When the parents of a nine-year-old child with ADHD and autism came to nutritionist Ryan Fernando, they were desperate. What followed was a miracle: with a change in diet, the child was able to speak and eventually take her place in society. The culprit for her condition: wheat.

In Wh(eat)less, Ryan draws examples on his decades-long experience to identify one of the primary dietary origins of various health issues: gluten. Many of us don't realize that we are gluten-sensitive or even gluten-intolerant. This means that consumption of wheat in any form-such as bread, pizza, biscuits or even chapatis-makes our body react in negative ways. This might be through recurring headaches, bloating, adult acne, brain fog or loose motion. Not just this, gluten also aggravates the symptoms of children with ADHD and Down syndrome. Replacing wheat in our diet can solve many of these issues.

In this book, Ryan has narrated the stories from his practice as a celebrity nutritionist at QUA Nutrition clinics, which he has founded. His clients include Aamir Khan, Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma, Shahid Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee, Fardeen Khan and Robin Uthappa. He has compiled an ideal guide for anyone who wants to bring about a transformation in their diet and life.


The ultimate diary to keep up your new year resolutions to become fit. it has everything you need to keep yourself on track. like daily trackers, progress markers, brief knowledge to educate you on fat loss, muscle gain, what all to eat, basics of nutrition, sugars in drinks, training guideline for nutrition, different superfoods, supplements, achievements and goals tracker


Explore and acquir the secrets from the book on how a few changes in your eating habit would result in higher cellular response and develop a better discipline in food intake. This book has been a concoct of my experience in developing champions. Go ahead explore by downloading your free copy today and eat like a champion.

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Collagen is the most abundant protein present in approximately 90% of cells in the body and provides skin, muscles, and connective tissue with structural support.

The human body develops collagen of its own. But the production slows down as we age after 20. After 40 years, the body needs protein of better quality that will help the cells. Collagen is a protein that is quick to mix, tasty, and easy to digest. It can be used by anyone who is an adult. The best part of collagen is that collagen can be used in the diet by people with diabetes and lifestyle problems.

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