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Jana Care

Dietitian/ Nutritionist, Health Specialist
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# C 'J', 84, 8th Main Rd, Koramangala 1A Block Koramangala 3 Block
Bangalore, Karnataka - 560075
Details for Dt. Nidhi Mittal
international College For Girls
M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Professional Memberships
Indian Dietetic Association
Past Experience
4 Years Experience As Dietician at Manipal Hospital
  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
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    It is not always that fats are bad for us, they are even good at times that is fats help our body to absorb certain vitamins. However, too much quanity is not good for our. Read on to know reasons why fats are good for our health.

    1. Fats are considered to be the best source of energy that is derived from food for the body.

    2. Fats which contain medium chain fatty acids, like coconut oil, help in weight loss. The good fats, increase the fat burning, reduce unhealthy cravings, and prevent unhealthy storage of fat in the body.

    3. Fats from good sources are beneficial for weight gain in case of an underweight person.

    4. Fats are known to maintain the body temperature as they provide heat. Heat insulation is provided by the fat under the skin.

    5. The calories from the fat are saved in the body as a fuel.

    6. Fats which are healthy increase the absorption of fat soluble vitamins like a, d, e and k along with mineral absorption.

    7. Carotene is converted to vitamin a by the good fat and this is good for the eyesight.

    8. Fats are considered to be good lubricants and prevent dehydration.

    9. A protective padding is provided by fat around vital organs.

    10. The healthy fats prevent the body from experiencing inflammation, thereby improving immunity.

    11. Healthy building blocks are formed for hormones and cell membranes by fats. The good fats are used by the body to build the cell walls. The 10 trillion cells in the body require fats to metabolize insulin.

    12. Fatty acids which are found in the healthy fats such as caprylic acid are believed to act as anti-viral substances and antibacterial by lauric acid.

    13. Stearic and palmitic acids are found in fat rich food which help to lower the cholesterol.

    14. Butyric acid which is found in some fats like ghee help in reducing the risk of cancer.

    15. Good and high quality fats help in memory enhancement, mental functions, and happiness and learning abilities.

    16. Fats like coconut oil, castor oil and ghee lubricate the colon and provide support in digestion and elimination process.

    17. Ghee is considered to have some medicinal properties as it has the ability to absorb nutrients from the herbs. These fats also carry herbs to the desired tissue or organ.

    18. Fat is believed to be a good source of food for the pregnant women as it helps with the development of the child's brain.

    19. Healthy fat rich foods are also dense in nutrients such as minerals, calcium and vitamin e, a, d, k.

    20. Flexibility and endurance is promoted by healthy fats which is very helpful in people who work for long shift hours that are physically demanding.
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  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
    Getting wet in the rains on the way to work usually means cold, flu, body ache and absenteeism, avoid the common monsoon ailments, stay dry and healthy with these simple tips:-

    Keep a spare set of clothes to change into when you get wet.
    Drink lots of water: it flushes out the toxins
    Increase your intake of vitamin c with foods like oranges, papaya, bell peppers, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, lemon juices, strawberries.

  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
    Be it measures for weight loss or a fit physique, in modern times, people are beginning to grow more health conscious. If you've already made the transition from burgers to broccoli, then you're possibly on the right path. Yet, following such stringent dietary measures can be a troublesome task. Considering such, the following foods that are mentioned tend to break the monotony of your daily diet and push you further into your quest for a healthier life. They are:

    1) Spaghetti squash: If you're a connoisseur of pasta, then take note. Spaghetti squash is a healthy vegetable that comes along with its very own noodles. It comprises of a wide variety of nutrients, which include vitamin C and A, along with being highly rich in potassium and calcium. Moreover, it also adequately provides your daily fiber requirement.

    2) Azuki beans: Azuki beans, commonly known as red beans, are rich sources of iron, magnesium and zinc. Along with such nutrients, it also overflows with folic acid, which facilitates the body in producing new cells and also aids in preventing DNA, changes which can result in cancer.

    3) Dandelion greens: Dandelion greens are packed with bunch of calcium, vitamins and proteins and can be usually used in smoothies and salads.

    4) Purple potatoes: All kinds of potatoes are packed with nutrients like vitamin C and potassium, but these delectable potatoes contain almost four times the quantity of antioxidants in comparison to normal potatoes. Furthermore, a study concluded that two helpings of purple potato can decrease your blood pressure by nearly 4% and can also decrease the risk of heart diseases.

    5) Chia seeds: These seeds, which are entirely grown for eating are packed with fiber, proteins and calcium. They are also rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, which lead to improved cardiovascular health.
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