Ms. Neha Suryawanshi is a certified nutritionist who has done her master’s (M.Sc) in Dietetics and Food Service Management from Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi. She completed her post-graduate diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics from Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur. In her seven years of experience, she has covered various aspects of nutrition like diabetes, heart disease, thyroid, liver and kidney diseases, lifestyle disorders, pre-transplant, and post-transplant dietary management, kids counseling on nutrition, health, and weight problems, dental problems, etc. Currently, she is working with HappyDNA Healthcare Technology Pvt. Ltd. as a senior child nutritionist and nutrition blogger. She is also an online diet consultant and blogger with Lybrate, Practo, iCliniq, EyogGuroo, Plus100years, and Carer Program (especially for cancer patients). During her experience, she observed that though people have become more aware of their diet, health, and lifestyle disorders before they convert into chronic conditions, they are trying to treat them in an initial stage. They know how obesity can lead to hypertension, diabetes, and other health problems. They are now aware of maintaining their weight in an initial step to avoid further health issues, but still, many myths about food and dietary treatment are yet to be clarified. This ignorance is still present in all socio-economic groups of society. She believes that nutrition counseling is not just handing over a diet plan. It explains the benefits of every food incorporated in the plan and the side effects of foods that must be avoided until the person is satisfied. She also believes that successful counseling is where a person feels satisfied, motivated, and happy after the counseling. She has attended various health camps and events where she counsels children and parents. She has worked with VLCC Health Care Pvt. Ltd. and Snap Fitness. She loves working with kids and counseling them about a healthy diet. She develops healthy recipes to add more nutrition to their meals and school tiffins. She writes blogs on child nutrition to make parents aware of kids’ diets and health. She makes them understand so that at least they become aware of healthy eating habits. She also convinces and educates the parents as it is their ignorance that is eventually inculcated in children. She is very enthusiastic about working towards kids’ health so that our future generation can be healthy.