Radhika is a doctorate and certified human nutritionist & food scientist who has worked roles in hospital settings, food industry innovation labs, and as a dedicated researcher in many institutes. Radhika’s focus revolves around the convergence of nutrition and food technology, coupled with a steadfast commitment to environmentally sustainable practices. She has garnered recognition through presenting at CAAST-NC (World Bank project), numerous awards for both oral and poster presentations on national and international platforms, including AOAC, and have contributed publications to reputable publishers like Taylor & Francis, Elsevier, and USDA. Additionally, Radhika has shared her expertise by delivering lectures at different government platforms to her credit.
She aims to integrate nutrition and food science knowledge for the benefit of readers, making life significantly easier and healthy in the long term.
"My approach to health revolves around the belief that our priorities encompass the meaningful and significant aspects of our lives. Prioritizing health demands requires significant dedication, honesty, and constant motivation. The key secret lies in incorporating occasional cheat meals as a rewarding strategy, propelling oneself forward on the journey to a long-term well-being. Although challenging, the pursuit of making health a priority yields remarkable satisfying results."
20 Foods Bad for Kidneys (Plus Kidney-Friendly Diet)
Groups of foods bad for your kidneys: Minerals and kidney health Research suggests an association between Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and inadequate intake of some minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, iron, and zinc (2). However, an excess of minerals —notably processed sources —can also compromise kidney function. This is because minerals exist in a very […]
What Foods Help Lower Blood Sugar? Low Sugar Foods List
Best foods that help regulate blood sugar & promote metabolic health Natural whole foods such as diverse fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Besides, these foods also provide sustainable energy for your metabolic health. To maintain a balanced diet, it’s important to include nutrient-dense, unprocessed, and unpackaged foods in […]