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Dr. Dhawan's Medicentre

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Shop no N31/4 ,Malviya Nagar,Opp Sheikh Sarai,R.P.S Flats market,Near APJ School
New Delhi, Delhi - 110017
Details for Dt. Kavita Agarwal
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University - Agra
B.Sc. - Home Science
Diploma in Food & Nutrition & Diabetic Educator
M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
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  • B.Sc. - Home Science, Diploma in Food & Nutrition & Diabetic Educator , M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
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  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Diploma in Food & Nutrition & Diabetic Educator , B.Sc. - Home Science
    Here 8 simple nutrition rules that will help you buil muscle, lose fat get stronger.

    1. Eat breakfast: you get energy from the first hour and you'll be less hungry the rest of the day. It also sets the trend: you'll tend to eat healthier if your day starts with a strong healthy breakfast.

    Your best bet: omelets, smoothies & cottage cheese, veg. Poha, milk daliya etc.

    2. Eat every 3 hours. The easiest way: breakfast, lunch, dinner, post workout, pre bed and 2 snacks in between.


    Less hunger. Eating more smaller meals vs. Few big meals will decrease your stomach size. You'll fell full faster and waist will trim.

    Less craving. Not eating for long periods usually causes overnight at the next meal or ending at the candy machine.

    Eat at fixed times every day and your body will get hungry at those fixed times. Example: 7 am, 10 am, 1 pm, 4 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm, 10 pm.

    3. Eat protien with each meals. You nees protein to build and maintain muscle. Proteins also help fat loss since they have the highest thermic effect. And they satiate: proteins make you full longer than carbs.

    How much protein should you eat daily? at least 1g per pound of body-weight. That's 200g/day if you weigh 200lbs. The easiest way to get this amount is to eat a whole protein source with each meal. Some include:

    Red meat. Beef, pork, lamb, deer, buffalo, etc.
    Poultry. Chicken, turkey, duck, etc.
    Fish. Tuna, salmon, sardines, mackerel, etc.
    Eggs. Don't believe the cholesterol myths. Eat the yolk.
    Dairy. Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, quark, yogurt, etc.
    Whey. Not necessary but great for easy
    Post workout shakes.

    4. Eat fruits veggies with each meal. Most of them are low calorie: you can eat your stomach full without gaining fat or weight. Fruits veggies are also full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber which helps digestion.

    Some of my favorite fruits veggies are: apples, berries, pineapple, oranges, bananas, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, pumpkin, beans, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, bok choy, roman lettuce, chicory, peas, etc.

    5. Eat carbs post workout only. While you need carbs for energy, most people eat more than they need. Limit your carb intake to post workout only.
    Eat fruits veggies with all meals.

    These contain little carbs compared to whole grains. Exception: corn, carrots, raisins.

    Other carbs post workout only. This is rice, pasta, bread, potatoes, quinoa, oats, etc. Avoid white carbs and eat whole grain.

    Exception. If you're a skinny guy who wants to gain weight: eat carbs post workout and post workout. More if needed.

    6. Eat healthy fats. Healthy fats improve fat loss and health. They also satiate, digest slowly and are cheap. Eat healthy fats with every meal and avoid artificial trans -fats margarine. Balance your fat intake.
    Saturated fats. Increase testosterone levels. Dietary cholesterol is not bound to blood cholesterol. Real butter, whole eggs, red meat.
    Monounsaturated fats. Protect against heart diseases and cancers. Extra virgin olive oil, olives, mixed nuts.
    Polyunsaturated fats. Increase testosterone levels, promote fat loss, decrease inflammation, fish oil, ground flax seeds, mixed nuts.

    7. Drink water. Strength training causes water loss through sweating which can impair muscle recovery. Drinking water prevents dehydration but also hunger since an empty stomach can make you think you're hungry.
    1 us gallon water/day. Drink 1 cup of water first thing on waking up, 2 cups with each meal and sip water during your workout.

    8. Eat whole foods 90% of the time. Read 10 foods you think are healthy but aren't and 20 super foods. To really get the results you want, 90% of your food intake should consist of whole foods.

    Whole foods. Unprocessed and unrefined (or little refined) foods that come as close as possible to their natural state. Examples: fresh meat, fish, poultry, eggs, veggies, legumes, fruits, rice, oats, quinoa,
    Processed foods. Usually contain added sugars, trans-fats, nitrates, corn syrup, sodium and more chemicals. Examples: bagels, fruit bars, cereals, pizza, cookies, sausages, frozen meals, supplements.
    Eat whole foods 90% of the time. Difference in result is insignificant compared to eating 100% healthy. So if you eat 6x/day, you can eat 4 junk meals per week guilt-free. Same with alcohol & sweet drinks: 10% of the time is ok.

    Example diet.

    Breakfast: eggs with veggies, orange, green tea

    Snack: mixed nuts, pear

    Lunch: tuna, roman lettuce, olives, olive oil

    Snack: cottage cheese with apple

    Post workout: ground round, quinoa, spinach, banana

    Dinner: chicken, spinach, baby carrots, pear

    Pre-bed snack: cottage cheese, berries, ground flax seeds, fish oil
  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Diploma in Food & Nutrition & Diabetic Educator , B.Sc. - Home Science
    Nowadays, people just don't feel like cooking at home. Ordering takeout is the way to go today. It has become a regular part of your diet. But it is extremely detrimental to your health. You may lick your fingers and savor the moment after that lip smacking bucket of fried chicken or the burger you just polished off, but in the long run, a whole lot of health problems are going to follow suit.

    1. Restaurant food is extremely fattening and can raise your cholesterol levels sky high. Obesity is now a major modern health problem, which is affecting children since the young age. In adults, it increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. To our brain, this food is often very rewarding, and we tend to overeat as a result.

    2. The meat in your burger is so laden with artificial chemicals, that it is hardly nutritive. It is essentially scrap meat that is fattened up and flavored to suit your taste buds. It contains high amounts of ammonia, a chemical that is found in your bathroom cleaning liquid and that is hardly fit for human consumption.

    3. It is extremely addictive, where the more frequently you eat it, the more you crave it, until you lose all self-control. If you eat restaurant food more than once a week, you have fallen prey to the most common trend of today.

    4. Restaurant chains are nowadays trying to lure customers with healthier options like salads or soups, but they're hardly healthy and are instead full of preservatives

    5. The desserts and sodas that you love are full of artificial sweeteners and high fructose corn syrup. Sugar is hardly nutritious and only adds to energy levels, which when not burnt off lead to all the oodles of fat in your belly. It can also increase your resistance to insulin.

    6. A lot of the ingredients in restaurant food are processed foods that contain artificial chemicals like colorants, preservatives, artificial flavors and textures. Its harmful nature can never be stressed upon enough.

    7. Eating refined flour on a regular basis is a big no-no. Its carbohydrates are difficult for the digestive tract to break down, once again leading it to being accumulated. Don't get mislead by promises of'whole grain' items; for even they are whole grain, they are broken down to finer flour that hardly retains its nutritive value.
    No wonder it's called'junk food, it only brings harm to your body. Make a conscious effort to replace it with real, fresh food that actually contains nutrients and not artificial chemicals.
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  • M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Diploma in Food & Nutrition & Diabetic Educator , B.Sc. - Home Science
    1. When eating raw food, be sure to soak them in a little bit of salt water and then swish them in cold water. This takes away any harmful organisms on the foods.

    2. Drinking too much water can cause swelling of the brain. It is always best to drink just a little more than what is needed to quench your thirst. Water can also be left standing overnight in a copper vessel. This destroys bacteria, and energizes the water powerfully. 

    3. Some products marketed as jaggery contain a chemical called super-phosphate which damages health. White, neat looking jaggery is super phosphate jaggery which should be avoided. The" ugly" dark looking jaggery is usually the proper jaggery.

    4. Honey if cooked, can turn poisonous. Mix honey with tepid or warm water, not in boiling hot water. Honey should also not be given to children under the age of one.

    5. Meat is a rich source of protein. But it is important to note that only a few grams of protein are required inour daily diet, and excess protein consumption could cause cancer and other health issues.
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