Whole Food Logo

Whole Foods is a responsible company providing healthy eating options to suit modern lifestyles. When you eat Whole Foods, you are eating wholegrain, transfat free, enriched with scientifically proven, health promoting ingredients and devoid of any artificial colours or toxic additives.

They believe that health foods and eating habits are determined by choice, not compulsion. We believe that taste need not be sacrificed to make way for health. Hence they make an extra effort to ensure that their food offerings are presentable and tasty.

Whole Foods produces food that is minimally processed, nutrient dense and free of toxic trans-fats, preservatives and artificial colours. We aim to make our food easily available, convenient to use and affordable. It only helps that our food is tasty as well. All foods offered at WF are enriched with scientifically proven and health promoting ingredients for good health and disease prevention. Our Bakery and Baked Products are made without Trans fat, using Rice Bran Oil and Butter. Only Whole Wheat / Multi grain is used for Sandwiches, Burgers, Wraps, Pizzas, Crackers, Kulchas. Multi grain Wraps use lower Glycaemic flours and freshly made tofus.

Weight Monitor Logo

Theweightmonitor is India's first fully online weight management portal. The online diet plans are customized for individual lifestyles and focus on the principles of eating right.It does not prescribe any special foods, it just fits into your routine. Your personal nutritionist and daily performance & target scores motivate you to achieve your target weight.

Shraddha Deshmukh

Location: Kharghar, Navi Mumbai

Why TWM Works?

Real time Scoring & Personal Dashboard Made For You : Tried & Tested 10,000 Times High On Nutrition & Right On Calories

Home Cooked Food
Daily Food Diary Reviews
Unlimited Phone Support
Staying One Step Ahead

Lost 9 kgs In 3 months

How did I put on weight?

I gained 24kgs in my pregnancy journey ie I was 52 when I conceived and reached upto 76kgs till the time of delivery.

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Starting with weight loss!

I came cross a lot many dietitians in my city quoting me a high amount of fees and consutation just twice a month. I used to wonder that there was something to lose on a daily basis and meeting the dietician just twice a month even after paying such a huge amount, how can this keep track of my performance on a regular basis?

Then I came across a few online portals but again there was no support to keep records of the daily diet. It was then that I came across an article mentioning about Theweightmonitor and its good reviews which helped me in making up the final call.

Getting a new life!

Theweightmonitor helped me in getting back to my pre pregnancy life and physique. Not only it gave me back my physique, but gave me more confidence than ever before, as I achieved something which I found merely impossible.

Advice for anyone!

Theweightmonitor is not cheap, but it is very effective as the dietician follows up on a regular basis, keeping a track of your daily diet, and just a call or message away. Special thanks to my dietician Sarmishtha for always motivating me and giving me an easy diet which never made me realise that I was actually on a diet, and changing the definition of diet for me. I wish all the best to Theweightmonitor Team, and a special thanks to all of you for coming up with something like this. Keep rocking !!

Celiac Society Logo

The Celiac Society of India, the first and only non-profit organisation has made it its mission to create awareness on early diagnosis and management of celiac disease.

Founded by Ms. Ishi Khosla, a senior clinical nutritionist in May, 2006; the society was incorporated under the patronship of Prof. M.K. Bhan, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology.

The society brings together eminent practitioners in the field of medicine, education, nutrition and the food industry with the increasing prevalence of celiac disease amongst Indians in recent years, the 'Celiac Society for Delhi' has launched The Beat Celiac! a 12-point prevention programme.