Anita Mirchandani, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., received a B.A. from NYU and a M.S. in clinical nutrition from NYU. After finishing her studies and completing a dietetic internship at New York-Presbyterian hospital in 2011, Anita is now a practicing registered dietitian.
Anita also maintains current fitness certifications in indoor cycling, kickboxing, group exercise and personal training. Anita co-founded FitMapped, a "trip advisor' for fitness as well as, Sweat Sync, a social platform for fellow enthusiasts.
How are local consumers supposed to make smarter food choices if there aren't products available? To my surprise, though, I did find some relatively healthy options to replace saturated fats, sugary bars and <em>maida</em> pasta at the recent Nutra India Summit. Here's my take.
After my most recent visit to India, I started taking note of all the products I wanted that were missing from the shelves of local retail chains like Reliance Fresh, Big Bazaar, Nature's Basket and Hypercity. Below is a list consumer goods that I predict would fly off the shelves in India.