Raksha Lulla

Nutrition Expert and Lifestyle Coach

Raksha Lulla is a Lifestyle Coach and Nutrition Expert. Just like her name suggests, Raksha is a Health & Nutrition advocate who reminds us to get back to our roots for the best outcome. She has studied Clinical, Lifestyle & Sports Nutrition from the American College of Sport Medicine to kick start her journey. She has also practiced with India's Leading Nutritionist followed by working in Diabetic Education & Clinical Nutrition at Chowpatty Medical Centre with Dr. Rais, an endocrinologist.

She eventually ventured into Lifestyle Coaching & achieving health goals for her clients in her Private Practice, registered as Locavore Co. LLP,  helping clients with their Lifestyle, Weight Management, Athlete Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Disorders as well. Her vision is to have Indians eat a balanced meal with their hands using local ingredients. She wants to break away from stereotypes and 'Fad Diets' promoting for or against a particular ingredient and promote a wholesome and healthy diet instead.


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Photo by Ranit Chakraborty/ Unsplash

Healthy Bites: Bring out the Clay and Cast Iron Pots

by Raksha Lulla
Obsessing about protein intake? You are not alone. Photo by LYFE Fuel/ Unsplash

Obsessing over Protein Can Backfire

by Raksha Lulla
The humble rice has seemingly lost to the muscular "wholewheat" brigade. Photo by Pille-Riin Priske/ Unsplash

Why it Makes Complete ‘Science’ to Have Food the Way Our Forefathers Did: with Variety, Ghee and Mindfulness

by Raksha Lulla
Photo by Jan Sedivy/ Unsplash

Why Fad Diets Don’t Work

by Raksha Lulla
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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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