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Anindita is India’s first certified Functional Medicine Health Coach from the US-based Functional Medicine Coaching Academy (FMCA). She is also a first-time author and has written a book called “I have eczema…so what?” for families and children dealing with eczema. She has a blog called “eczema-anindianperspective.com” where she shares information about eczema. She has her own health coaching practice in Mumbai, India and also collaborates with dermatologist, Dr Amrita Talwar, who is her co-author and her daughter’s dermatologist.

She works with people suffering from various chronic diseases to make the necessary lifestyle and dietary changes. She helps her clients connect the dots between their chronic conditions and the environment they live in, including the food that they eat and their lifestyle

Would you like to...

Understand why you have digestive issues like bloating, constipation and diarrhea?

Understand why you have health issues like allergies, eczema and low immunity?

Fall asleep easily at night and wake up refreshed?

Feel more energetic and motivated to fulfill your dreams?

End the confusion about which "diet" to follow and enjoy food which is good for YOU?

Transform your relationship to stress and meet challenges with presence, self compassion and openness?

Discover ways to be the best version of yourself- based on YOUR Values, Purpose and Strengths?

Empowering you to heal

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When we live, eat and move in a way that is good for our mind and body, we start to thrive and not just live. Thus when we have the right foods it nourishes our body; when we choose the right thoughts it nourishes our mind

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We have an innate ability to heal that lies deep within us. Healing is not the same as getting cured, it is much more than that. When we learn to quieten our mind and listen to our bodies, we can truly give ourselves what we need to heal

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We need to connect whether we realize it or not. To be fully alive we need to connect with others, and more importantly, we need to connect with ourselves. It is when we truly understand ourselves that we reach our full potential

Latest blog posts

Why sometimes you need to say “no” to others (in order to say YES to yourself)

Reading Time: 7 minutes Our instinct of saying yes when we really wanted to say no to a request or a task can often leave us resentful, frustrated and burnt out in the long run. What usually ends up happening in our busy, modern world as a result of this is that we are often overcommitted and overscheduled.

Are you “doing it all” in order to “have it all” (there is a hidden price that you pay)

Reading Time: 7 minutes Many of us have an aversion towards asking for help. Usually, we end up doing this only we when are in desperate need for it.

How self acceptance can compensate for being ‘NEVER ENOUGH”

Reading Time: 6 minutes If we do not value ourselves and believe that we deserve to love and cherish ourselves, how can we ever take out the time for ourselves in our busy lives?

Self care series (wrapping up)

Reading Time: 6 minutes We may not realise this, but true self care need not be an expensive or time-consuming affair, we can take care of ourselves in the smallest of ways, especially when it is the last thing on our mind.

What are you doing for others? (community and our health)

Reading Time: 6 minutes Being well and keeping well is then a community affair. This includes our families, our schools and colleges and finally our workplaces and society at large.

Are you ready to take charge of your life and regain your spark?

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Do you know someone who is suffering from eczema?

This book is about a 9 year old girl called Maya who suffers from eczema and the book is as much about eczema as it is about courage, love and compassion. Through Maya's struggles we are shown how to deal with a chronic condition which gives hope to others like her and their families. We learn that through love and support from our families, we can cope with the toughest of challenges.