Health and wellness are two key factors of a balanced living. Developing countries put more emphasis on these areas. In fact, amid rapid urbanisation and digitisation, wellness has become an issue of serious concern. As World Health Day is round the corner, there is ample scope to think on affordability and access of healthcare. In India, there are various organisations working wholeheartedly in this regard. Asha Jindal Khaitan’s Pure Nutrition is one such organisation which has inspired the masses to work in these two key segments.
Asha Jindal Khaitan is the daughter of reputed industrialist Dr. S. R. Jindal, and a philanthropist associated with Jindal Naturecure Institute (formerly known as Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences), a charitable hospital under the Sitaram Jindal Foundation. She completed her Bachelor of Commerce from a prestigious college in Delhi and was later married into the Khaitan family. Given her background in the health and wellness space, Asha Jindal Khaitan, along with her husband Sushil Khaitan, was inspired to invest in the wellness initiative — Pure Nutrition.
Asha Jindal Khaitan is not someone who always looks at matters from a business’ perspective. In fact, she has been promoting the Nutraceuticals industry by providing high quality, well-formulated supplements in India — equivalent or superior to the kind found in developed countries. She is a firm believer in the power of nature as the most powerful healing force and as such, has endeavoured to bring the benefits of the purity found in nature, to the Nutraceutical industry in India.
With the motto of giving shape to the influx of a new plant-based drugless formulation that has no side effects, Asha Jindal Khaitan has partnered with Globally Celebrated Holistic Nutritionist — Dr. Luke Coutinho, M.D. — in Alternative Medicine (Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine), who has aided countless people suffering from cancer across the globe.
Asha Jindal Khaitan is committed to the welfare of the society. A philanthropist in true sense of the term, Asha remarks, “I always make it a point to devote quality time for various social and charitable activities across the nation”.
In fact, she has contributed to running several charitable societies and foundations in the field of wellness, health, education and social welfare, which aim at doing yeoman service to the community and world at large.