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Dt. Gowthami

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chennai

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dt. Gowthami is a renowned Dietitian/Nutritionist in Chintadripet, Chennai. You can visit him/her at Pragow in Chintadripet, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dt. Gowthami on Lybrate.com.

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Hi team Lybrate! My father is suffering from diabetes. I just want to know the list of food to avoid. I would request to give certain examples of food to eat/avoid. Thanks in advance.

BAMS, PGFP
Ayurveda, Jalgaon
Hi team Lybrate!
My father is suffering from diabetes. I just want to know the list of food to avoid. I would request...
Avoid all sweet food viz banana sugarcane etc. Use mostly fruit vegetables. Avoid leafy vegetables. Take meal in evening only not at night. Control the water intake.
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She has gone through uterus removal operation 2 year back, since then she has gained very much weight from 68 she is now 79 kgs. She has knee pain and back pain also. These are after the operation only. Can you please suggest some homeopathy medicine for reducing weight and overcoming those problems.

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
She has gone through uterus removal operation 2 year back, since then she has gained very much weight from 68 she is ...
homoepathic treatment calsi pct 2tab 3times phyto b Q 20drops 3times calc fluor 6x 4pills 3times arthritis 15drop 3times in 1/4cup of water after meals
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7 Habits of Emotionally Evolved People

Masters In Psychology , CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy , REBT Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, BArch
Psychologist, Thane
7 Habits of Emotionally Evolved People

You can train the physical body to do tremendous physical activities. You can train your brain to become smarter. Similar is the case with emotions. Emotional quotient or EQ is like IQ which measures your ability to handle emotions. Not everybody has their emotions mastered, but there are some who do. Let us look at seven habits of  emotionally intelligent people.

1. They know how to ask and when to say no

“Confidence is knowing who you are and not changing it a bit because of someone’s version of reality is not your reality". Shannon L. Alder

Have you ever found yourself in a party that sucks? Or in a toxic relationship not knowing how to get out? People who are emotionally intelligent are aware of their feelings.They figure out how to say no and ask. They do this without attaching anger to it and are in a comfortable place they won’t exchange for the world. These two habits of being able to say no and asking for something needs assertiveness. 

2. They let go more frequently

“Forget what hurt you but never forget what it taught you.” Shannon L. Alder

Traditionally in India monkeys are on a chain with a basic box trap filled with groundnuts. There is a slit wide enough for the monkey to put his hand in and out. The monkey tries to grab groundnuts from the slit in box. But as he makes his fist to hold the nuts he is unable to get its hand out of the slit. And he gets trapped in the dilemma. What the monkey needs to do is to let go the nuts. Emotionally intelligent people understand that holding on to something is supporting and being captive to negative emotions. They know how unhealthy it is and also how to let go. They forgive easily but do not forget. They are smart. 

3. They know it’s okay for them to be not okay

“Wise enough to be foolish" Gauri Jayaram 

Being okay about self doesn't mean being hopeless. It means that you have a higher tolerance to accept yourself the way you are. Emotionally strong people don’t get all frustrated and worked up if they have a negative emotion. They are more oriented towards the solution than the problem. It’s like traffic, it’s horrible if you’re stuck in it. But if you look at it from the 50th floor, it’s peaceful. As Carl Rogers put it, ‘If you want to change something accept it'. Even if they are negative and disturbing sometimes. Unless we accept these emotion no change is possible.

4. They don’t fear change

“Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” Jim Rohn

Insecurities cause the fear of change. Whether it’s about a new job, new place, new relationships, anything. Emotionally intelligent people understand that ambience is imagined and internal, not external. With mastery over understanding of their emotions they adapt to changes without fear. Facing fear straight into  the eyes is the only way out. Avoidance of fear is not helpful. 

5. They know what is balance

“Balance is ultimately more painful than the giving up required to maintain balance." Scott Peck

Without the necessary balance, whatever you create on top of it, someday it will fall apart. People with high emotional intelligence are balanced and more aware. People juggling with emotions often even forget what balance feels like. Balance brings you peace and an opportunity for a smooth life. Balance is not always about doing too many things. It's also not about getting everything under control. Rather balance is about giving up pleasure and gratification to get what you want.

6. They don’t make impulsive and compulsive decisions 

"I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet.”   Gandhi

Living with making compulsive decisions is a huge risk. Emotionally intelligent people have their emotions in the right place when making decisions. They are not driven by compulsion, they are driven by consciousness. Consciousness is about being aware of what we label as automatic processing of thoughts in the mind. There is no automatic processing, we make an effort to make our lives miserable. 

7. They carry their remote to happiness

“Take charge of your life! The tides do not command the ship. The sailor does.”-Ogwo David Emenike

If someone else has a remote to your emotions, they can play any channel. Emotionally intelligent people take charge of their own happiness. They even don’t get offended easily. They realise their emotions are their responsibility. They don't look at responsibilities as burden or blame. The relate to responsibility as an ability to respond.

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I am 28 years old and I am suffering with diabetes and urine Infection from last 2 years please suggest me sugar 280 right now.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am 28 years old and I am suffering with diabetes and urine Infection from last 2 years please suggest me sugar 280 ...
please let me know your current treatment, dosage and other details like weight, height, waist circumference, fasting and pp sugar levels, hba1c% & dietary pattern.
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I am 19 years old female and my weight is 38 and I wana know if there is any food or diet plan tht increases your breast size please suggest me please at least one food item please.

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
I am 19 years old female and my weight is 38 and I wana know if there is any food or diet plan tht increases your bre...
Hi gain weight you need to combine a balanced eating pattern with regular physical activity. You should be eating at least 6 small meals a day, rather than sticking to 3 square meals. You could divide it as 3 main meals and 3 snacks. You need to be eating every 2-3 hours. Space out snacks during the day so you don't spoil your appetite. Bread, cereal, rice, whole wheat, dalia and pasta: biscuits, and corn-bread are good sources of carbohydrates. Fruits: dried fruits, fruit nectars, and large quantities of fresh fruits vegetables: include, potatoes, peas, corn in your diet. Meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts: beef, pork, lamb, poultry, salmon, omelets, nuts, peanut butter, kidney beans, chickpeas will help you gain weight. Include dairy products like milk, yogurt, and cheese: milk, fruited yogurts, hard cheeses, ice cream, puddings, custards, milkshakes. -nuts and seeds make a healthy option for snacks. -roasted channas and peanuts are good -peanut butter on the sandwiches are a great mid-meal choice. -you must know that cereals actually contain some healthy calories. Stay hydrated: drinking plenty of water and other fluids like juices, milk, soups etc, will work in your favour. Do not drink water before a meal and in between the meal as it may make you lose your appetite, thus calorie intake suffers. Sleep: at least 8 hours of sound sleep is a must. Since your body is actually building up muscles, while you rest. Weight gainers have long term side effects.
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Hi, Please suggest me. How to increase body mussels ,biceps pack with out going gym.

msc nutritional science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Gurgaon
Hi, Please suggest me. How to increase body mussels ,biceps pack with out going gym.
Dear user without going to gym if you want that you have to take protein rich diet, do daily exercise like pushups etc.
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Is it enough or beneficiary to have only 6 hours of a sleep before going for a work out?

BSc - Food Science & Nutrition, PGD in Sports Nutrition and Dietitics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Is it enough or beneficiary to have only 6 hours of a sleep before going for a work out?
Hello, sleep duration varies from person to person.Few of them are absolutely productive and energetic even after 6 hours of sleep whereas few need more. Unless there is no decrease in the productivity you should not worry,but on an average 6 to 7 hours of sound sleep is important.
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I am babu jain 30 years old. I am so much fat. I want to reduce my weight. Pls consult me to how can I reduce my weight?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I am babu jain 30 years old. I am so much fat. I want to reduce my weight. Pls consult me to how can I reduce my weight?
Our Daily energy requirements for proper functioning of our body is 1600-2200 K cal of Energy if we want to remain fit and healthy.But there is a misconception that weight is reduced by dieting.But weight is not reduced by only skipping our meals or prohibition from sugars but until we are not aware what are our body energy requirements ,it will be difficult to loose weight.If we restrict ourself from taking daily diet to 1100-1200 Kcalories ,and increases our workouts,only then we can think about reducing our weight and for that we must obtain proper knowledge of exact energy levels in a particular dish we are eating,only then we can achieve our target of reducing weight by means of simple mathematical calculation. Diet Plan for Weight Loss (1200 calories) Food Item Amount Calories (kcal) Protein (g) Early Morning Lukewarm water with lemon 1 cup Tea (without sugar) 1 cup 35Kcal 4g Marie biscuits 2 56 Kcal Breakfast Skimmed milk with sugar 1 glass 90 Kcal 8g Brown bread upma 1 plate 205 Kcal 6g OR Besan Chilla 2 290 Kcal 12g Mid-Morning Fruit salad 1 small bowl 40 Kcal Lunch Veg Khichdi 1 medium bowl 202.5 Kcal 9.5g Veg raita 1 small bowl 75 Kcal 3.5g Mix veg salad 1 bowl 30 Kcal 2g Evening Tea (without sugar) 1 cup 35 Kcal 4g Wheat rusk 2 120 Kcal 6g Dinner Missi roti (without oil) 2 200 Kcal 6g Mix veg 1 medium bowl 95 Kcal 4g Curd 1 small bowl 30 Kcal 1.5g Total 1213 kcal 54.5 g
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Hi my Weight is very low according my age. And am feeling very gastric problem. Very time so please share any tips for me. And please.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Gurgaon
Hi my Weight is very low according my age.
And am feeling very gastric problem. Very time so please share any tips fo...
your diet should be rich in proteins and carbohydrates i.e dairy products,non-veg,fruits(banana,dates,mango,anzeer.)go for gym for 1 hour everyday
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Sir my weight is only 42 and age 25. So help me how to gain weight. And diet tips.

Masters in Human Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Madurai
Sir my weight is only 42 and age 25. So help me how to gain weight. And diet tips.
Hi lybrate-user. Hope you r doing good. Ask your frnd to eat more more pasteries, milk sweets, curd, eggs, non veg. Like red meat. Consume milk daily. If he s interested ask him to ping me on my private consultation. U vl acquire a great benefit of a diet chart at minimjm cost. Thank q.
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