Meet Racha

Racha Slim, the founder of NutriBlooms, is a qualified clinical dietitian and nutritionist with 10 years’ experience. She has earned her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the American University of Beirut in 2010.

Having a broad and extensive international experience, using world leading standards and guidelines, Racha as the Chief Dietitian has managed the Nutrition and Diet Center for over 8 years in Qatar, after working for 2 years in Lebanon as a clinical dietitian.

During her teenager stage, Racha has always struggled with weight problems and hypercholesteremia and desperately tried a lot of fad diets. This has driven her to study Nutrition and Dietetics. Then afterwards she became her own nutritional voice and set herself free from the dark tunnel of weight struggle and adapted the healthy lifestyle.
Her personal experience made her passionate to help and counsel over 100s of patients  to reach their goals because she believes it is simply ABCD and anybody can do it.

Racha has well rounded knowledge in most areas of Nutrition and Dietetics with a greater interest in weight management, behavioral and lifestyle modifications, heart health, hypertension , diabetes & blood sugar management, child’s nutrition,  pregnancy and breastfeeding, Polycystic Ovarian syndrome.

Racha has a keen interest for Low Carb Healthy Fats (LCHF) diets for clients struggling to lose weight or to manage diabetes, insulin resistance and PCOS.

Qualifications, certificates & Professional development
  • BS in Nutrition and Dietetics, American University of Beirut
  • Professional member of IANE “International Academy of Nutrition Educators”,NNedPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health
  • Member of Nutrition Australia
  • DoFoodSafely certificate by department of health and human services Victoria
  • Paediatric Nutrition certificate, short course by Monash university
  • Highfield level 3 Award in food safety in catering by Boecker
  • Management of Diabetes in children by The American Diabetes Association
  • Exercise and Diabetes by ADA
  • Psychosocial care in people with Diabetes by The American Diabetes Association