut into your diet by eating chutney or sprinkling it on top of other foods as a garnish. Turmeric can be added to vegetables to make them more flavorful. Turmeric can also be added to a glass of milk.

Rujuta Diwekar Diet Plan

The Rujuta Diwekar diet plan is uncomplicated and inexpensive. The diabetic diet and the other issue-specific diets follow the same basic plan with added guidelines.

Here is the Rujuta Diwekar diet plan which was designed by her during the Fitness Project 2018:

Meal 1 (within 15 minutes of waking up): Seasonal fruit or dry fruits or soaked nuts Meal 2 (within 60 to 90 minutes of meal 1): Homemade breakfast with ghee Meal 3 (within 2 to 3 hours of meal 2): Easy to carry eatables like nuts, coconut water, etc. Meal 4 (within 2 to 3 hours of meal 3): Rice or roti + vegetables or meat or dal + curd or pickle + ghee Meal 5 (within 2 to 3 hours of meal 4): seasonal sherbet or fruit-based drink or buttermilk Meal 6 (between 4 to 6 pm): Wholesome meal similar to breakfast or lunch Meal 7 (2 to 3 hours before meal 8): rice or a millet-based meal with ghee Meal 8 (before sleeping, if hungry): Milk with cashew or gulkand or chyavanprash


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