• Brief Profile


    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

Try this for variation:
Breakfast-

  • Oats porridge - 1 big bowl
  • 1 medium glass low fat skim milk
  • 1 cup...
  • Answered on : 03 Oct 2008

    Calcium needs change during one's lifetime. Older men need more calcium. This is because, as you age, your body becomes less efficient at...

    Answered on : 20 Sep 2008

    The basic principle of weight gain is simple: She needs to consume more calories than she expends.

    • Eat more calories - The...
    Answered on : 18 Aug 2008

    A nutritionally balanced diet provides adequate protein, and a vegetarian diet can provide the proper combination of plant proteins to achieve...

    Answered on : 23 Jul 2008

    The difference lies in the content of their protein and vitamins. Since different companies make them, there may be a minute difference in their...

    Answered on : 05 Jul 2008

    Here are a few things that you need to keep in mind for his meals:
    First of all, get him to eat small, frequent meals instead of three big...

    Answered on : 30 Jun 2008

    Appetite decreases with heat partly because the body is trying to keep cool. All of the body's functions, including digestion, create heat within...

    Answered on : 30 Jun 2008

    Yes, alcohol can make you gain weight especially around the abdominal area. If you must, have it once a week with either water, soda or tonic...

    Answered on : 12 Jun 2008

    The proteins of non-vegetarian source that you can take are , fish, meat etc. For vegetarians try soya, tofu, cheese, pulses- rajmah, ...

    Answered on : 04 Jun 2008

    Whey proteins are a good source of amino acids and aid in improving the body’s immune system by acting as an antioxidant. Whey protein supplements...

    Answered on : 26 May 2008
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