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    Ms Neesha Bukht Choksy has done Post Graduation in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, with Sports Science and Nutrition. She is a qualified Fitness Trainer, having been certified by the International Sports Science Association (I.S.S.A.) USA. The training includes specialisation in the areas of strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, and flexibility, exercises for special health conditions, etc. Initially she gained clinical experience in the field of nutrition at Wadia Hospital and Bombay Hospital, and then pursued the fitness field. Since then, I have been working with Talwalkars, an established organisation in the field of health and Fitness, for the last eight years, as a Manager at their Shivaji Park Center in Bombay, as well as consults privately where she handles cases which require lifestyle modification in terms of food and nutrition, weight management, fitness testing, and weight training and cardiovascular conditioning. She has given several talks to promote the advantages of fitness and sound nutrition in maintaining good health. She has also an international contributing writer for bodybuilding.com and protraineronline.com. She has also been a part of avrious health related workshops Other awards and scholarships: - Award for First position in college - Gold Medal from the University of Mumbai for standing first in the university in the T.Y.Bsc.(1996-1997) - Merit Certificate from the University of Mumbai (1996-1997) - National Prize - University of Mumbai - Malti Jayant Scholarship - University of Mumbai (1996-1997) - Avanbhai Jeejeebhoy Muncherjee Jeejeebhoy Scholarship - University of Mumbai (1996-1997) - Lotus Foundation Scholarship - University of Mumbai (1996-1997) - Medal from the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology, and Applied Nutrition for standing First and being the ‘Best Student of the Year’.

Questions Answered by me

The potatoes, which are stored in cold storage have the same amount of carbohydrates as the regular potatoes and would be of the same nutritional...

Answered on : 25 Oct 2006

Eating a variety of nutritious foods will help ensure that she consumes enough calories for her and her baby. Unfortunately, far too often people...

Answered on : 17 Oct 2006

Lotus seeds benefit the spleen, kidney, and heart. The seed also has calming properties that alleviate restlessness, palpitations, and insomnia....

Answered on : 17 Oct 2006

Ginger generally is used for morning sickness during the first trimester of pregnancy. Traditionally the ladoos, which I believe you are referring...

Answered on : 13 Oct 2006

Fruits and vegetables are an important part of the Indian diet. It is recommended that you eat at least five servings or more of fruits and...

Answered on : 06 Oct 2006

Chocolate contains Flavonoids, which are found in a wide array of foods and beverages, such as cranberries, apples, peanuts, chocolate, onions,...

Answered on : 06 Oct 2006

Organic certification is the public’s assurance that products have been grown and handled according to strict procedures without persistent toxic...

Answered on : 05 Sep 2006

The GM diet [photo gallery]...

Answered on : 09 Aug 2006

Alcohol reduces the number of fat calories you burn, increases your appetite and lowers your testosterone levels for up to 24 hours after you...

Answered on : 09 Aug 2006

Nuts have a high content of oil and protein. Most nuts are rich in monounsaturated fat (oleic acid).
Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated...

Answered on : 08 Aug 2006
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