Bhavna Kapoor is one of the pioneer health coaches specialising in Plant based nutrition in India.
A Certified Holistic Health Coach (from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, New York), she has also got training and been associated with Sharan- India and studied Natural Healing with IMANAH (The Institute of Mahayoga and Natural Hygeine).
She integrates all her learnings – of plant based nutrition, natural hygiene, yoga and mindfulness into a uniquely holistic approach to health.
A prolific writer, blogger and food activist, her work and recipes have been featured in major dailes such as Mumbai Mirror, The Times of India, Mid-Day and The Week. She has hosted a health show on Radio One (Mumbai) and has an online cookery Show called ‘Healthy Vegan Cooking with Bhavna Kapoor.’ She runs a bi-annual week long retreat in the mountains called Nurture.
So marvelous is our body, it is always working to heal itself and be in its healthiest state. It is we, with our habits and mindsets that come in its way. In our rushed, fast-paced lives, we tend to lose connection with ourselves, our body, and nature, ignore our body’s messages, are misled by advertisements, and seek quick fixes in magic pills. No wonder disease has become so common.
But this need not be. I re-wrote my script and so can you!
My awakening happened 10 years ago.
Being healthy need not involve popping pills and supplements, fad diets, that fancy superfood on the shelf, or spending hours in the gym. Quite the opposite. It should be simple, doable, pocket-friendly, and not boring. Here’s what I believe – Health lies in building healthier simple daily habits that we can sustain over life.
It is built on a foundation of nourishing foods, movement, quality sleep, and positive thoughts.
Moreover getting healthy involves deeper engagement with ourselves, learning to listen to our body, and trusting our intuitive wisdom. We can be truly healthy and happy when we truly sync with our environment and the suffering of other beings.
Health is not something you need to chase. It is a natural outcome of a healthy lifestyle. This leads me to why this site exists. To serve you.
It is not an all-or-nothing approach here. Get on board wherever you are and let me support you in rewriting your health story.
Health Management Approach
This led me to seriously question my ‘health management approach’ and seek a different approach.
Switching to a wholesome plant-based diet was the first step. I felt miraculously healed within and gave me the thrust to dig deeper and reinvent my whole life – from habits, choices, thought patterns, relationships, and life goals.
The last 10 years have just been so incredible, that I am profoundly grateful for each day, and especially because I am getting to serve you.
As a coach, my mission is to empower you to experience this incredible feeling of health and oneness with yourself and the universe.
Although both dietitians and nutritionists assist clients in determining the ideal diets and foods to satisfy their health needs, their qualifications are distinct. Dietitians can help people with specific health problems like eating disorders by making meal suggestions.
In general, a dietitian’s function is more controlled than that of a nutritionist, and the distinction is due to the type of education and professional training received. A dietician must have various licences and qualifications in order to practise. The term “nutritionist” is less regulated than “dietitian” and has a broader definition. Nutritionists and dietitians may specialise in different areas.
Both dieticians and nutritionists are qualified to help individuals with issues such as weight loss / weight gain, fatigue reduction, improving hair/skin quality and digestive diseases. Dieticians would be able to provide advice related to specific health conditions like eating disorders, PCOS, diabetes, etc. Nutritionists can also have specialisations like sports nutrition, for example. Book an Appointment