Company Overview

Diet Science Leader is a team of professionals with nutritional background and is lead by Dr. Sandeep Kalra a medical doctor, technocrat and entrepreneur. Diet Science Leader was founded in the year 2014 with the mission to help people lose weight in the simplest and healthiest way. Dr. Kalra has developed a scientific approach to healthy weight loss as well as therapeutic diet plans. The company also provides weight management support and counseling by trained weight-loss coaches and registered dietitians, as well as through an engaged online community, online tools and trackers, mobile apps, cookbooks and more.

The objective of Diet Science Leader is to provide healthy weight loss ways to the common man at affordable price and not to keep it restricted to the richer class. Since its foundation, our team has been working to make weight loss simpler for you. We provide an easy and delicious balanced diet menu to you, which suits your body type and lifestyle. A healthy diet is a combination of foods from all food groups in a balanced way. We always ensure that all our clients get the personal attention from our qualified dieticians who serve you to let you have a wonderful experience.


DSL has been privately funded by select few investors. However DSL has plans for more offerings of stocks as we grow in more markets across northeast US. Healthcare professionals may learn more about the programs by visiting DSL weight loss plans are available directly to consumers through main website, by phone (1-516-777-0612).

Some 84 million people in the U.S. struggle with obesity, a growing trend. In 2012, 35 percent of adults were obese, compared with only 14 percent in 1980, according to a National Health and Nutrition Survey. And estimates point to a larger girth in the future. Globally, more than 500 million people are obese, according to the World Health Organization. That number is slated to more than double by 2030.

Dr. Sandeep Kalra

Be on the lookout for publications by Dr. Kalra on selected health issues.