Hey! Iโ€™m Amrutha.

I help women and men who struggle with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and body image concerns make peace with food and their bodies.

Hey! Iโ€™m Amrutha.

I help women and men who struggle with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and body image concerns make peace with food and their bodies.

Services

TRANSFORM LITE PLAN

To bring your lifestyle into a better regimen. We will help you to improve your busy life into a systematic one and will also guide you to follow healthy eating habits with a manageable workout schedule.

WEIGHT LOSS PLAN

To help you improve your metabolism and gut health. The Starters key plan is advisable for people who are new to diet and workout routines.

COMPLETE TRANSFORMATION PLAN

This is a body transformation plan, which will help you to achieve your transformation goals, in a healthy way.

NUTRI- PLATTER KEY

For those who are looking for a better and outstanding way of transformation, with a personal Diet Coach.

NUTRIDOYENNE KEY

Ultimatum plan for those who are looking for platinum services with one Diet coach and Fitness coach each.

DISORDER REVERSE PLAN

For those who are grappling with lifestyle disorders such as PCOD/PCOS, thyroid issues, cholesterol imbalances, diabetes, and gastrointestinal health problems.

CLEANSING SESSION

Those who are looking forward to detoxifying their body from unhealthy eating habits, to clear out toxins from their body.

INTERMITTENT PLAN

The plan will help you to clear out all the confusion regarding intermittent fasting programs and will guide you through the right path.

About Me

Greetings, I'm Amrutha.

I've experienced firsthand how unsustainable diets and exercise routines trap us in a cycle of weight concerns. My mission is guiding clients to mend their relationship with food, fostering self-love and body acceptance, shielding their families from damaging dieting legacies.

My path to well-being began during my Nutrition studies at JSS University, Mysore. Despite pursuing a Post-Graduation in Nutrition and Dietetics, I struggled with hidden physical, mental, and emotional health issues. Seeking professional help marked a turning point, steering me toward intuitive eating and a balanced approach to food and fitness.

My story drives me to dismantle the constraints and counterproductive habits surrounding diets, body image, and self-worth. Enter "Fuel for More," my personalized 1:1 nutrition program designed to help you achieve fitness goals without perpetual dieting. I believe in nurturing true nourishment through self-compassion and holistic perspectives, empowering clients to become their own nutrition experts. Together, we cultivate body trust, acceptance, and embrace a more fulfilling life.

Greetings, I'm Amrutha.

I've experienced firsthand how unsustainable diets and exercise routines trap us in a cycle of weight concerns. My mission is guiding clients to mend their relationship with food, fostering self-love and body acceptance, shielding their families from damaging dieting legacies.

My path to well-being began during my Nutrition studies at JSS University, Mysore. Despite pursuing a Post-Graduation in Nutrition and Dietetics, I struggled with hidden physical, mental, and emotional health issues. Seeking professional help marked a turning point, steering me toward intuitive eating and a balanced approach to food and fitness.

My story drives me to dismantle the constraints and counterproductive habits surrounding diets, body image, and self-worth. Enter "Fuel for More," my personalized 1:1 nutrition program designed to help you achieve fitness goals without perpetual dieting. I believe in nurturing true nourishment through self-compassion and holistic perspectives, empowering clients to become their own nutrition experts. Together, we cultivate body trust, acceptance, and embrace a more fulfilling life.

Instead of trying to figure out how to fuel your body own without the constant dieting and not reaching your goal you can start crushing your training check out, Fuel for More, my signature 1:1 nutrition program to get you to achieve your fitness goal and feel stronger in your body in no time.

We believe people are meant to discover true nourishment through a self-compassionate, self-accepting, and holistic lens. In our practice, our clients are empowered to become their own nutrition experts. Our role is to gently lead them towards body trust and acceptance, and ultimately, open up their lives to more.

000 +
Clients
000 +
Years of Experience

WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE US

IMPROVING HEALTH

What is the secret to a long, healthy life? Sure, genes and advances in science and medicine have a lot to do with it. But so do lifestyle, diet, and other behavior-related factors. We help to improve your health because we take your health seriously.

NUTRITION STRATEGIES

While most dietary plans tell you what you canโ€™t eat (usually your favorite foods), the most powerful nutrition strategies help you focus on what you can and should eat. We promise you to keep your likes and dislikes while customizing your diet plan.

IMPROVING HEALTH

What is the secret to a long, healthy life? Sure, genes and advances in science and medicine have a lot to do with it. But so do lifestyle, diet, and other behavior-related factors. We help to improve your health because we take your health seriously.

NUTRITION STRATEGIES

While most dietary plans tell you what you canโ€™t eat (usually your favorite foods), the most powerful nutrition strategies help you focus on what you can and should eat. We promise you to keep your likes and dislikes while customizing your diet plan.

INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Reach your wellness goals quickly with personalized coaching. We focus on turning weight loss, and stress. We prioritize each clientโ€™s goals and provide complete guidance with 1:1 consultation.

SUPPORT & MOTIVATION

We cannot always expect each of our clients to maintain a consistent level of motivation, no matter what. We will help to maintain your motivation levels always high, so that we can achieve our goal together.

INDIVIDUAL COACHING

Reach your wellness goals quickly with personalized coaching. We focus on turning weight loss, and stress. We prioritize each clientโ€™s goals and provide complete guidance with 1:1 consultation.

SUPPORT & MOTIVATION

We cannot always expect each of our clients to maintain a consistent level of motivation, no matter what. We will help to maintain your motivation levels always high, so that we can achieve our goal together.

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TESTIMONIALS

FAQ'S

Why see a dietitian?

Are you overwhelmed and confused by all of the nutritional information in the media? Would you like an individualized and balanced approach to eating that empowers you to take control of your nutritional health and well-being, with evidence to back it up?

At Nutridoyenne, our Dietitians have degrees and post-graduate degrees in the field of Dietetics. This gives us the clinical edge to be able to work out complex issues and apply solutions in simple, practical, and effective terms.

We are able to deal with general healthy eating for all ages as well as nutrition relating to disease-specific conditions.

The foods we eat affect all areas of our life. Eating better is the key to better health, not weight loss and yet, everyone is promoting weight loss at any cost, even by eating worse. Improving your eating habits will make you feel better, and will help you sleep better, not to mention reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases. Healthy eating can reduce the risk of diabetes, prediabetes, heart disease, GERD, high blood pressure, stroke, and cancer.

Does a dietitian only help with weight loss?

No, a dietitian is trained in many areas of human nutrition and assists people in understanding the relationship between diet and disease. A dietitian can provide you with advice on a wide range of topics including but not limited to:

โ€ข Diabetes- type 1, type 2, and gestational

โ€ข Heart health such as high cholesterol

โ€ข Gastrointestinal health such as IBS, celiac disease, Crohnโ€™s disease, ulcerative colitis, diarrhoea, constipation

โ€ข Thyroid conditions

โ€ข Under-nutrition

โ€ข IVF & Pregnancy nutrition

โ€ข Healthy eating

โ€ข Fussy eating

โ€ข Food allergies and intolerances

โ€ข Child Nutrition

Do dietitians put people on โ€˜Dietsโ€™?

No, a dietitian helps you to implement healthy lifestyle choices and works with you to ensure their recommendations fit in with your likes/dislikes and more importantly your life!!

Is a dietitian going to ask me to make a lot of changes all at once?

No, a dietitian works with you to make a series of small changes over a period of time. They may even ask you to do only 1 thing per week!! It is important to make sure you tell the dietitian if you are having trouble implementing a change as they can provide you with the support to make healthy choices easier choices.

Do all dietitians have a perfect diet, free from all unhealthy foods?

No, they still have taste buds!! The reason most dietitians have chosen their profession is because they have a love for food! They believe in moderation and incorporating a wide variety of foods into the diet (yes including chocolate and wine!) along with an active lifestyle.

What can I expect at my first consultation?

Your first consultation involves an initial assessment, including medical history, any medications or nutritional supplements being taken, doing some measurements, and finding out more about your lifestyle so that we can tailor a meal plan to fit your life.

We go over your diet history and give general recommendations to get you started. All of your information is then plugged into metabolic calculations and an individual meal plan is given and discussed during your second visit.

Can you make a meal plan for me to follow?

โ€œIf you want to feed a man for a day, give him a fish. If you want to feed him for a lifetime, teach him to fish.โ€ (Chinese proverb)

I will teach you how to put foods together in such a way that you will feel more energized, full, and satisfied. You will learn how to choose foods you like to make balanced meals and snacks to keep you going all day. I donโ€™t ask people to give up their favorite foods, nor will I require you to eat foods you donโ€™t like. There are plenty of good foods in the world for all of us to enjoy a nutritious lifestyle.

Should I wait to get started?

No, the wonderful thing about Eating is a Lifestyle is how adaptable it is to, well, your lifestyle! We will make small adjustments to your meals and snacks that give you more energy to get everything done. Whether you are going on vacation or there is an important holiday coming up, you can get started with learning the concepts and putting them into action right away.

I want to eat healthier. Where do I start?

Start with whole, natural foods, ie unprocessed, for the most part. Whole foods are the best sources of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals antioxidants, soluble fibre, insoluble fibre, healthy fats, and protein. Shop the outermost of the grocery store, the inner shelves hold most of the processed foods which we want to not have too much of. Stick to whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and (mostly) plant protein. Drink an adequate amount of water and try to avoid sugary garbage stuff from the grocery store (making an exception for chocolate, of course!). Start slow, eat foods that you enjoy, and do things that you can keep doing, otherwise, it wonโ€™t work.

I know what to eat โ€“ I just canโ€™t stick to it.

Although many people feel they know how to eat well, there are many misconceptions as to what is actually eating healthy. There are no BAD foods, just bad habits, Besides, no one has to eat โ€œhealthyโ€ all the time! That would be like my daughter would say: B-O-R-I-N-G! If you canโ€™t stick to it, then itโ€™s the plan you are on that is bad. Additionally, food is just part of the plan. Working with a Dietitian is also about behavior changes, identifying and working through mental barriers, creating variety in meal plans, and avoiding hunger extremes. Dietitians will help you decipher trusted scientific information (as opposed to trendy and often unhealthy fad diets), and provide some emotional support and encouragement. Not guilt. The Dietitian will help you avoid cravings by balancing nutrients at each meal and snack.

My doctor says I need to lose weight. What should I do?

You can be healthy and overweight. Dieting will make you heavier in the long run by making you hungrier. Find a sport you really like to do and do it. Exercise doesnโ€™t have to be painful. Come and see me, I will help you eat better.

The best diet for weight loss?

The no-diet diet. Only eating better every day and exercising will work. Including the โ€œmindful eatingโ€ approach to your eating is also a great idea for those who need extra help. Please read up on that or come and see me. There are little tricks that can help, like making sure you drink enough, as thirst is interpreted as hunger in many cases. But I have nothing magical for you. โ€œWhatever you lose fast, you gain back fast.โ€

Is a detox diet, or cleanse, effective?

Cleanse and detox diets are low in calories, which will leave you with little energy to exercise and may disrupt your metabolism and blood sugar levels. Cleansing and detoxing can help you identify food sensitivities by eliminating certain foods for several days, then gradually reintroducing potential trigger foods.

Should I drink milk?

If you aren't lactose-intolerant or allergic to dairy, it's totally OK to enjoy a regular glass of milk each day. From improving bone health to helping mitigate cognitive decline, drinking milk and incorporating other dairy items into your diet can come with some health benefits.

Are protein smoothies better for you than solid foods?

Protein smoothies can be a good addition to any diet but shouldnโ€™t be the only food you consume. The key to a healthy diet is variety. A protein smoothie may provide you with some good nutrition but most of the nutrients found in these mixes are man-made or synthetic vitamins and minerals. Our bodies can more easily absorb vitamins and minerals from a natural source vs synthetic which is why food is always the preferred source of nutrition.

What things should I cut out of my diet to start eating healthy?

Processed foods such as chips, desserts, and frozen/boxed/canned dinners or meals (e.g., most items that are packaged with a food label) can have a negative impact on our health. The best way to start changing your diet is to include more whole foods. Whole foods are fruits/vegetables, rice and other whole grains, meats/poultry/fish, beans, unsalted raw nuts, and some dairy. The goal is to try and get foods as close to their original state as possible. Breaded chicken for example is more processed than a plain chicken breast as there are additional steps in processing to coat the chicken. Tip: shop the perimeter of the grocery store which is where you will find most of your whole foods.

How can I create balanced meals with a busy schedule?

Eating healthy can be done on a busy schedule โ€“ the key is preparation and planning. Consider creating a grocery list based on some easily prepared meals consisting of a protein source, whole grain serving, and fruit/vegetables. Depending on your calorie needs, portion sizes will vary. Do your shopping and then some meal preparation on the weekends to allow for healthy eating all week.

For example: Try cutting up vegetables and placing them in plastic bags or containers for easy grab-and-go snacking during the week. Make a few breakfast burritos with eggs, cheese, and veggies, and freeze for a healthy breakfast all week. Salads can be prepped ahead of time, just leave the dressing on the side until you are ready to eat it.

How can I eat healthy when eating out?

The key here is to look at the โ€œproduct descriptionโ€. Go easy on foods that have descriptions like supersized, fried, breaded, cream-based, gravy, and buttered. Instead opt for choices that contain fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.

Tips: look for โ€œheart healthy menu options, choose an appetizer for your entrรฉe, pass on the all-you-can-eat buffet lines, eat a lower calorie food like salad first, request fresh fruit as a side, make substitutions, and plan ahead of time by looking online to see if the restaurant has nutrition information available on their dishes.

What are the pros and cons of a vegetarian vs. meat diet?

Vegetarian diets tend to be lower in saturated fat, processed and fried foods, and high in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Vegetarian diets are also known to support the environment better as the processing of meat uses large amounts of energy.

Diets high in meat consumption tend to be high in saturated fat (only found in animal products) which can lead to heart disease. Meat can be a part of an overall healthy diet but in the right proportions. Consider choosing lean meat options most such as chicken, turkey, or fish. Limit portions to 6-8 oz. per day.

Consider a whole-foods plant-based diet which limits the amount of processed foods you consume and focuses on eating more plants than animal products for overall health.

Is it bad to eat after a certain time of day?

No, not really. Generally, the recommendation is to limit food intake after 7 pm as we tend to make less nutritious choices later at night and it can make falling asleep a challenge. Although, if you are planning to be up late studying, participating in exercise, or having a club meeting you may need a snack after 7 pm to give you the energy you need to carry you through. Ultimately, it is all about balancing your calorie intake throughout the day. It doesnโ€™t necessarily matter when you get those calories.

Is it a good idea to have a โ€œcheatโ€ day?

Allowing yourself to indulge in your favorite โ€œless nutritiousโ€ foods on occasion is a good thing. The occasional indulgence prevents you from feeling deprived and helps you stick to your healthy eating goals. This can look like a cheat day or meal, or having one cookie or piece of candy daily, whatever it is, enjoy it in the moment, and stick to your overall health habits in between.

How much variety should we include in our daily diet?

As much as possible! Consider all the different colors that fruits and vegetables can be. Each of those colors contains different amounts and types of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and so on. The same goes for the different types of grains and proteins. Thus, having variety in your daily diet ensures that you are getting all the nutrients your body needs to support health and function.

If I had only one choiceโ€ฆshould I work out or eat healthy?

Unfortunately, this isnโ€™t an either/or statement. A healthy lifestyle needs to consist of both healthy eating and physical activity. Neither one is โ€œbetterโ€ for your health nor needs to be hard to incorporate into your daily routine. Try adding a serving of fruit or vegetables and some whole grains each day and aim for 10-30 minutes of physical activity on most days.

What is a gluten-free diet?

Gluten-free diets are designed for those with either celiac disease or gluten intolerance. They are no โ€œhealthierโ€ than a balanced diet that includes wheat. If cutting out wheat from your diet makes you feel better then go for it, if not, donโ€™t worry about it.

How often should you eat?

It is recommended that we eat something every 3-4 hours to maintain good blood sugar levels and metabolism regulation both of which help with weight maintenance. Whether you prefer 3 meals with a snack or two or 5-6 smaller meals during the day, both can be healthy eating patterns.

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