Book Recommendations | Is Eating at Work good for you?

Editor | Wellness
Eating At Work is a unique offering for every kind of professional. For those with irregular or late-night shifts, for those on the go, for those with sedentary day jobs – whether you are a doctor, a model, a manager or a school teacher – Ishi Khosla understands your constraints and lifestyle and offers you easy-to-follow tips, interesting food knowledge, small-sized capsules of advice and even recipes.

Replete with case studies, food maps, charts (with both scientific and lifestyle information), important diet-related statistics and figures and lively illustrations, this is a must-have for those who want to be fitter, happier and as beautiful on the outside as on the inside!

The book also comes at a time when the government has pushed for a ‘fitter India’ via its Eat Right Movement, Rashtriya Poshan Maah and Fit India declaration

About the author:

Ishi Khosla is a practicing clinical nutritionist, consultant, writer, columnist, researcher, author and entrepreneur. She is actively involved in clinical practice at the Centre for Dietary Counseling in Delhi, and has spearheaded the first of its kind health food company ‘Whole Foods’. Besides this, she has been nominated as a member of the Programme Advisory Committee, Doordarshan Kendra; is a member of the Governing Body of Lady Irwin College, Delhi University; and is a consultant to several organizations. She is the founder of The Celiac Society of India. Ishi lives in New Delhi.

Nina Mehta is a content writer and news reporter, spanning business journalism at NewsMobile, Dow Jones Newswires and Hindustan Times and providing editorial content solutions to corporates like ABC Consulting, Genpact, Strategic Communications & PR and YourNest Angel Investors.

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