Dt. Ruchi Meena

Dt. Ruchi Meena
Dietitian, Thane

MH.Sc(Food Science & Nutrition)&, BH,Sc(Clinical Nutrition &Dietetics), CDE, Phlebotomist

Dt. Ruchi Meena is passionate about Dietetics and Nutrition as she has done B.Sc (Home Science) Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics and M.Sc( Home Science) Food & Nutrition. Her area of interests in the field of nutrition are weight management, diabetes management and sports nutrition. She worked at Pretti slim clinic in Mumbai where she has provided diet and nutrition counseling to clients and prepared and monitored diet plans on a weekly basis. Also, she worked as Research Assistant at the Imperial weight centre ( Imperial College London), Charring Cross Hospital (London). She was certified in Good Clinical practices(UK based) and then involved in a clinical research trial(NN 8022-1839). She was actively involved in this study and assisted the investigators with blood handling and data management. During this study,  she also completed phlebotomy training and training  Inform(EDC -electronic data capture system) and IWRS( Interactive Web Response System) and Also she shadowed all dietary counseling session which are provided by the trial Research Dietitian.She was also involved in Diabetes UK as an event volunteer and involved running Diabetes UK  awareness stands in several communities across London where she was responsible for distributing information relating to the signs and symptoms of type 1 & 2  diabetes, risk factors and Healthy lifestyle. Also attended diabetes UK Healthy lifestyle Roadshows where she raised awareness of the type 2 diabetes risk factors. She attended conferences " The Mediterranean diet revisited" getting to the heart of the fats and Omega 3 debate "What should go on your plate"? and other Conference " Dietary strategies for the management of Cardiovascular risk" was conducted by The Nutrition Society UK and The Royal Society of Medicine, London.


Dietitian, Pretti Slim clinic, Mumbai March, 2012 -  July, 2012

Research assisstant / Diet Councellor, Charring cross hospital( Imperial weight Centre), London (UK) December, 2012 -  April, 2013


  • Dietetics

  • Counselling

  • Bariatric Nutrition

  • Epidemiology

  • Obesity


- Weight management( weight gain and weight loss)
-Medical Nutrition therapy
# Diabetes
#coronary heart disease
#gastric related problems(coelic disease,IBS, diarrohea,constipation)
#renal (kidney) disease
-Diabetes Management
#type I
#type II
#GDM(Gestational Diabetes Mellitus)
-Sports Nutrition


MH.Sc(Food & Nutrition), 2011, Sarojini Naidi Govt. girls PG College, Bhopal, India

BH.Sc( Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics), 2009, sarojini Naidu Govt. Girls PG Collge, Bhopal, India

Practice Information

Private Practice Information

NutriSure Eat healthy, Live healthier (online diet consultation)

NutriSure Eat healthy, Live healthier (online diet consultation)

C-1603,Antartica, Lodha Aqua, dahisar check naka, mira road, mira road, Thane, Maharashtra - 401107


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Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • -Certificate of Competence in Phlebotomy (2013, MaxisHealthcare NHS, London)-Theory and Dry lab Phlebotomy course(2013, MaxisHealthcare NHS, London)-Good Clinical Practice UK based (2013, Ashford and St. Peter's Hospitals NHS trust.London)-IV/WRS and EDC Informed training for clinical research co-ordinators(2013 Novo nordisk)
  • 1) Indian Dietetic Association(IDA)2) Indian Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition(IAPEN)3)The Nutrition Society of India( NSI)4)Food Scientists and Nutritionists Association of India( FSNAI)5) The Nutrition Society,UK


Starting the morning with having healthy balanced breakfast keep you energetic and well balanced. Eating breakfast gives us the energy we need until lunchtime and can help to cut-down on snacking throughout the morning. But many of us are missing out, choosing breakfast options that are high in sugar or fat, or not having anything at all.

The following foods are all great ingredients for a healthy breakfast:

  • Fruit and vegetables: all fruit and vegetables that are fresh or in juice form are good for you.
  • Starchy foods: bread (especially wholemeal), rice and cereals (especially wholegrain) that are lower-sugar and lower-salt.
  • Milk and dairy: cheese, low-fat yoghurt and lower-fat milk.
  • Non-dairy protein: meat, fish, eggs, beans and unsalted nuts.

Some people skip breakfast in an effort to lose weight, but that's not a good idea. It can backfire. Skipping meals, especially breakfast, can actually make weight control more difficult. Breakfast skippers tend to eat more food than usual at the next meal, or nibble on high-calorie snacks to stave off hunger.

Some studies suggest that people tend to add more body fat when they eat fewer, larger meals than when they eat the same number of calories in smaller, more frequent meals.  Other studies show that weight management can be equally effective without breakfast .

While adults need to eat breakfast each day to perform their best, kids need it even more. Their growing bodies and developing brains need regular refueling often, from food. When kids skip breakfast, they don't get what they need to be at their best.

Short on time? Eating a wholesome, nutritious morning meal will probably save you time in the long run. By recharging the brain and body, you'll be more efficient in just about everything you do.



Regular exercise is an essential part of a heart-healthy lifestyle. Doing an activity that makes your heart beat faster and makes you feel slightly out of breath for 30 minutes every day will reduce your risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

Regular exercise helps to

  • promote healthy cholesterol levels
  • lower high blood pressure
  • maintain a healthy weight
  • prevent blood clotting
  • control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes

you don't have to do your 30 minutes all at once, three sessions of 10 minutes are just as good.

Here are a few ideas to get you and your heart going;

  • dancing is a great form of exercise so get together with your family and friends and visit a bollywood dance class. If you're nervous about dancing in front of a room full of strangers, put you favourite songs and dance away in the comfort of your own home.
  • start your day with brisk walk or jog. You don't need any special sports clothes, just a comfortable pair of shoes
  • exercise classes like aerobics- visit your local leisure centre.
  • ball games like footwall and crickets are great fun, so get everyone involved.
  • swimming
  • gardening 
  • housework
  • jogging

Keep your dil khush

Remember, your heart is amazing and it works hard for you everyday. Reward it by following a heart-healthy lifestyle to keep it free from heart diseases.


Healthy heart, happy life