Dr.Krina Pandya is a Homeopathic consultant skilled in consulting homeopathic clinics and a blogger. She is a health service professional with a bachelor’s in homeopathy medicine and surgery (BHMS) focused on homeopathy.
She has been practicing for eight years. She is a member of the Homoeopathic medical association of India (HMAI). She has good experience in pediatric and gynecologist cases. She is the recipient of the honorable Samath Brahma Samaj for service to humankind.
Besides this, she blogs on lifestyle, motherhood, pregnancy, homeopathy, and nutrition. She holds a nutrition and diet degree from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).
Q) At what point in life you decided to pursue a Career in health and nutrition?
Dr. Krina Pandya- I am a homeopathic doctor; I have been practicing it since 2013. My first goal is to practice homeopathy. My main focus is on pediatrics. I am a fitness enthusiast. I curate my recipes and nutrition. In 2018 I started practicing nutrition. I decided to give nutrition advice to other people, too, since it benefits the body. It is a life-changing thing. I see weight loss and nutrition deficient patients.
Q) How did you develop a keen interest in blogging?
Dr. Krina Pandya – Writing is one of my passion. I like writing everything in a journal. I have written a few fiction novels too. I have been writing about health since 201. However, in 2018, I decided to create my website. I believe that misinformation is worse than having no information. Therefore I started the blog to share accurate information. I believe that lifestyle changes are very important. I feel that people should understand this, So I spread awareness.
Q) Was there a time when you considered opting for a different career choice?
Dr. Krina Pandya – No, it was my dream to become a doctor. I was born in Ahmedabad, Guja. My parents wanted me to stay there only. I got admission to one of the best medical institutes in Ahemdabad for homeopathy. I am emphatic, and I believe this profession is my destiny. Both of my practices are going well for me.
Q) What were some major challenges you faced at the start of your career, and how did you overcome them?
Dr. Krina Pandya – I am a very career-oriented and ambitious person. I became more ambitious during college since I was a rank holder. During my pregnancy, I was told to have complete best rest for nine months. I stopped my practice during that time.
For any normal person, it would’ve not been anything wrong. But for me, I was in depression because of what happened. For two years, I was not doing anything. I started online clinics during COVID, which was a boon for me. It was then really good for me. My motto is to do what you want in life and not give up on it.
Q) Your portfolio is quite diversified; how do you efficiently manage many job roles?
Dr. Krina Pandya – I like to schedule everything. I manage my son myself, cooking, and looking after him. I see patients in the afternoon hours. Sometimes I also see international patients in the evening too. I also post on a lot of topics. I don’t want to limit myself to everything.
Q) Do you have any advice for people opting for a career in health?
Dr. Krina Pandya – After covid, people have become very health conscious. They are also consulting nutritionists for their lifestyle. Many people are also opting for homeopathy. This was not a trend among middle-class people. Earlier the trend was to keep an M.D. doctor in the family. Now families prefer a homeopathic doctor. So I would say that a career in health is good today.
Q) Being a homeopathic physician, what are your views on people not believing this is a very effective treatment? Is it something you do to spread more awareness about it, or how can you bust these myths
Dr. Krina Pandya – People think homeopathy is slow, which is not the case. Diseases like cough, cold & fever are treated very fast with homeopathy. There is no one sit-fit medicine for everyone, so a good doctor knows that. Today, doctors don’t need to defend homeopathy; the patient themselves see results and defend it.
Q) As a nutritionist, what are the three best tips for everyone to follow for proper nutrition in their daily life?
Dr. Krina Pandya – First, I would say to stay active, like walking. A sedentary lifestyle gives you a lot of diseases. Dont count household chores as your workout. Do something you like. Eating your fruits, veggies, and nuts. We don’t get much of these and are prone to eating junk. Try to eat them too for your nutrition. Dont miss out on green vegetables. The third is to have a good sleep. We are a generation who sleep around – 3 am. The sleep cycle is disturbed, which causes hormonal issues, metabolic disorders, and weight gain.
Q) We would like to know a bit about your upcoming book and your plans regarding its release.
Dr. Krina Pandya – It is about health. It discusses the elixir of health. I am writing a foreword for an already published author book on “healing.” My book is yet to come, and it will take time.
Q) Lastly, tell us about your journey, the hardships you experienced, and what motivated you to overcome them.
Dr. Krina Pandya – I struggled during my pregnancy. I had a lot of complications. Whatever knowledge I had, I was not able to share it. I thought that people should know about the importance of health and the importance of being healthy. I try to share authentic and holistic information on all issues.
I got a job in a reputable firm but preferred working on my online practice instead of working for someone else. Everyone faces one or other things in life. I want to tell every woman that she should work for herself. You can do anything, but you should work. I had a patient who was suffering from depression. She was dependent on her family. I suggested she work part-time.
She started working in a marketing job. It kept her busy. After three months of working, she is completely out of the depression. So I advise every woman to work in her life.
Dr.Krina Pandya is an experienced doctor who is determined to spread awareness about the importance of health in the community. She is a dedicated homeopathic doctor and believes that for a woman, it is important to be financially independent. She believes that good health is the key to a good life.