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Rising Health

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Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

M-63, Lajpat Nagar-II Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹300 · 8 Reviews
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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....more
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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Rising Health is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Priyanka Panwar, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 63 patients.

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M.Sc. - Dietitian
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Hi. I want to know how to increase weight .i want to gain weight and also height.

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Hi. I want to know how to increase weight .i want to gain weight and also height.
Hi dear, For weight Gain, focus more on fats and sugars. It is necessary to find out the reason why your body look lean and how much calorie intake you are taking. Also need details like medical problems if you have any.
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4 Must Have Diet Constituents For Nursing Mothers

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
4 Must Have Diet Constituents For Nursing Mothers

Diet is an important part of any person's life as food that goes in your body is what replenishes the resources lost in a day's work. The wrong kind of food will have adverse effects on the body in all sorts of ways, and that holds especially true for nursing mothers.
A mother, after carrying a baby to a full term, has to go through many hormonal and physical changes, which can be very stressful. After childbirth comes one of the other most important phases i.e. nursing and it is important to ensure that the mother gets proper nutrition during this phase. This is because it is the mother's milk that provides the baby with the required nutrients for growth as well as to build and immune system, which is why it is very important for a nursing mother to have a proper diet.
Let's look at some of the food items that should be consumed during this time:

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables - These are important during the nursing period for the mother as she needs to supplement important minerals in her body such as calcium and iron. Green, leafy vegetables are a must.
  • Dairy products low in fat - As the mother's body produces milk, certain minerals get drained quicker than others and a direct supplement for them would be dairy products. However, it is important to ensure that their fat content is low as this can add cholesterol and thus, may adversely affect the health of the mother.
  • Lean meats - Lean meats are a great source of protein that can supplement many of the minerals and nutrients. However, rich meat-based foods and heavy red meat should be avoided. Chicken in roasted form or tikka form is also healthy proteins that can be consumed 2 - 3 times a week. Fish, especially Salmon fish, is also a healthy and rich source of omega-3 as well as high in protein.
  • Legumes - Legumes are a great source of iron, which is an extremely important mineral for a nursing mother. This is also an alternative for vegetarians. Legumes are not only a rich source of iron, they are also high in protein and helps the mother to stay fit and energetic to be able to take on the additional responsibility of her new-born baby.
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Busy Schedule - Here's How You Can Still Stay Healthy!

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Busy Schedule - Here's How You Can Still Stay Healthy!

"I don't have time" is one of the most common excuses heard for living an unhealthy lifestyle When you're working at a full time job, it is often easier to order in from a restaurant and spend the evening watching television to 'cool off' instead of cooking a healthy meal and hitting the gym. However, a busy lifestyle does not necessarily need to be unhealthy. Here are a few simple tips to live a healthier life.

Cook one pot meals
Cooking doesn't have to be complicated. Experiment with your microwave settings and recipes to find quick meals that can be made in under a minute like quiche in a mug or steamed salmon. Making pasta can be as easy as putting all the ingredients in together into a pot and letting them cook. Find recipes that require minimal grocery shopping and preparation.

Take the stairs
Elevators are definitely a convenience and cannot be avoided if your office or home is on the 10th floor. To balance convenience and health, get off the elevator a floor or two below yours and climb up the remaining stairs. Obviously working up a sweat by climbing stairs at the beginning of your day at work isn't a good idea so time your stair climbs at the end of the day or when a shower is nearby.

Avoid snacking
Eat proper meals instead of mindlessly snacking through the day. Keeping a food diary can help you recognize your eating habits and rectify them. If three meals a day does not satiate your hunger, break your meals into smaller portions eaten at more frequent intervals. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and should never be skipped.

Drink plenty of water
Often we snack not because we're hungry but because the body is dehydrated. Water can also boost your energy levels and aid digestion. However, avoid filling your stomach with water before a meal to make you eat less. This can hinder your digestion process and keep your body from receiving its necessary nutrients.

Cut back on packaged foods
Packaged food is never really all that good for you. In most cases, it is loaded with sugar, sodium, preservatives and artificial flavouring. If you cannot avoid packaged food, pick the one with minimal ingredients.

Interval training
Spending an hour at the gym is not the only way to exercise. If you cannot find time for a full workout, try interval training. Get off the couch during intervals while watching your favourite soap or take a quick five minute break from your desk to exercise. Regular exercise will also help you sleep better and make you wake up feeling refreshed. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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I am doing exercise in morning for 20 minutes and having honey with warm. Water but I am not able to follow diet plan and proper sleep because of my work. Load. I used to get sleep of 5 to 6 hours. So only exercise and honey water will. Work to loose weight or I have to give time for other things too?

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I am doing exercise in morning for 20 minutes and having honey with warm. Water but I am not able to follow diet plan...
Hi dear lybrate-user, Weight loss is completely depends on your calorie intake and workout. You have not mentioned your height and weight to calculate your BMI. Atleast 45 minutes good exercises or brisk walk and 1200-1500 calories per day should be taken for any weight loss.
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Protein - 10 Excellent Sources of It!

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Protein - 10 Excellent Sources of It!

The body needs a balanced diet for its various functions. The proteins are the major building blocks and are required for optimal health of the muscles, hair, and skin. The following are some protein-rich foods that you could choose, depending on your dietary preferences. The amount of protein required also varies depending on the age, sex, and level of activity. An average male should consume about 60 to 80 g of dietary protein daily.

Mentioned below is a list of protein rich foods that can be included in your diet:

  1. Fish: Be it tuna, perch, salmon, snapper, or cods, they are one of the richest sources of protein. Every 100 g of any of these fishes provides around 17 to 25 g of protein which is an extremely good quotient.
  2. Meat: Be it chicken breast or turkey, meat is one of the best sources of protein. In fact, many people who want to build muscles go on to include meat in almost all meals.
  3. Poultry: This again packs about 30 g of protein per 100 g serving, which again is one of the most sought-after protein rich foods.
  4. Eggs: Another protein-rich substance, an egg yields about 13 g of protein.
  5. Dairy products: Low fat or skim milk, yogurt, butter are amazing sources of proteins, especially for vegetarians. Include milk into your smoothies, milkshakes, and various other beverages. A glass of milk yields about 6 g of protein.
  6. Legumes: For the vegetarians, these are the best substitutes for meat/fish/chicken/pork/beef. The kidney beans, the red beans, the French beans all make excellent sources of protein and will find their way in most dishes for vegetarians.
  7. Legumes and dals: Most of the colorful dals also come packed with a good amount of protein and should be included in daily diet. Legumes are few of the most important sources of protein, especially for vegetarians.
  8. Nuts and seeds: Walnuts, cashew nuts, peanuts, flax seeds, pecans, and other nuts and seeds are also a great source of protein. They provide anywhere from 20 g to 35 g of protein per 100 g of serving. So, this is one thing which will get into the diet chart of anybody wanting to build body.
  9. Soy: Whether in the beans form or the soya chunks, these are again small packets of protein packed into them. A good 17 to 20 g of protein is packed in 100 g of soy, which makes it a very good source.
  10. Cheese: Cottage cheese and low-fat mozzarella cheese provide the most amounts of protein, ranging from 10 to 30 g. Fat-laden cheeses contain fewer amounts of protein and are fattening, avoid them is a safe bet.

Make sure your diet has a mix of these based on your dietary choices so your body gets the essential amounts of protein. Since, proteins function as the building blocks for bones, muscles and blood; it is a wise choice to incorporate a modest amount of protein in your diet for the body to function well.

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The 3 Do's Of Healthy Diet

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
The 3 Do's Of Healthy Diet

The 3 Do's of health diet:
1. Try to eat more unprocessed foods

Use fresh ingredients like vegetables, eggs, milk, lean meat etc to prepare your meals in and try to avoid consumption of processed food as far as possible. In most cases, processed food items are loaded with preservatives, added chemical substances, sweeteners, fats and artificial colours, which should be avoided to maintain good health. Also, make sure to include lots of fresh fruits, nuts and legumes in your daily diet instead of fruit juices, instant noodles or frozen food items.
2. Include whole grains in your diet
Whole grains have a lesser glycemic index (figure that measures the ability of carbohydrates to increase glucose in your blood), which makes them a healthy food option. Whole grains keep you full for long hours while providing you with energy to concentrate at work throughout the day. When it comes to taste, the flavour and nuttiness of whole grains are superior to refined ones. So, prefer wholegrain bread, pasta or brown rice when choosing your food items.
3. Monitor your serving sizes
Monitoring the amount of what you eat is important as it helps you to limit your intake of unhealthy food. Also, ensure that the amount of food you eat for dinner is lesser than that of your lunch. Ideally, for lunch, you should ensure that half your meal consists of salad or vegetables and the other half should contain lean proteins and low-gi or whole grain carbs in equal amounts.
The 3 Don'ts of healthy diet:
1. Skip breakfast
Breakfast is considered to be the most significant meal of the day. Make it a habit to have breakfast every day as skipping this meal can adversely affect your health by causing obesity, irritated mood, and headaches while increasing your risks of getting hypoglycaemia (deficiency of glucose in your bloodstream).
2. Eat excessively saturated fat
Try to minimise your intake of food containing saturated fats as this can lead to the accumulation of weight in different parts of your body. Instead of consuming, huge amounts of milk, cheese, butter, bacon, meat etc. Switch to low-fat substitutes like white-meat chicken, reduced-fat dairy products, soy versions of traditional meat etc.
3. Give up your entire diet plan for a small mistake
If you happen to make only one dieting mistake, don't feel disappointed and start munching on unhealthy or junk food. Just remember that eating large amounts of unhealthy food can nullify all the effects of healthy eating you have experienced so far. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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Hello Sir/Mam. Please suggest me a proper weekly diet plan for gaining muscle n ol. Thank q.

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Hello Sir/Mam. Please suggest me a proper weekly diet plan for gaining muscle n ol. Thank q.
Hi lybrate-user, you can take high protein and fibre dietfor gaining muscles. Diet charts are planned on basis of BMI, eating habits, type of work, etc. I advise you to join diet consultation for a healthy diet chart for you.
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I'm eating small piece of jaggery daily after lunch and poha 1cup as a snack. As these foods are iron rich. Am I getting enough iron daily with these two?

M.Sc. - Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I'm eating small piece of jaggery daily after lunch and poha 1cup as a snack. As these foods are iron rich. Am I gett...
Hi dear, Jaggery and poha are good in iron. You are getting sufficien iron. I suggest your bhabhi to prefer foods like apple, anar, red cabbage, broccoli, some raisins in morning, beet root etc for her iron because she is overweight; and poha contain carbs and Jaggery have high sugar contain I should also recommended her to follow some healthy diet charts to loose her excess body weight.
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