Prateek Dasgupta, Domain Expert Human Health and Nutrition
Prateek , the brainchild behind Rebel Health and Fitness Solutions, has been keenly interested in the role of nutrition in human health since his own transformation journey. In the beginning of 2016 , Prateek was diagnosed with high blood cholesterol and triglycerides and weighed 108 kg ( Height 5’11” ). Surrounded by age old cliches which he was already following like “avoid eating junk” and “work out more” , Prateek started taking a keen interest in the role of nutrition in human health. He came to the conclusion that our bio-makers and high body weight are indicators of poor health. The weight gain was simply a reflection that something was wrong with the body and it begins with understanding the important role of nutrition and lifestyle factors.
By the beginning of 2018 Prateek weighed at a respectable 78 kg, with most of his transformation(20 kg) happening in the last year year of his two year transformation journey. Since then he has managed to keep his weight off and helps others who are struggling with poor health as a result of incorrect information on nutrition and poor lifestyle choices. Prateek is an avid reader with keen interest in sports nutrition. When he is not working he can be found enjoying a game of basketball , cooking a healthy meal or reading .
Master of Science , The Pennsylvania State University , USA
Professional Certificate: Food Nutrition and Health, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
Professional Certificate : Nutrition and Disease, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
Certified Courses :
Biohacking Brain Health, Emory University, USA
Weight management : Beyond Counting Calories, Emory University, USA
Science of Exercise, University of Colorado , Boulder ,USA
Nutrition, Exercise and Sports , Wageningen University and Research , The Netherlands
Gut Check: Exploring Your Microbiome, University of Colorado, USA
Diabetes: Essential Facts, University of Copenhagen , Denmark
Easing the Burden of Obesity, Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes, University of Sydney, Australia.
Biochemical Principles of Energy Metabolism, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea.