Lovneet Batra


Fortis    |    Sports Authority Of India   |   IHM Pusa
Lovneet Batra - Nutritionbylovneet

Young, active and accomplished, Lovneet Batra is one of Delhi’s most insightful nutritionist, columnist and former host of Restaurant Spy by India Today Group. She holds a BS and MS in Dietetics from Michigan State University and believes in a sustainable, ‘no deprivation’ approach to a meaningful, long-lasting lifestyle makeover. Going beyond fads & myths, she makes nutrition simple and straight. She constantly encourages her clients and readers to develop a healthy relationship with food. A nutritionist who believes good food and good health are best buddies, she begins her day with a “paneer paratha” for the breakfast because it keeps her happy, full and energized for the rest of the day. For her, nutrition is delicious & doable.

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About NutritionbyLovneet


We believe if a lasting change in lifestyle has to be engineered, it cannot happen overnight. We advocate smart substitutions over a long period of time. What sets our approach to nutrition apart is my constant emphasis on not just food, but an all-round sustainable lifestyle. We will create an ecosystem where physical and mental well-being is encouraged and practised. How? Read more about it in Lean Menu.


Visiting Faculty, IHM Pusa (New Delhi)
Nutritionist, Fortis Hospital (New Delhi)
Nutritionist, Sports Authority of India (Commonwealth & Asian Games 2014)
  • Indian Boxing Team
  • Indian Gymnastics Team
  • Indian Cycling Team
  • Indian Paralympics Team
  • Indian Archery Team
  • Indian Athletics Team
  • Indian Womens Hockey Team
Columnist, The Hindu
Member, Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, USA
Member, Indian Dietetics Association

Lovneet have also had the pleasure to address numerous conferences and seminars at reputed institutes across the country. These include:

IIT Roorkee
ITC Hotel
Advantage India Conclave, IIM network
American Embassy schools

Community Outreach

Lovneet Batra extends her support and professional insights to the Society for Participatory Integrated Development (SPID). SPID is a development, relief and advocacy organization registered in New Delhi. SPID’s work with youth ranges from infant care and day care centres, to vocational training and job readiness for young adults. I spend my time supporting the foundation by providing my professional insights and menu reviews, suggesting low-cost alternatives for nutritional inputs, and undertaking growth monitoring.