Dr Janaki Srinath
is a very experienced professional nutritionist who provides the most advanced and scientifically proven diet therapy for weight & disease management. A M.Sc (Food & Nutrition) from ANGRAU
, Hyderabad and Ph.D from Osmania
University, Hyderabad. She has been promoting lifestyle modification and wellness programs through various teaching, research, conferences and panels of Nutrition & Wellness organizations across India.
is a faculty for DNB students at reputed Hospitals, establishing the first of its kind nutrition counselling centre
which provides nutrition consultation and lifestyle management therapy. Dr. Janaki conceptualised
and executed the nutrition segment in the popular medical program on ETV2 Sukhibawa
for four years from 2003-2007 and lead the program on healthy recipes in Vanitha
channel targeting various physiologic groups and disease conditions.
has been a regular columnist for nutrition in Eenadu
for the last 14 years. Currently elected as National Executive Committee of Indian Dietetic Association 2015-2019 was the Immediate President Indian Dietetic Association of Andhra
Pradesh 2011-2014. Founder Member All India Association of Advancing Research in Obesity, Affiliate of International Association Study of obesity. Dr. Janaki
has been the National Secretary of AIAARO
for two terms and also served as National Vice President and Country representative for International Association of study of obesity for the term 2009-2011. Guest faculty for Administrative Staff college of India for senior Managers, Guest faculty for National Police Academy, among others.
Her clientele list includes global clients such as Accenture, Intelli
group, DE Show, Infosys
and has even worked with several sports champions . She was associated with several initiatives with national and state organisations
including National Police Academy, Marri Chana
Reddy Institute of Human Development of Andhra
Pradesh, SBI Staff Training College, Administrative Staff College of India.
She mentioned, Given the risk low protein levels pose to the health of Indians, spreading proteins evenly across meals is extremely important. Combining vegetable, grain, pulses, egg and dairy products gives you a perfect protein intake for the day
Consumption of adequate protein ensures strong immune defense, efficient signaling of nerves and impulses, healthy hair and maintenance of fluid balance in the body. Protein can also turn into an energy provider when required by the body. Insufficiency of protein in the body affects all organs and overall growth and development. Probably the most important contribution of protein is its ability to reduce appetite and cause a spontaneous reduction in calorie intake. Protein intake is essential for stages of life leading to a better body composition and metabolic rate in modern sedentary lifestyles. Protein is much more satiating than both fat and carbs.