About Me

I  am a clinical nutritionist and a lifestyle activist.

A gold medalist from Delhi University. My career has spanned 14 years across nutrition counselling, research, digital healthcare, patient support programs, pharmaceutical and public health sectors.

I have experience and expertise in patient support programs, clinical behavior and digital wellness – and considerable experience in leading multiple wellness as well as training projects.

I supervise and train counselors, medical officers, and fitness trainers. I specialize in holistic programs on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), with focus on soft-skill training, behavior as well as therapeutic counselling, and capacity building.

I have a proven ability to provide medical attention to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and multiple sclerosis, along with a demonstrated background in nutrition data mining and data curation.

My primary exposure has been to public health, pharmaceuticals, medical, technology and research sectors with focus on Public Private Partnership and patient advocacy.


Patient Support Programs

Curated about 7 PSPs and leading the projects with various partners like pharma giants and health-tech start ups


Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes

300+ doctors referring clinical cases
18000+ lives touched


Domain and Soft Skills Training

Trained around 2500+ paramedics on diabetes education.
500+ dietitians on nuances in nutrition counselling.
100 business managers from Sanofi.


Corporate Wellness Plans

1000+ employees benefitted

83 % can manage daily work-life stress better

Sick leaves reduced by 38 %





My Approach

I believe in mindful eating. The practice of mindfulness has helped hundreds of my clients to live more intentionally and develop the skills necessary to manage weight, chronic pain, disease, depression, sleeping problems, and anxiety. It also has become the focus of an approach to eating that fulfils the criteria necessary in changing one’s overall approach to eating. I believe that without behaviour change, a diet is useless. Although we pay significant attention to studying diets to determine which is the most effective, we still come up with the same answer: they are all effective in the short term, and none is effective in the long term.

Mindful eating (i.e., paying attention to our food, on purpose, moment by moment, without judgment) is an approach to food that focuses on individuals’ sensual awareness of the food and their experience of the food. It has little to do with calories, carbohydrates, fat, or protein. The purpose of mindful eating is not to lose weight, although it is highly likely that those who adopt this style of eating will lose weight. The intention is to help individuals savour the moment and the food and encourage their full presence for the eating experience.

Pariksha is a delight to work with. She is extremely knowledgeable, conscientious, hard-working and ambitious. She is very modest and unassuming and delivers more than she promises.

Debashis Bhattacharya

Global Patient Safety Physician, Eli Lilly and Company

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