Bachelor's Degree in Microbiology (Hons) & Biochemistry; Master's Degree in Sports Nutrition
With a Sports Nutrition background, Zoya is passionate about practices in fitness & nutrition. She has worked for more than 2 years at Sports Nutrition Centre & dealt with various athletes & fitness enthusiasts. She has done research work with Mumbai Cricket Association to assess Nutrition Knowledge, Dietary Habits & Fitness Status of 11-24 year-old Female Cricketers. Additionally, she is experienced in helping recover from sports specific injuries with nutritional treatment. She has done comparative study among males with history of heart disease being Marathoners to assess their physical fitness & nutrition levels. She had volunteered for the ‘Nutrition Boot Camp’ for the ‘Mirror Girls Soccer League’ organized by Indian Dietetics Association, Mumbai Chapter. She has also medically volunteered representing Asian Heart Institute in Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon. Currently, she is working on developing a new formula for athlete's total calorific requirement.
By Zoya AnisOn September 01, 2018
Playing sports helps children express feelings like joy, excitement, anger or fear! Sports help children develop physical skills, get exercise, make friends, have fun, learn to play as a member of a team, learn to play fair, and improve self-esteem. Thus, parents should take an active role in helping their child develop good sportsmanship. But to perform well in sports and win, the body requires right kind of fuel and right phy... Read more
By Zoya AnisOn November 20, 2017
As a parent, there is always confusion about meals on the day your child is supposed to go for sports. “What to feed my kid before exercise and after exercise?” would be foremost on your mind, after “is my child safe?” As a sports nutritionist, I can assure you that choosing the right foods can surely enhance training and performance in your child and make sure that they aren’t completely drained by the time they’re back home from... Read more