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Diet Insight Clinic

Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

House no. 3278 (basement), Sector 21 D Chandigarh
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Just as our brand name “diet insight” suggests, I strive to promote healthy living, fitness and wellness by providing you an insight into a personalized balanced diet that is going to mat......more
Just as our brand name “diet insight” suggests, I strive to promote healthy living, fitness and wellness by providing you an insight into a personalized balanced diet that is going to match your lifestyle. “You are what you eat! Yes, to be fit and healthy you need to eat good food.”
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Diet Insight Clinic is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Lavleen Kaur, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in Chandigarh. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 108 patients.

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Mon-Fri
10:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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House no. 3278 (basement), Sector 21 D
Sector 21 Chandigarh, Chandigarh - 160022
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Dt. Lavleen Kaur

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Post Graduate Diploma in Health and Family Welfare, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
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8 Years experience
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Patient Review Highlights

  • "Professional" 1 review
  • "Well-reasoned" 1 review
  • "Sensible" 1 review
  • "Very helpful" 2 reviews
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  • "Very helpful" 2 reviews

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Sep 28, 2016

She has knowledge and clarify myths and health related issues perfectly . I learned many things about herbs that we should include in our diet to fight with health problems naturally. I benefited lot as being changing my lifestyle and diet pattens.Blessed that we crosses each other's life and I benefited lot by her valuable suggestions. I recommend her to many of my friends and they really benefited by following her.d

Jan 8, 2015

Getting Positive results after diet counselling from lavleen ji. Getting fitter n more active. Wish her all the best

Jan 4, 2015

You are a gem Dt Lavleen! Honestly, with your diet plan it feels like I have started something that I should have started years earlier. Also my I have lost almost 5 kgs of fat. And my doctor has stopped by medicine for high blood pressure. Thanks a lot! God bless you.

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Mom suffered from diabetes. She is facing loss of appetite ans saying that ki khane ka Mann nhi karta. Please suggest as we are really worried.

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Mom suffered from diabetes. She is facing loss of appetite ans saying that ki khane ka Mann nhi karta.
Please suggest...
Give her Lukewarm water of 2 small elachi + pinch of cinnamon to increase appetite. Start with small frequent meals. Do not force her to eat. Give her soft liquid diet with herbs and spices used in our kitchen.

Hypertension and the Salt connection

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Have You Been Told to Reduce Your Salt Intake to Reduce Bp?
Yes, you must have been but you probably have not been told how to reduce salt intake the right way.

The fact is that when we eat too much salt (sodium), our bodies will hold on to more water. This increases the amount of blood flowing through our veins and arteries which increases blood pressure.

So How to Reduce Salt Intake Properly?
- Roughly 80% of the salt we eat is hiding in processed foods like bread, biscuits and breakfast cereals, and prepared ready meals or takeaways. Only 20% comes from the salt we add while cooking or at the table.
- Salt used in daily cooking is a must. It contains sodium which is needed to retain our body's water, enable our cell walls to draw in nutrients and most importantly control our heartbeat . Sodium is needed to maintain BP. So continue using table salt for cooking. Keep the biscuits, maggi and farsans out.
- Skip the salty snacks, baked goodies, and eat out less often.
- Choose to eat more fresh foods more often.
- Use the mineral rich 'kala namak' for one of the meals through the day. It is unprocessed and rich in iodine and also sodium, potassium, and iron.

Some Super Foods to Fight with Hypertension
-Banana alternate days
-Walnut 2 soaked with breakfast
-Spinach beetroot juice once in a day
-Poppy seed water early morning or 1 tsp. poppy seeds.
-Watermelon seeds with salad 1 tsp.
-2 garlic cloves
Hypertension and the Salt connection
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Will doing crunches help lose belly fat?

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Will doing crunches help lose belly fat?

Even if you did 1,000 crunches every day, you'd unlikely trim the fat around your belly. That's because crunches tone the muscles that lie underneath your fat, but they do very little to help you lose weight - which is the key to shrinking your belly.

Any exercise will burn calories but no exercise will burn fat unless your diet allows it. You can burn fat in your sleep or you can run all day and never burn any fat. It all depends on your diet.

Fat loss is determined by calorie control, not by exercise. Good exercises for burning calories are walking, running, biking, swimming, and ANY other physical activity which makes you move a lot of weight for a long time. But NO exercise is good for burning fat if you eat too many calories because you can always eat more calories than you can burn.

Too many people waste energy and time because they do not understand this one simple point. The result is too often giving up in frustration, disuse of gym memberships they continue to pay for, and many other unnecessary problems not the least of which is a lack of success.

Crunches will have almost no effect on fat loss. And you cannot spot reduce.

It is not possible to lose fat only from a specific part of your body of your choosing. Where your body stores and removes fat is determined by your genetics and there is nothing you can do to change that short of radical procedures such as liposuction. And, in general, where it stores fat first is where it will lose it last and visa verse. The world of health and fitness has an unfortunate abundance of myths and spot reduction is one of them. There is no exercise, no pill, no supplements, no spa treatment, and no natural way to spot reduce. Your only choice is to create a caloric deficit with a healthy and balanced diet (nutrient rich), burn fat, and wait for it to leave the desired body parts.

Will doing crunches help lose belly fat?
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The delicious and cleansing ??Green Juice?

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This is a light, frothy green juice with a lot of flavour. I only added one cup of chopped spinach to the recipe but if you want to bulk up on minerals, feel free to add more.

High in vitamins and low in calories, spinach is one of the most nutrient-dense foods. When combined with sweet pineapple, this juice becomes the perfect mid-afternoon pick-me-up or a great way to start the morning.
The delicious and cleansing ??Green Juice?
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The Golden Milk

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Popping pills before sleep can be avoided, if we use kitchen ingredients in our daily food intake.

Kitchen is a great pharmacy where spices are friends of a ‪dietitian and pride of the cooks.

Here is the ‪‎Golden Milk (Fat burner and good night sleep) recipe:

1. Add 100 ml of cow's milk to 50 ml of water.
2. Add 1/2 tsp of organic ‪‎turmeric powder (haldi), pinch of ‪cinnamon (dalchini), 1/4th tsp of ‪‎nutmug‬ powder (jaiphel) and pinch of ‪‎black pepper powder.
3. Simmer it till it boils.
4. Have this warm golden milk an hour before going to bed.

Additional Tip: Use turmeric and black pepper in daily cooking to bust physical and mental stress.

‪Caution‬: Please avoid this milk if you are a pregnant women or if you are taking blood thinners or diabetes medicines.

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Republic day tricolour diet

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Healthy you = healthy nation

**tricolour sample meal plan for the healthy nation**

Early morning: green tulsi water with white banana and orange apricot
Breakfast: green methi spinach roti with white curd and orange home-made pickle
Mid-morning: papaya, kiwi & apple fruit salad
Lunch: tricolour vegetable biryani
Evening snack: tiranga sandwich with green tea
Pre-dinner: tomato, paneer, mint and basil leave salad
Dinner: green moong dal, carrot vegetable with roti

Would love to know who all tried the menu.

P. S. This is just a sample meal plan and is not intended to achieve a certain health or a lifestyle goal. However all options in the menu are healthy and can be followed by anyone.
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Every night I am having a leg pain I am not able to bear it anymore can you suggest something and also I m getting some dehydration problem do suggest me something.

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Every night I am having a leg pain I am not able to bear it anymore can you suggest something and also I m getting so...
Hello lybrate-user, I suggest that you get your vitamin d and sodium test done. Vitamin d deficiency can cause leg pain and sodium water imbalance can cause dehydration.
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Brown vs White food. Which is healthier?

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Brown rice or White rice?
Brown sugar or White sugar?
Brown bread or White bread?

Everyone is health conscious today and most of us now believe that ‪#‎brown‬ is always the most healthiest option. But is that really true?

No doubt brown rice has more fiber and is commonly used by weight conscious people. That's true but white rice is also nice. Moderate intake of white rice also acts as fat burner. White rice has Inositol, which has fat burning, anti-anxiety and irritability reducing property. So enjoy a mix of both.

Brown sugar and white sugar both have almost same calorie content 17kcal. But most of us tend to think that white sugar is refined so its not good for health. Sugar is not a killer itself. The way we use sugar makes it harmful. Intake of overloaded sugar in biscuits, pastries, cakes, sweets and dairy affects our health. Using white sugar in moderate amount in home made food is acceptable.

Both brown and white bread are source of energy. Best option for us is to eat chapati or rice that is cooked at home and fresh rather than choosing breads whose shelf life is only few hours.

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Brown vs White food. Which is healthier?
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Dietitian Tip - Seasonal Local Mangoes or Exotic Avocados?

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Seasonal local mangoes or exotic avocado?

Avocado and Mango both are rich in vitamins and minerals but which one should you choose?

Remember that the more food travels, the lesser will be nutrition. So consume seasonal & local fruits and vegetables.

Mangoes are even big yes for weight loss as it calms sugar cravings and slows down the development of fat cells.

Can I have mango if I have diabetes? Yes
Can I have mango if I have cholesterol? Yes
Can I have mango if have high bp? Yes

Remember, moderation is the key. And eat fruits on their own or first thing in the morning. Do not consume with or right after/before meals.

For all those who are concerned if mango really works for weight loss:
your mango can help you become lean and toned, but you've got to eat it at the right time. Here's how it works: a mango, eaten with a meal, alters the ph balance or acidity of the stomach and disturbs both the glycemic index and glycemic load of your meal. When a mango is eaten on its own, exactly like the way you often eat your papaya and melon, the sugars and the micro-nutrients in the fruit are much more available to the body than they would be, when it is consumed along with, or right after a meal. So eat your mango after dinner, or have it, as some of us love to do, as aamras, with hot puris, and sure, you will be expanding that ring around your waist.

Eat it first thing in the morning, or just after physical exercise, and it may just help you get that six pack.

If you have any further questions on issues related to nutrition or diet, ask me by clicking on 'Consult'.

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The number 1 mantra to digest food and get rid of acidity and constipation:

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The number 1 mantra to digest food and get rid of acidity and constipation:

Before eating - folding hands
During eating - crossing legs
After eating - folding legs (Vajrasana)

How you eat is as important as what you eat and when you eat.
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Can't control when you eat your favorite dish and always end up overeating? Eat with your hands and stop spoon feeding.

It will not only help you learn portion control, but improves digestion and promotes mindful eating. Eating with the hands engages all the senses and keeps you present while eating because fingers connect to the stomach through your lips.

Don?t kids just look so happy and carefree, eating with their hands? Live a little, try something new, have some fun :)
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"If you keep GOOD FOOD in your fridge you will eat GOOD FOOD"

Refreshing ‪Watermelon in hot summers hydrate body.
Perfect fruit for skin, digestive tract and maintain blood pressure.
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Do not become a victim of ‪SwineFLU‬. If you have symptoms of fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat, breathing difficulty, body ache, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue or blood in sputum then do get yourself checked at a health center as soon as possible.DO's-Drink plenty of water.-Eat food to improve immunity like protein rich soya, nuts, egg, meat, whole grains, fruits and vegetables.-Wash hands frequently. When not possible use a hand sanitizer.-Cover nose and mouth while sneezing.-Avoid close contact with people having cough or cold.-Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth with your hands.DONT's-Spit in public.-Take medicines without consulting physician.-Shake hands or hug in greeting.



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"Lavleen I can't wake up without having a cup of tea...chai ka cup mil jaye to I feel good." Common words I hear everyday.

Tea is only a stimulant and gives that kick to keep you going. But what you are actually doing by having tea on empty stomach every time is suppressing your appetite and then because you don't feel like eating much your body gets nutrient deficient and you feel very tired by the end of the day. Not to mention the other harms it can do to your body including Acidity, Indigestion and Kidney damage.

Start your day with fruit and end with a warm cup of turmeric milk. Gradually embed green tea in your routine and replace normal tea. Walk daily. Do it for a week and feel the difference.
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What you think you need to do to look better, lose fat and get in shape AND what you actually need to do.
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Popcorn is a healthy whole-grain snack that contains plenty of fiber. Just a 30gm serving - that's half a small box of popcorn in the cinema - is equivalent to one daily portion of brown rice or whole wheat pasta.

Note: It can quickly turn to junk food once it's popped in oil and slathered in butter, salt or other toppings.
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What do you want most out of your life?
Remember that sometimes you may have to give up and sacrifice what you want in the moment to achieve what you want in long term.
Don't give up what you want the most for what you want in the moment!
Have a great day :)
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Replace your chaat, burger, tikki, pakora, samosa and other fried junk with this healthy & delicious snack in the evenings!

Whether you want to bulk up or lose weight, working this fiber-rich vegetable into your diet will help you reach your fitness goals.

Sweet potatoes pack a powerful nutritional punch. They are one of the best sources of vitamin A and packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, potassium, magnesium and dietary fiber that are essential for optimal health.

And yes, safe for diabetics - it assists in stabilising the blood sugar levels.

HOW TO CHOOSE:
Choose sweet potatoes that are firm and do not have any cracks, bruises or soft spots.

BEST WAY TO COOK:
Steam or boil.

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I want to write a book.
I want to lose weight.
I want to make more money.
I want to change the world.
I want to….

Most of us have a list of “I want to’s” but far fewer of us go any further than that.

Why?

It’s not because we can't, although sometimes we like to tell ourselves that.

It’s really because we don't want to bad enough.

“If it’s important you’ll find a way. If it’s not, you’ll find an excuse.”

It’s time to take inventory and decide.

Who do you want to become? What do you want to achieve?

There’s no better day than today to start turning those “I want to’s” into “to do’s.”

It might not be easy and it probably won't happen overnight but your life, your mission, whatever it is you were called to do is too important for you to settle. Don't keep putting it off. Don't keep wishing and dreaming. Start doing.

And, when you want to give up… read this again and keep going.

Every success comes at a price (time, effort, attention). You just need to be willing to pay it.
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Chewing chewing gum good or bad for teeth? Some genuine advice please. If good which one is advisable?

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Gums with sugar should be avoided. Sugar-free chewing gums are non-harmful. Some may claim that it helps fight activities however no scientific evidence exists. Also, not all sugar-free gums are good. Be aware that non-sugar sweeteners sometimes cause bloating, diarrhea or flatulence. So your decision lies in what suits your body. If you don't have such side effects and you are addicted to it, then go for it. Better avoid gums if you can. Chew neem sticks instead.
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