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Dt. Ryan Fernando

M.Sc Clinical Biochemistry

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore

21 Years Experience  ·  3000 - 125000 at clinic
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Dt. Ryan Fernando M.Sc Clinical Biochemistry Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
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Dt. Ryan Fernando is one of the best Dietitian/Nutritionists in RMV Hospital, Bangalore. He has been a successful Dietitian/Nutritionist for the last 21 years. He is a M.Sc Clinical Biochemistry . He is currently practising at Qua Nutrition, Sadashivnagar in RMV Hospital, Bangalore. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dt. Ryan Fernando on Lybrate.com.

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Education
M.Sc Clinical Biochemistry - Goa Medical College, Panaji, - 1997
Languages spoken
English
Professional Memberships
Nutrition Foundation of India (NFI)
International Nutrition Foundation (INF)

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Qua Nutrition, Sadashivnagar

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I am 22 year old man my problem it my height my height 5 feet and my weight 68 kg so I need to increase 5 inches.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I am 22 year old man my problem it my height my height 5 feet and my weight 68 kg so I need to increase 5 inches.
First you need to under stand some thing that the height a person attains is mostly decided right from the time a person is born, by his genetics. Height is mostly hereditary and a persons height is determined by the height of the father or mother. Still some inches of growth is possible by taking some healthy steps which you should always try. Try taking a healthy food and never skip a break fast. Sleep adequately. Growth hormone is released at night in sleep and you should give sufficient time to sleep. Do regular exercise. Preferably stretching exercises like skipping, hanging from the bar or standing tall on ones toes. Also sports such as badminton and basketball also increases the height. Adequate weight control is essential to divert your energy to increase in height. You can try all of them regularly and just hope for the best. Don't fall for all the super natural remedies claiming to increase height in 2-3 weeks.
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Traditional Medicine VS Holistic Medicine

BHMS, PGD IN FAMILY WELFARE &HEALTH MANAGEMENT, pg diploma in clinical research and pharmacovigilance
Homeopath, Shimla
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Traditional Medicine VS Holistic Medicine

Sir please give me accurate diet chart for diabetic person because my mom is suffering with diabetes please thank you.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Sir please give me accurate diet chart for diabetic person because my mom is suffering with diabetes please thank you.
Mr. lybrate-user, thanks for the query. To give an "accurate diet chart" I need to know following things: her present fasting, Pp glucose levels, HbA1c%, weight, height, extent of daily exercise, present dietary patter, drugs with dosage. After going through all those details only I will be able to provide a specific diet for her. Because it has to be patient specific plan. So my suggestion is please come in a private conversation with all the above details. Thanks.
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Robotic Surgery - Advantages, Risks and Usefulness

M.CH - Surgical Oncology, MBBS
Oncologist, Visakhapatnam
Robotic Surgery - Advantages, Risks and Usefulness

Robot-assisted surgery or robotic surgery is a new age surgical procedure that helps a doctor to perform complicated procedures with better flexibility and more precision. This is essentially a union of high-end technology and the hand-eye co-ordination of a skilled surgeon. It helps a doctor to have a highly magnified, 3D high definition image of the human anatomy. The procedure is performed by making tiny incisions with the help of consoles in the robotic machine. Robotic surgery has found varied application in surgeries, primarily in cancers related to the kidney, colon, rectum, Uterus, stomach, esophagus and so on. 

About the robotic surgery procedure: 
This process of surgery was approved by the FDA in 2000 in the US. Since then it has been rapidly adopted by hospitals across US, Europe, and Asia. Typically, robotic instruments include a mechanical arm and a camera arm along with surgical instruments attached to it. The surgeon takes control of the mechanical arm and the console gives a 3D view to perform the procedure. 

Primary Advantages of Robotic Surgery 
For a surgeon, robotic surgery means greater precision, more control, and better outcome. For a patent, robotic surgery essentially means fewer complications, reduced blood loss, less pain, reduced chances of infection at the site, fewer scars etc. The recovery time for a patient also reduces substantially, which in turn implies lesser number of days in the hospital. 

How is robotic surgery helpful for cancer patients? 
Cancer surgeries are complicated in most of the cases. Having said this, an increased number of surgical oncologists are getting inclined to robotic surgeries for performing cancer-related procedures with greater amount of precision. As many cancer surgeries are technically demanding and take a prolonged time, Robotic surgery helps the surgeon perform a better job due its optics and better precision and control. However, the scope of robotic surgery varies on the type of cancer a patient is suffering from. Not all cancer-related surgeries qualify for robotic surgeries. 

What are the risks involved in robotic surgery? 
Like any open surgery, robotic surgeries have risks associated with them. The risks invovlved will be related to the organ being operated upon. There are no specific complications due to the Robot per se. 

Which kind of patients qualify for robotic surgery? 
Not all patients qualify for robotic surgery. This form of invasive surgery is only possible if a doctor feels that there is less amount of complications involved during the procedure. After weighing the risks, a doctor takes a call on whether or not to go ahead with a robotic surgery.

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Hello. I want to know that whether soy milk is good for consumption? And is that a1 milk? What kind of crisis can it produce in the body? As I have heard that soybeans are carcinogenic.

BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
Hello. I want to know that whether soy milk is good for consumption? And is that a1 milk? What kind of crisis can it ...
Anything healthy in moderate amount is never harmfull. Soya milk is rich in protein. If you willing to take protein diet you include soy milk.
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I do gyming 5 days a week but i am unable to reduce my body fat . I lift heavy in the gym as well as run and jog on the treadmill properly ,so I think there is no issue in the workout part of fat loss. Can you help with the sort of vegetarian diet to follow and appropriate time to take diet for fat loss.

MBBS, MD - MD- Skin & VD
Dermatologist, Ahmedabad
I do gyming 5 days a week but i am unable to reduce my body fat . I lift heavy in the gym as well as run and jog on t...
Aggressive work out also takes time o show result, it can take 1 to 3 months to show you changes in the body. Diet is the main focus after workout. -in the morning, take one glass hot lemon water with honey 8: 00 a. M. -take breakfast like up a/poha/sandwich with one glass milk10: 00 a. M. -eat one fruit like banana/melon/apple 12: 00 -have butter milk and then take your meal.(eat either steamed rice or chapati, not both and eat lesser than you normally eat.) 2: 00 p. M. -take green tea 4: 00 p. M. -eat roasted chana/ khakhra, one digestive or marie biscuit with tea/coffee/bournvita/proteinex (you may add sugar if you feel the need) 6: 00 p. M. -eat dinner like boiled vegetables/baked vegetables/soup /khichdi 8: 00 p. M. If you are starving with this diet, you can add few more healthy foods, but keep a gap of two hours in each.
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BAMS, YIC, DEC
Ayurveda,

Hi I'm a male or boy can we drink fruits juices and vegetables juices in the evening or night.

Masters Of Science In Dietetics And Food Service Management Msc. (DFSM), Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), Advanced Clinical Nutrition Program, Post Graduate Diploma In Clinical Nutrition And Dietetics PGD, Bachelors Degree In Applied Nutrition Bhsc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hi I'm a male or boy can we drink fruits juices and vegetables juices in the evening or night.
Hello lybrate-user, fruits and vegetable juices are very good to detoxify your system and should be had in the morning for its best results. Have lemon juice or buttermilk or soy milk in the evening.
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Sir I workout at morning running and playing football and 2 hours of activity I taking diet of milk and brown bread can you tell me befits and suggest the good one for me Thanks.

MD - Consultant Physician, Doctor of Medicine, MD
General Physician, Ahmedabad
Sir I workout at morning running and playing football and 2 hours of activity I taking diet of milk and brown bread c...
Oats with muscle almonds straw berries banana. Dates.fresh juices proteins fish chicken eggs mushroom soya tofu.
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How to Stop Saying 'Yes' When You Want to Say 'No'

M.Sc - Applied Psychology, Advanced Diploma In Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Mumbai
How to Stop Saying 'Yes' When You Want to Say 'No'

Many of us tend to comply with every single request that is put forward to us by our peers, family, or at the workplace by our superiors. We choose to take up more jobs than we can efficiently handle and put unnecessary stress on ourselves even at the cost of our time and well-being. Must we always do that? Why do we say yes?

People have the notion that saying no can come across as rude or uncaring. You may feel that you are letting someone down by turning down their request or risking a relationship when in reality, it has mostly to do with your self-confidence than your relationships with people. People who have low self-confidence tend to value their own needs less than the needs of others.

It may branch from overbearing parents, high expectations set by your peers and mentors or experiencing parenthood yourself and setting unreasonable standards for yourself. Childhood influences are usually the biggest cause of people always saying ‘yes’ all the time.

How to start saying say no?
If you want to take a step back and start saying no to make sure your own needs are valued, here’s what you need to do.

  1. Refuse politely, when it seems not possible: Do not overcomplicate responses and try to be as simple in your responses as you can be. If you are asked to do something, and you want to say no, try to be polite in your body language and state that it is not convenient for you at the moment and that you would rather get back to it later.
  2. Seek time before committing: The transition from saying ‘yes’ all the time to saying no does take time! Start to give yourself more time and ask people to get back to you later. This way you can begin to build more self-confidence and learn to say no over time. This also allows you to evaluate your response instead of immediately saying yes or no to the person asking the favor or task.
  3. Do not feel guilty: Deep down if you want to do a favor, you can go ahead with it, but you should also understand that it is okay to say no, and there is no need to associate guilt with it. You should set boundaries and allow people around you to understand how much favors they can ask you for instead of presenting you with an endless amount of favors from you.
  4. Set your boundaries: Refusal does not amount to rejection as you have just as much right to say ‘no’ as the person who is asking the favor from you. You are simply turning down a request, and in most situations, there is a middle ground for compromises where both you and the requester can be satisfied. If you have limited time to fulfill a request, let the person know and help out only as much as you can without overstepping your boundaries.

Bringing in these changes can help you be more self-confident, and at the same time enable you to say no when you need to without weighing yourself down with expectations and fear or rejection.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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