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Way2health

Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

28 Harsh Vihar Pitampura Delhi
1 Doctor · ₹700
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Way2health is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Mona Goel, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 92 patients.

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10:00 AM - 07:30 PM
Sun
04:00 PM - 07:30 PM

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28 Harsh Vihar Pitampura
Pitampura Delhi, Delhi - 110034
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Dt. Mona Goel

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Certified Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist
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87%  (25 ratings)
5 Years experience
700 at clinic
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Hi I am having pcos was having normoz since 3 months with folic n vit. D after 3 months again consulted but can't lose weight after changing food habits also. Can I lose weight faster by any medicine. Dieting n little exercise is taking a lot time need to shed at least 20 kgs. Till Dec. Having little higher esr (40) n cholesterol too. Any good medicines for faster weight loss pls.

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Hi I am having pcos was having normoz since 3 months with folic n vit. D after 3 months again consulted but can't los...
Consume a diet rich in fibrous foods like raw salads, sprouts, whole grain chapatis or brown rice with lots of vegetables. Increase fluid intake with lemon water, coconut water or buttermilk along with plain water. Target wt loss of 4-5 kg every month is usually achievable and medicines won't be required if lifestyle n meal modifications are followed. PCOS requires insulin levels to be controlled for reducing metabolic disorders & that be done through good dietary pattern & ample of exercise.
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Hi Doctors Is green tea good for health, Since I have read some mixed reviews about it.

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Hi Doctors Is green tea good for health, Since I have read some mixed reviews about it.
1-2 cups of green tea in day is fine instead of regular tea. More than that can cause adverse symptoms as it contains some amounts of caffeine too.
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I want to increase my weight As I have very less weight according to my age How can I do that by home remedies Please make it.

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I want to increase my weight As I have very less weight according to my age How can I do that by home remedies Please...
Include balanced eating pattern on a daily basis by having all food groups. Any of these protein rich foods like dals, sprouts, soya, milk, curd, paneer, eggs can be taken in meals. Have chapatis or paranthas instead of bread & add seasonal fruits between meals. Water & fluid intake about 3 litres should be maintained. Also food should be consumed in a relaxed state, eating slowly & chewing well. Handful of nuts can be taken as evening snack along with milk shake or fruit smoothies.
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I used to play cricket daily, but when I came back home I became so tired, so what should I eat at that time to be fit to play cricket again?

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1-2 hours before playing, have a glass of fruit based milkshake. Carry replenishing beverages like salted buttermilk, fruit juice or soya milk tetra pack for break in between. Make sure to have sips of water in between. Handful of nuts will give a good boost to your energy levels.

I am 23 Years old. My height is 155 cm and weight 85 Kg. I am having problem jogging. I am having problem in obesity. Kindly help me.

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I am 23 Years old. My height is 155 cm and weight 85 Kg. I am having problem jogging. I am having problem in obesity....
Hello as per your ht your weight is higher so you should consume more fibrous foods like whole grains, fruits, veggies, salads. Make sure water consumption is at least 2-3 lts or more s per sweating & weather conditions. Have small, frequent meals & chew properly & eat slowly. Do simple stretching exercises as warm up & simple walking for 20-30 mins everyday. Avoid jogging at present.

My father is suffering with faty liver what must be done to reduce it, how to cut that fat?

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My father is suffering with faty liver what must be done to reduce it, how to cut that fat?
Fatty liver is usually accompanied with dyslipidemia and avoiding saturated fats helps in both conditions. Cut down intake of ghee butter cream cheese egg yolk & organ meats. Add fresh vegetables as salads, soups and fresh fibrous fruits like apple orange anar berries. Fluid intake is very important to detoxify the liver so maintain intake of plain water, along with buttermilk, coconut water, lemon water.

How to reduce belly fat. Please give some home remedies which can be easily made and available.

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How to reduce belly fat. Please give some home remedies which can be easily made and available.
Hello lybrate-user to reduce belly fat include a variety of whole grain in your diet in form of oats, ragi, barley, jowar and whole wheat foods. This can be added in form of chapatis, dosas, idlis, cheelas, porridges. Consume 4-5 servings of fresh fruits, vegetables, salads. Also make sure water intake is 2-3lts per day. Regular physical exercise of 30 minutes per day is essential & food consumption should be slowly with proper chewing to avoid over eating.

What are the best ways to keep yourself healthy at home while not doing any exercise?

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Regular physical exercise is a must to keep fit & healthy. Our body joints are designed to move & work. Without adequate movement through exercise, body muscle mass & tone reduces, circulation gets affected, physical mental & spiritual health does not reach to its optimum level. Good healthy eating & exercise complement each other and cannot be ruled out.
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What are the symptoms of getting thyroid. I m getting fat day by day what shall I do.

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What are the symptoms of getting thyroid. I m getting fat day by day what shall I do.
Thyroid malfunction can be detected by a simple test called thyroid profile. Symptoms of disorders can range from lethargy- hyperactivity, changes in hair & skin texture, change in menstrual cycle, rapid weight gain or loss and others changes depending on type of disorder.
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Hi I'm 21 years old female. I am underweight. I'm 5 feet 4 inches tall but my weight is just 42 kg. I have tried alot of exercises and other methods but have not gained even single pound. What to do? I do not want to look skinny anymore.

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Hi I'm 21 years old female. I am underweight. I'm 5 feet 4 inches tall but my weight is just 42 kg. I have tried alot...
Hello you need to add nutrient dense foods to your diet along with regular physical activity for better digestion & absorption. Include steamed spouts, paneer/ tofu, dals, milk shakes, cheese & dry fruits in your daily diet. Fresh fruit juices, coconut water, & other fluids like shikanji, lassi, buttermilk can be taken. Have small but frequent meals in the day & eat in a comfortable, peaceful environment.
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Salt at fault

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Sodium commonly found in salt is usually consumed in excess in our food savouries. A lot of sodium is found in packaged foods in the form of additives preservatives too.

High sodium intake can be reduced by avoiding foods like


Pickles and papads
Sauces, ketchup spreads
Salted butter and popcorn
Namkeens and chips
Salted canned fish and other foods


The increasing use of raw amla and lemon juice in food along with good intake of water is beneficial for people with high blood pressure.
Salt at fault

I’m not particularly active, and I haven’t exercised in years. Is it safe for me to start now? I have a medical condition (such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease). Is it safe for me to exercise? Isn’t it better for older adults to" take it easy" and save their strength? How much physical activity do I need? How hard should I exercise? How long do I need to be active before I see results? Do I get enough physical activity in my regular day-to-day activities? I’m healthy now. Why do I need to be active? I find it hard to make myself be active. What can I do? How do I find time to be active? What kind of equipment do I need? I can’t afford exercise equipment. What if I have an injury or health problem that keeps me from exercising for a while? How do I know if it’s safe for me to start again? I get tired easily. What is the best physical activity for me? I’ve been exercising for some time now. Why am I not seeing any more real improvements? I’m 81 years old. Should I be exercising, and will it make a difference at my age?

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Hello you can start with strolls or light walk amidst clean green environment. It can be done with short breaks as per your comfort rather than walking for 30 mins at a stretch. Also start with some warm up exercises like arm & leg rotation, neck exercises, shoulder joint exercises for smooth operation of joints. Take care of your balance in order to provide injury due to falls. Build up on your exercise stamina gradually & make sure to have a balanced diet.
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