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Kinita Kadakia

Sports Nutritionist

Sports Nutritionist Mumbai

Sports Nutrition Consultant

Kinita Kadakia Patel

Kinita is a Sports Nutrition Consultant who runs a private practice called “MEALpyramid”. She specialises in sport-specific diets along with weight management. Apart from MEALpyramid, Kinita is also associated withe the following brands :

  • Columnist for dna
  • Commonwealth Games
  • National Cricket Academy
  • Vogue Beauty Award
  • IPL - Mumbai Indians
Write me at: +23 345 6544 65
Contact me at: diets@mealpyramid.com


Sports Nutrition - A New Way of Life​


Nutrition is a timeless topic​ that's always relevant. ​Staying healthy might sound like a daunting task, but when done right, trust me(Kinita Kadakia Patel), it's far easier than you think. Arming yourself with the right information is half the battle already won.

​Integrating the ​proper ​guidelines of sports nutrition in​to​ your daily life will not only help you feel and look good, but ​will also ​fuel​ you with​ energy to go ​through ​hectic days and long workout routines. ​Proper nutrition gives the body the nutrients it needs for optimum performance.

It's important to remember that not all diet plans and exercise regimes are for everyone - Follow a plan that works FOR YOU! Don't be afraid of failure, it's just a stumbling block on your journey to ultimate well-being. Set realistic, attainable goals for yourself as this will keep you motivated as you keep moving forward to achieving your goals.

Eat healthy, don't starve yourself, pick a sport you love, and enjoy your workout. Only when you're happy working out will you get the best results.



Importance of Nutrients - Know Your Nutritional Diet


Nutrients are broadly thought to be of two types - Macronutrients (those that are needed in relatively large amounts) and Micronutrients (those that are needed in smaller quantities). Most foods we consume contain a combination of several nutrients along with other substances. A lack of the required nutrients or sometimes, even an excess of some nutrients can be the cause of ill-health.

Let’s break it down – Carbohydrates, Protein and Fats​. ​Carbohydrates supply the body with energy needed to get us through the day. ​They are divided into two categories - Simple Carbs (these are instant energy-giving carbs that are absorbed quickly into the body) and Complex Carbs (these provide you with energy for longer periods of time). Protein is the source of raw materials that serve ​as ​the building blocks of our muscles. And lastly, ​Fats are essential to us all for building muscle and carrying out various functions of the body.

​This is just glimpse into nutrition. Watch this space for more as I(Kinita Kadakia) blog about hot topics like ​binge eating, diet myths, healthy living, weight loss, dieting right and much, much more.