When it comes to nutrition for our children there's advice from all corners. But finding reliable sources of nutritional information is not a cakewalk. Our panel of experts which includes nutritionists, pediatricians, and experienced parents brings you some credible information and advice.
Zainab GinwalaA registered dietitian, a mom of 2, and a wife.
As an Indian mom, she knows that Indian parents get very little guidance on how to help their children develop a good relationship with food. Zainab has worked with hundreds of Indian families in their journey of starting solids and solving for picky eating. But, more importantly, she has lived this experience. As a first-time mom, she felt lost with all the contrasting advice she received at home and online. While what she teaches parents is rooted in science and research, it’s built on what works in real homes.
Sheela KrishnaswamyRD, Nutrition & Wellness Consultant
Sheela Krishnaswamy is a registered dietitian with 40 years of professional experience in the clinical, corporate and communication spaces, pan India. She was trained in India and overseas. She pioneered nutrition consulting in corporate companies. She is actively involved in national and international dietetic associations and has held leadership positions in both. She has had a mainstream media presence for the last 27 years. Formerly a nutrition entrepreneur, an editor, a public speaker and a blogger; currently she is a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and works independently as an adviser, a writer, an anchor, a speaker and a corporate trainer.
Slurrp Farm Moms-in-chief
Shauravi MalikCo-founder of Slurrp Farm
Shauravi’s passion is to get her own children to gobble up all the exciting and healthy food she makes. She loves food, eating it and making it! Shauravi brings over a decade of finance experience. She worked in the Consumer, Healthcare, and Retail Advisory team and the Leveraged Finance team at J.P.Morgan. She was an Investment Manager at Sir Richard Branson’s Group Holding entity at the Virgin Group in London. She holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Cambridge University and a BA in Economics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University.
Her most memorable years were the fourteen that she spent at her school Sardar Patel Vidyalaya which followed a no junk food philosophy; way back in the good old 1980s!
Meghana NarayanCo-founder of Slurrp Farm
Meghana is passionate about children’s nutrition and health. She is committed to make a positive change to childhood malnutrition statistics. Her efforts to feed her daughter healthy, tasty food is what led her to starting this venture. Before starting Slurrp Farm, Meghana led the Public Health practise at McKinsey & Company. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a BA in Computation as a Rhodes Scholar from Oxford University and a BE with Distinction in Computer Engineering from Bangalore University.
Meghana swam for India for eight years, including at the Asian Games. She has more than 400 national gold medals in her kitty and her dream is to help India have a more golden Olympic table.