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Dr. Ms. Ranjit Kaur  - Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

Dr. Ms. Ranjit Kaur

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

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Dr. Ms. Ranjit Kaur 90% (29 ratings) Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nu... Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar
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Dr. Ms. Ranjit Kaur is a renowned Dietitian/Nutritionist in Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar. She has over 17 years of experience as a Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is a qualified Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management . She is currently associated with Ranjit Fat Loss & Diet Clinic in Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Ms. Ranjit Kaur on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition - Punjabi University, Patiala - 2001
Fellowship In Obesity Management - Robert Gordon University,Aberdeen,Scotland - 2001
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Award Given By IDA For Guiding Her Fellows In Dietitics
Best Clinical Outcomes In Epileptic Patients With Ketogenic Diets
Award Given By GMC, Chandigarh For Her Extensive Lecture On Obesity, A Growing Challenge
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Certificate Awarded By GMC For Her Extensive Support To The Department of Pediatrics Nutrition
Awarded as Best Fellow Student In Obesity Management Program at RGU,Scotland
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Indian Dietetic Association

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Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

How To Detox This Navratra?

Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

How to detox this navratri?

1st. Cook right: kuttu can be used to make dosa, uttapam and rotis instead of poori and parantha. Steamed idli of kuttu and samai is a healthy breakfast and snack option. Makhanas can be roasted with sendha namak instead of frying, or used as a kheer to satiate your sweet tooth. 

2nd use healthier alternatives: processed sugar can be replaced with jaggery (gur) or honey. Spices are a power house of antioxidants and protective foods. They add health and taste to food as well as aiding in digestion. Jeera (cumin, elaichi (cardamom) and dhania (coriander seeds) are known for their carminative action.

3 rdchoose healthy when eating out. Try upma made with samai or a simple pulao with a fruit raita to finish. Sago khichdi, with meetha pumpkin subzi is another alternative. Want something exotic? quinoa and amaranth salads are a great meal choice. Grilled paneer tikka and baked potato are delicious snacks which won’t hurt your detox plan. 

4th break your fast with something healthy and light: some of us follow the path of one meal a day during this period. In such a situation, break your fast with some fruits or nuts. Warm lauki soup or fresh coconut water are light on the stomach and replenish fluid and electrolytes. Just because you have fasted through the day doesn’t mean that you eat through the night. Have a light meal with vegetables, dahi and some cereal grains. 

5th eat regular meals: eat at about the same time daily, it makes the digestion more efficient and helps the body utilize food energy effectively. This helps keep up your energy levels, keep exhaustion at bay and prevents bingeing.

6th drink right: the weather is still warm, and the body needs to be kept hydrated. In our celebratory mode, we forget to drink adequate fluids. Low calorie fluids like fresh lemon water, for its vitamin c (a natural antioxidant), and coconut water with its sodium, potassium and calcium, rehydrate and cleanse. Green tea is a rich source of catechin, a strong antioxidant, making it a perfect drink to detox. But do not forget water, the best drink for our body!

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Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

At 6 months of age, introduce a variety of safe and nutritious foods to complement breastfeeding, and continue to breastfeed until babies are 2 years of age or beyond.

On its own, breast milk provides all the nutrients and fluids that babies need for their first 6 months of healthy growth and development. Exclusively breastfed babies have better resistance against common childhood illnesses such as diarrhoea, respiratory infections and ear infections. In later life, those who were breastfed as infants are less likely to become overweight or obese, or to suffer from noncommunicable diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Dietary tips for young children 

# eat a variety of foods- eat a combination of different foods, including staple foods (e. G. Cereals such as wheat, barley, rye, maize or rice, or starchy tubers or roots such as potato, yam, taro or cassava), legumes (e. G. Lentils, beans), vegetables, fruit and foods from animals sources (e. G. Meat, fish, eggs and milk)

# eating a variety of whole (i. E. Unprocessed) and fresh foods every day helps children and adults to obtain the right amounts of essential nutrients. It also helps them to avoid a diet that is high in sugars, fats and salt, which can lead to unhealthy weight gain.

3. Eat plenty of vegetables and fruit - Eat a wide variety of vegetables and fruit for snacks, choose raw vegetables and fresh fruit, rather than foods that are high in sugars, fats or salt. Avoid overcooking vegetables and fruit as this can lead to the loss of important vitamins.

# vegetables and fruit are important sources of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, plant protein and antioxidants. People whose diets are rich in vegetables and fruit have a significantly lower risk of obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and certain types of cancer.

5. Eat moderate amounts of fats and oils-Use unsaturated vegetable oils (e. G. Olive, soy, sunflower or corn oil) rather than animals fats or oils high in saturated fats (e. G. Butter, ghee, lard, coconut and palm oil)

# choose white meat (e. G. Poultry) and fish, which are generally low in fats, in preference to red meat. Eat only limited amounts of processed meats because these are high in fat and salt.

# avoid processed, baked and fried foods that contain industrially produced trans-fat.

6. Eat less salt and sugars - When cooking and preparing foods, limit the amount of salt and high-sodium condiments (e. G. Soy sauce and fish sauce. Avoid foods (e. G. Snacks), that are high in salt and sugars 

Limit intake of soft drinks or soda and other drinks that are high in sugars (e. G. Fruit juices, cordials and syrups, flavoured milks and yogurt drinks).
# choose fresh fruits instead of sweet snacks such as cookies, cakes and chocolate."> Healthy dietary tips for breastfeed baby and young children 

As we all know nutrition at all phases of life is very precious wheather it is infant, growing and young children's nutrition. Here are some easy tips which we should keep in mind in daily routine.

- From birth to 6 months of age, feed babies exclusively with breast milk (i. E. Give them no other food or drink), and feed them" on demand" (i. E. Often as they want, day and night)
At 6 months of age, introduce a variety of safe and nutritious foods to complement breastfeeding, and continue to breastfeed until babies are 2 years of age or beyond.

On its own, breast milk provides all the nutrients and fluids that babies need for their first 6 months of healthy growth and development. Exclusively breastfed babies have better resistance against common childhood illnesses such as diarrhoea, respiratory infections and ear infections. In later life, those who were breastfed as infants are less likely to become overweight or obese, or to suffer from noncommunicable diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Dietary tips for young children 

# eat a variety of foods- eat a combination of different foods, including staple foods (e. G. Cereals such as wheat, barley, rye, maize or rice, or starchy tubers or roots such as potato, yam, taro or cassava), legumes (e. G. Lentils, beans), vegetables, fruit and foods from animals sources (e. G. Meat, fish, eggs and milk)

# eating a variety of whole (i. E. Unprocessed) and fresh foods every day helps children and adults to obtain the right amounts of essential nutrients. It also helps them to avoid a diet that is high in sugars, fats and salt, which can lead to unhealthy weight gain.

3. Eat plenty of vegetables and fruit__ eat a wide variety of vegetables and fruit for snacks, choose raw vegetables and fresh fruit, rather than foods that are high in sugars, fats or salt. Avoid overcooking vegetables and fruit as this can lead to the loss of important vitamins.

# vegetables and fruit are important sources of vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, plant protein and antioxidants. People whose diets are rich in vegetables and fruit have a significantly lower risk of obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and certain types of cancer.

5. Eat moderate amounts of fats and oils - Use unsaturated vegetable oils (e. G. Olive, soy, sunflower or corn oil) rather than animals fats or oils high in saturated fats (e. G. Butter, ghee, lard, coconut and palm oil)

# choose white meat (e. G. Poultry) and fish, which are generally low in fats, in preference to red meat. Eat only limited amounts of processed meats because these are high in fat and salt.

# avoid processed, baked and fried foods that contain industrially produced trans-fat.

6. Eat less salt and sugars-When cooking and preparing foods, limit the amount of salt and high-sodium condiments (e. G. Soy sauce and fish sauce. Avoid foods (e. G. Snacks), that are high in salt and sugars 
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Limit intake of soft drinks or soda and other drinks that are high in sugars (e. G. Fruit juices, cordials and syrups, flavoured milks and yogurt drinks).

# choose fresh fruits instead of sweet snacks such as cookies, cakes and chocolate.

For Sound Sleep Have Cup Of Milk Before Off To Bed!

Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar

For sound sleep have cup of milk before off to bed.

As we all know, milk is a complete food & it is very important food for our health. Drink a cup of warm milk before going to bed for good sleep.

Calcium and vitamin d which are found in milk helps to build strong, healthy bones and teeth, and the potassium allows maintenance of healthy blood pressure. The immediate benefit of warm milk before bed that it allows you to sleep like a baby by keeping your body relaxed and calm.

Simply take your favourite mug, fill with hot milk and add your own blend of natural sweetener, your choice of condiments like elachi, kesar, almond etc which helps in smooth sleep.

Moon milk help in easing stress and strengthening your immune system.

Milk itself contains tryptophan and melatonin, which are natural substances that are known for inducing sleep.

Importance of milk before Off to bed

Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar
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I am 19 years old and my weight is 53 kg. Now my weight is not growing, tell me any remedy.

Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition, Fellowship In Obesity Management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Amritsar
I am 19 years old and my weight is 53 kg. Now my weight is not growing, tell me any remedy.
- Take regular meals - Add carbohydrates, fats, proteins, in each meal (like in breakfast, lunch, dinner) - Take in between snakes like dry fruits, bananas, peanuts chikki. - increased intake of chappti or rice in a day.
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What is ph level of body

A ph value is a number from 1 to 14, with 7 as the middle (neutral) point.â value below 7 indicate acidity which increases as the number decreases, 1 being the most acidic. Values above 7 indicate alkalinity which increases as the number increases, 14 being the most alkaline. 

Just like different substance, different parts of the humanâ body have different ph levels. Your ideal blood ph is between 7.35 and 7.45, which is slightly alkaline. The stomach is typically at a ph of 3.5, which helps food break down properly.

A ph of 0 indicates a high level of acidity. 
A ph of 7 is neutral.
A ph of 14 is the most basic, or alkaline. 

So to maintain ph of our body, we should consume foods like, green vegetables, fruits, oatmeal. &more water.

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