Rujuta Diwekar - Please Stop Misleading People and Please stop Propaganda Marketing.
Individuals shine as doctors, teachers and engineers because of their educational qualification and potential. For someone who is not a member of the Indian Dietetic Association, who does not have the basic graduation degree in Nutrition but boasts of a P.G in Sports science & nutrition and had started a career as a warm up instructor/gym instructor, Miss Rujuta Diwekar’s achievements are stupendous. A dietitian kickstarting her career as a gym instructor is weird! But no hospital would be ready either to allow a person who is not professionally qualified to practice in their workspace attending to cardiac cases, ICU patients, neurology issues, ADHD or Alzheimer’s disease as there are chances that the hospital will be debarred from functioning.
Unqualified to be a dietitian, the arrogance level of Miss. Rujuta Diwekar is sky-high. Any true professional respects fellow colleagues. But, Miss. Rujuta Diwekar terms fellow dietitians as ‘individuals with limited/non-existent intellectual abilities’ and categorizes these people as those with the lowest common denominator when it comes to intellect and understanding (Refer https://youtube.com/watch?v=5w9Rac20OkI&t=18s link). This is an outrageous accusation of the entire dietitians/nutritionists fraternity. She brands her colleagues as being at the bottom-most part of the ‘carbon footprint’ revolution. This is a complete dishonor and discrimination to the dietitians’ community which we have taken it in our stride until now. But, the time has come and if we don’t unite together and rebel against this prejudice, it would become an eternal stigma to us.
Eat Local, Think Global
Embracing Indian foods is good, in fact great. When you strongly believe in our conventional ingredients, foods and cooking methodologies, what is the need to study abroad? Open-mindedness in education should be applied in terms of food consumption too! Miss. Rujuta has one standard line for every question of ours – ‘Listen to dadi and nani but not dietitians’. Our grandmothers bindaas consumed ample ghee, ate puran polis and coconut chutneys as they strived hard at household chores too! They never had the new-gen technologies or equipment for completing their chores nor hired maids. If we can learn from our grandmas, then the dietetic association can be dissolved, and she can send back clients asking them to enquire with their grandparents. But no! She needs to earn lakhs of rupees from one client and command clients to ask their grandma. This is ace business tactic and first-rate arrogance.
We do eat our idlis, dosa, poha, upma, parathas, rice, dhal and khadi. We never look down at these dishes or eat only pizza, burger, pasta or chop suey. This is irrational and downright accusation. Just because Kareena & Karisma belong to her client base, she cannot mislead and misdefine the profession of Nutrition & Dietetics, blame individuals, accuse fellow dietitians and speak arrogantly. One particular verse in Bhagavad Gita categorizes such shamelessly arrogant people beautifully- http://www.bhagavad-gita.org/Gita/verse-16-02.html.
Establishing supremacy must be the result of hard work, continuous effort to succeed and serious knowledge. Let’s put a full stop to such shameless blaming and degrading of other dietitians who have invested 3-7 years of their life specializing in nutrition/dietetics. Trying to lure clients (rich clients as others cannot afford her diet plan fees) with sugarcoated words, hi-fi stylish speeches, desi slang words and public outreach techniques will never bring long-term success. Let’s start our Swachh Bharat Mission by revealing the true identity of such hypocrites and make India cleaner.
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