Priyanshi Bhatnagar

US Certified Holistic Nutritionist

  • How does one find out whether or not they are getting the required nutrients?

    Eating Right Nutrition allows you to enjoy vareity of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and low-fat dair foods that are packed with the nutrients you need for a Healthy body, without creating any bad cravings. In addition, you will feel energetic, strengthened & active whole of the day with good metabolism and natural glow. If you feel reverse of it like lazy or bloated or weak then your Regular Nutrition is not Proper.

  • What are the 3 things every successful nutritionist must-have?


  • How often do you indulge in cheat meals?

    For me there is no cheat meals, because cheat word leads to gulit and shame. I do have pleasure meals 2 times in every week or on occasions.

  • Should one opt for yoga and exercising or going to the gym to remain fit?

    Well any kind of Physical exercise is important ,so it depends on your ease and your comfort in which you enjoy the most and you are consistent with in long terms.

  • What is your guilty meal?

    I dont have any guilty meal beacuse either i eat Healthy meals or Unhealthy( Pleasure meals) ,no guilt or shame is associated with my meals. Its important to establish a Healthy relationship with food .

  • Is it important to wave off junk food from our diets?

    No! Elimination of any food group from your diet is never a good Solution. Instead keeping it in Moderation ( example once a week ) is a good aproach.

  • What is your biggest concern at your job? How do you manage it?

    Nutritionists will always run into people who do not have an easy time changing their lifestyle. In such situations, it is important to distinguish ourselves by showing that we are willing to stay focused and diplomatic. Show empathy when clients are struggling Know how to change a client's nutritional plan Stick to clear nutrition goals

  • Is it good to take in nutrient supplements?

    It is useless to give a nutrient supplement unless the person is on a low-calorie diet. It is always preferable to take nutrients organically from fruits, vegetables, Nuts, seeds and lentils.

  • What food should and should not be consumed during pregnancy?

    Mother-to-be's diet should include a variety of healthy foods and beverages to provide the important nutrients a baby needs for growth and development. The key nutrients to include are more calcium, folic acid, iron and protein. Foods to avoid are alcohol,caffeine, fish with high levels of mercury such as swordfish, shark, king mackerel, marlin etc, raw or undercooked meat and eggs, Unpasteurised milk and dairy products. Best is to consult a nutritionist as every women body requirements are different.

  • Are online blogs and vlogs a good source of learning nutritional science?

    In general, blogs should not be considered a reliable scholarly source. While some of them are written by real experts and can be great sources for some topics, many are strongly opinionated and can lack the professionalism expected in a scholarly source,as are written by a normal blogger. Its good to Join a Registered Nutrition course,or check government authorized website for info like WHO, AND, FDA etc. Also can study good trusted books written by nutrition experts.

  • What are the 3 things every successful nutritionist must-have?


  • What kind of fat is good to consume?

    Healthy unsaturated Fats are always good and important for our body like omega 3&6 essential fatty acids, which are found in Nuts, seeds, Plant based oils, some fish and seafood. But Maintaining the Balanced ratio of them is also very important.

  • What course should an aspiring nutritionist sign up to become a professional?

    Hi, I appreciate your focus towards nutrition career. Well Nutrition field itself has many vast sub categories. Going forward for any of them requires your life long interest, as it's not single field, you need to understand the base of every niche you pick and working area. Being a Nutritionist, ill recommend you to first analyse your interest of area and your life goals. Every field have challenges but if you are ready to learn throughout the life you will get success. Nutrition needs lot of studies, throughout your life. Try to search the fields, job roles and areas of expertise, you will get an idea what suits you best.

  • Is it important to completely rule out sugar from the diet?

    Sugars (Simple carbohydrates) are the first energy source in form of glucose the body goes want. They are much faster to break down into energy than their protein and fat counterparts. And, at the end of the day, we eat for energy. We need energy. Therefore, we need to eat, but adding the right form of sugar in the Daily diet is important.

  • Since you are a nutritionist, do your family and acquaintance use this to their benefit?

    Definitely yes ! Creating Healthy eating habbit is an art,and if you know this art than you can always use this with your closed Ones to reap the good Health benefits. I am here to establish Healthy relationship with food.

  • What is your favorite meal?

    Breakfast kick-starts your metabolism, helping you burn calories throughout the day.

  • What is your go-to diet?

    Anything Simple and Natural , from a Bowl of Salad to a wholegrain vegetable Porridge bowl. Most importantly quick and fresh !

  • What are the good sources of protein for vegetarians?

    There are so many protein sources for vegeterians with additional nutrients in them like lentils, beans, green vegetables, low fat Dairy and products, soy ,Nuts, and many more.

  • Is it important to constantly measure and regulate calorie intake?

    Count Nutrients, Not Calories ! It is the type of food, not the number of calories that we should be focusing on. When you take the time to evaluate the nutritional value of your food rather than focusing solely on calories, you will find yourself making more informed decisions about your diet.

  • Chocolate has some benefits. Is it safe to eat chocolate in moderation?

    Good chocolate, which is to say Dark chocolate, with a cocoa percentage of around 70% or more, is good for us. Chocolate is good for the heart, circulation and brain, and it has been suggested that it may be beneficial in such major heath challenges as autism, obesity and  diabetes. Dark chocolate is packed with beneficial minerals such as potassium, zinc and selenium, and a 100g bar of dark choco provides 67 per cent of the RDA of iron. A Single piece is okay to have daily.