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Dr. Bansal - Arogya Hospital

Diabetologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, Weight Management
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Dietitian/ Nutritionist.Our mission is to blend state-of-the-art medical technology & research with a dedication to patient welfare & healing to provide you with the best possible health care.

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Muktain Nagar, Above ICICI Bank, Majiwada Flyover , Thane West
Mumbai , Maharashtra - 400601
Details for Dt. Kanchan Patwardhan
Barkatulla University, Bhopal,
BSc. Dietitics
Barkatulla University, Bhopal,
MSc. Foods & Nutrition
Professional Memberships
Indian Dietetic Association
  • BSc. Dietitics, MSc. Foods & Nutrition
    Weight Management, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, Diabetologist
    Consultation Charges: Rs 3000
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  • MSc. Foods & Nutrition, BSc. Dietitics
    Many people feel hungry throughout the day. They are lethargic until they lay their hands on food. These bouts of hunger go on like a vicious circle and if not resisted it can lead to health issues.

    1. A high: fiber diet can prevent unnecessary hunger: Your diet should be rich in fiber. Body takes a longer span of time to digest fiber rich food. It also makes you feel full for hours together. Having fiber will keep your bowel movements in control and is therefore healthy. Remember to add extra fiber to your bowl of cereals or salad to keep pangs of hunger at bay.

    2. Divide one heavy meal into two smaller meals: Eating heavy meals and that too less frequently is really bad for your health. This can make you feel hungry time and again. To control the constant rumbling inside your tummy, you should divide one big meal into two or more smaller meals. For instance, if you were supposed to eat sandwiches, boiled eggs and soup for lunch, you should probably eat sandwiches at noon and eat the soup and eggs any time later in the day.

    3. Never be a fast eater: Jumping on your food is the worst way of tackling things. Research studies show how a human brain takes more than twenty minutes to tell your body it is full and satisfied. If you don't wish to overeat throughout the day, you must consume your food slowly. This way the brain takes more time in realizing it is full and thus further time in feeling subsequent hunger.

    4. Drink more glasses of water: Every person should drink around three to four liters of water. Drinking water half an hour after a meal can keep your gustatory concerns in check for long. Water keeps you hydrated, helps in digestion and controls unnecessary hunger.

    5. Eat a good amount of protein: Protein makes you full in very little time and thus doesn't need to be consumed in great quantities. It will make you feel content for long as your blood sugar levels are in balance through protein consumption. Protein takes time to be digested.
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  • MSc. Foods & Nutrition, BSc. Dietitics
    In our day to day lifestyle, it has become very difficult to maintain routine and habits to the optimal level. But in order to, function efficiently and to put your body in full functioning capacity, here are five energy boosting foods to try:

    1. Honey: This natural sweetener is extremely low on the glycemic index and acts as muscle fuel, thus helping you to replenish the muscles during and post exercising. It is literally nature's counterpart to an energy drink that can be added to tea, water or even your yoghurt.

    2. Banana: One of the most popular and well loved energy foods, bananas being mostly composed of sugars, can provide a head-on energy boost.

    3. Nuts: They are extremely important in converting sugar into energy. Also, they are extremely handy to munch on when feeling lethargic or low in energy. Nuts like almonds, cashew nuts or hazelnuts are rich in magnesium and help to keep blood sugar levels even and supply protein to keep the hunger away.

    4. Cardamom: This popular spice is well known to help boost energy by promoting blood flow. Indulge in a cardamom laden curry or a tea infused with cardamom to combat low energy levels.

    5. Apples: Since they take much longer to digest in comparison to other fruits, these beautiful fruits provide a more prolonged energy boost. Being high in fiber, they're easy to carry around and munch on.
    This is not an exhaustive list, and there are several more where they came from. Pick out the food items that are easily available for you and keep them at hand to pick you up when you function on low energy levels.
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  • MSc. Foods & Nutrition, BSc. Dietitics
    Food for Good Night Sleep

    Eat strategically at night: Certain foods contain compounds that help the body relax and unwind so you will slip into a deep, restorative sleep faster.


    In addition to tryptophan, bananas also contain potassium and magnesium, two more natural muscle relaxants. Eat one slathered with peanut butter for a punch of belly-filling protein.


    Fresh and dried cherries are one of the few natural food sources of melatonin, which helps your body regulate sleep cycles and supports healthy cellular replication and restful sleep.


    Have a glass an hour before bed, suggests Shelby Harris, PsyD, director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City. Milk helps the brain use tryptophan and promotes the production of melatonin, which shortens the amount of time that it takes you to fall asleep. The calcium in milk also acts as a natural muscle relaxant.


    Studies show that honey contains a form of fructose that releases slowly into the blood stream,


    These heart-healthy nuts contain the magical duo of tryptophan and magnesium, which relax your muscles and make you tired,


    If you are making a late-night run to Starbucks, opt for oatmeal over coffee. Oats are a good source of high-quality carbohydrates and have natural sedative properties.

    Pumpkin Seeds

    Don't just roast these at Halloween: Pumpkin seeds are naturally rich in magnesium, calms your body and mind for a great night of sleep. Having enough magnesium in your systems decreases the chances of muscle tremors, cramps and anxiety. Toss a handful of seeds into soups, smoothies or salads
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  • MSc. Foods & Nutrition, BSc. Dietitics
    Summer care

    Summer is in its high in mumbai. Yesterday the maximum temperature was 39 degree!
    This is second highest in last ten years. With temperature and humidity, risk of heat related illnesses also grow high.
    Dehydration, heat cramps, heat stroke restlessness are common symptoms due to excessive sweating.
    Children and working people are more prone to such problems because many times they forget to drink water and other liquids.

    Generally our body controls our own body temperature, this process control by hypothalamus (part of our brain). When body temperature increases by its set point, nerves sends a message to hypothalamus and it starts its heat loss mechanism such as sweating.
    High temperature increases sweating this is general mechanism of our body, but this system breaks down when people don't drink enough water and suffer from heat stroke and dehydration.

    The symptoms of heat stroke and dehydration are:

    Elevated body temperature
    Dry skin
    Rapid heartbeat
    Increased or decreased blood pressure
    People lose large amount of salt and water through sweat. It results low sodium levels in blood. This is condition known as hyponetremia. This condition can be dangerous. And cause muscle cramps. Hyponeremia, electrolyte imbalances and crams in muscle generally happen during and after exercises because of excess sweating.

    Summer threshing formulas

    Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration
    Fruit and vegetable juices without adding sugar. It not only hydrates you but also provides many micro- nutrients to keep us active in this hot weather.
    Coconut water is best to prevent heat related problems.
    Traditional drinks such as nimbu sharbat, cocum sharbat, amm panh can be consumed in emergencies.
    Include cucumber, onion, coriander, mint, watermelon, muskmelon in your regular diet.
    Limit alcohol & caffeine, which actually dehydrate you.
    Eat freshly cooked food because bacteria in food grow very fast in summers which cause food borne diseases.
    Avoid heavy fried items.
    Eat light at night
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