About me

Rachel Hemraj is a nutritionist and Dietician based in India. She is the founder of Nutrifocus Diet and Wellness Clinic and specialize in weight loss and therapeutic diets. 

She offers personalized diet plans to help reach optimal health to her clients. Educated with  Masters in Food and Nutrition, she has over 12 years of experience.in nutrition counseling, recipe development, nutrition, wellness coaching. She has specialized in the following areas:

  • Obesity and Weight Loss

  • Diabetic Diet Plan

  • Food Allergies Diet and Gluten Intolerance

  • Pregnancy and Lactation

She is a firm believer of good nutrition as a gateway to good health. She inculcates the values that the majority of chronic diseases can be prevented by diet and lifestyle modifications. She has helped thousands of clients to achieve their health goals.

She will help you attain optimal health by providing online consultations.  Looking after your health today gives you better health for tomorrow! "Healthy food is not always expensive, it can be affordable and palatable with creativity.-

She can help you create a personalized meal plan for you that will help you lead a healthy lifestyle.


New Delhi, Delhi, India

Health Concerns

Diabetes, Food Allergies, Weight Problems


Diet Therapy, Nutrition

Profile Details
  • Experience: 10 Years
  • Language : English | Hindi
How it works

There is ample research on diet and food patterns that protect against cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke, and other chronic conditions. It turns out that most of the foods that help prevent these conditions also appear to help with weight loss-foods like whole grains, veggies, fruits, and nuts. And lots of the foods that increase disease risk-chief among them, processed grains and sugary drinks-are also factors in weight reduction. Conventional wisdom states that because a calorie is a calorie, irrespective of its origin, the best advice for weight reduction is simply to eat less and exercise more. Yet emerging research indicates that some foods and eating patterns may make it simpler to keep calories in check, while some may make people more inclined to overeat.


People don't eat foods or nutrients in isolation. They eat foods that fall into a general eating pattern, and researchers have begun exploring whether a particular diet or diet patterns assist with weight reduction or contribute to weight gain. Portion amounts have also increased dramatically over the last few decades, as has the consumption of fast food, and these tendencies are also believed to be contributors to the obesity epidemic.


Weight gain in adulthood can be slow, about a pound a year. It is too slow of a weight gain for most people to see, but one which can add up into a serious health issue. There is increasing evidence that identical healthy food choices and diet routines that help prevent diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic conditions may also help prevent weight gain.


This Program is for anyone who wants to lose, gain or maintain weight. The optimal control of overweight and obese patients requires a combination of diet (i.e., a decrease in caloric intake), exercise, and behavioral modification. Moreover, some patients eventually require pharmacologic treatment or bariatric surgery. The probability of being overweight to the individual ought to be assessed before beginning any treatment program. The choice of therapy can then be made with a risk-benefit assessment. The choice of therapy depends on many factors, including the amount of overweight or obesity, comorbidities, and individual preference.

It is no secret that the amount of calories people eat and drink has a direct effect on their weight: Eat the identical number of calories the body burns with time, and weight remains stable. Consume over the body burns off, weight goes up. Less, weight goes down. But what about the kind of calories: Does it matter if they come from particular nutrients-fat, protein, or carbohydrate?