Revant Himatsingka (Nutritionist) Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Career, Girlfriend and More
Revant Himatsingka is an Indian Nutritionist and Entrepreneur who came into the overnight limelight after a posting video on Bournvita. He also claimed that a pack of Bournvita contained very high sugar content apart from using cancer-causing colorants. Himatsingka decided to take down the video across all platforms after receiving a legal notice on 13 April.
|Nutritionist and Entrepreneur
|Date of Birth
|Mother: Not Available
Father: Not Available
Sister: Not Available
Brother: Not Available
Wife: Not Available
|San Francisco, California
Education Details and More
|Don Bosco, Mumbai
|The Wharton School (2018 – 2020)
NYU Stern School of Business (2011 – 2014)
Carnegie Mellon University (2010 – 2011)
|Master of Business Administration – MBA
Physical Stats and More
|In Feet: 5′ 6″ ft
In Meter:1.67 m
|In Pound: 132 lbs
In Kilogram: 60 Kg
|Chest: 40 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
|Travel and Reading Books
Social Media Presence
Some Facts About Revant Himatsingka
- Revant Himatsingka graduated from NYU Stern School of Business and was initially heading towards a career in Finance. However, he left his Wall Street job and declined an MBA offer from IIM Bangalore to pursue his passion of enhancing the thought process of India’s youth.
- He is also a certified health coach by the United Latino Student Association.
- Revant’s book, “Selfienomics: A Humorous Philosophy on Indian Youth and Good Living,” published by internationally renowned Bloomsbury, made its way to Amazon’s Top 100 Bestseller list in the first week of pre-orders.
- Revant Himatsingka, using the Instagram handle “Food Pharmer,” uploaded a minute-long video on April 1 criticizing the Bournvita brand for misrepresenting the nutritional value of its product on its packaging.
- Revant questioned whether the government should permit companies to mislead consumers with false claims, and he argued that parents are contributing to their children’s lifelong sugar addiction by offering such items at a young age. He also sarcastically suggested that the brand’s catchphrase “Taiyari jeet ki” should be “Taiyari diabetes ki” instead.
- Kirti Azad, a former cricketer and MP, posted a video on Twitter expressing his intent to take legal action against Cadbury.
After listening to this video about Bournvita, I will be consulting my lawyers and will file a case for defrauding the people.— Kirti Azad (@KirtiAzaad) April 7, 2023
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