Food for Thought

2024-07-14 03:50:13

Dr Nandita Iyer

Food for Thought


September 4, 2021    
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Documenting and narrating stories around cooking is an exercise that we all engage in, and one that is enjoying newfound popularity during the pandemic. In this MAP Masterclass, discover how to hone your voice and write about food, whether it is moreish captions for social media, appetising content for blogs or magazines, or even creating well-crafted recipes that bring your food to life! 

Bestselling author, nutritionist and Mint Lounge columnist, Dr Nandita Iyer has connected to readers through her passion for food, wellness and writing for over 15 years. Her most recent book, Everyday Superfoods, presents a step-by-step approach to improving your relationship with food as a way to enrich wellness. Join us in learning to look at food as a means of slow living and mindfulness.

Dr. Nandita Iyer


Dr. Nandita Iyer is a medical doctor with a fellowship in applied nutrition. She is passionate about wellness, nutrition, writing and music. Her blog on healthy vegetarian cooking is over 15 years old. Iyer’s first book The Everyday Healthy Vegetarian with over 100 recipes was a bestseller. She writes a fortnightly column in Mint Lounge. 

She is also the author of the book Everyday Superfoods (Bloomsbury India, 2021), which is a helpful guide on how one can introduce superfoods to the everyday diet. It elaborates on a step-by-step approach to improving your relationship with food, enriching the diet with superfoods, 39 local superfoods explained in detail, getting practical with menu plans, superfood swaps, shopping, cookware and more and 60 easy superfood recipes.

She is a trained classical music singer and continues to learn Hindustani classical vocals. She is in pursuit of slow living and mindfulness in everyday life, which she shares in her fortnightly newsletter called Sattva.

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