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Anjali Mukerjee

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Anjali Mukerjee (born 22 July 1963) is an Indian nutritionist.[1], currently practicing out of Mumbai[2]. She is known for her association with Femina Miss India (1997-2004) as an official nutritionist to the participants.[3] She is also the founding director at Health Total[4]


Anjali completed her graduation in B.Sc from Jai Hind College[5], Mumbai. She completed her Fellowship in Nutrition & Environmental Medicine (FINEM) from the Indian Nutrition Medical Association (INMA) in 2016. [6] She is a certified functional medicine practitioner from the Functional Medicine University (FMU), USA.[7]


Anjali Mukerjee authored a book in 1997 called Healing with Food[8]. She is a guest editor with Hindustan Times, where she writes on nutrition for health and wellbeing. [9] She is a member of the All India Association for Advanceing Research in Obesity (AAIRO) [10].

In the area of nutrition and healthcare, Anjali has case studies published in health journals like Internaltional Journaly of Pharma & Bio-Sciences [11] and Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research.[12]

Television & Media[edit]

Anjali has co-hosted the TV show Health Mange More with Chef Shantanu Gupte on FOOD FOOD Channel[13]

Personal Life[edit]

Anjali is married to Saurabh Mukerjee, Chairman and Managing Director of Health Total and has two daughters Anchal & Suchita Mukerjee[14].


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  9. "Why you need to start with green tea right away". Hindustan Times. 2019-10-06. Retrieved 2019-10-15.
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  11. "An "Integrated Approach" in the Management in Asthma" (PDF). Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  12. "Management of Diabetes, Obesity, and Gastric Disorders using the "Integrated Approach"". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  13. World, Republic. "YouTube channels with some of the best food recipes that one must try". Republic World. Retrieved 2019-10-15.
  14. Correspondent, dna (2014-05-09). "Westcoast wonder women". DNA India. Retrieved 2019-10-15.

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