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Dt. Saritha Rajiv  - Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi

Dt. Saritha Rajiv

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Foo...

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi

24 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
Dt. Saritha Rajiv PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition... Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
24 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Dt. Saritha Rajiv is a renowned Dietitian/Nutritionist based in New Delhi . She has over 20 years of experience as a Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is a PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management. Dt. Saritha Rajiv offers online/ telephonic consultations. Her clinic is called Nutrifull, The Diet & Nutrition Clinic. Don't wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dt. Saritha Rajiv on Lybrate.com.

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PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition - Subharati University - 2012
BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management - Bharathiar University - 1994
MSc Applied Psychology - The Global Open University, Nagaland - 2011
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Consultant Nutritionist at Nutrifull
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Nutrition society of india
Celiac Society for Delhi (CSD)

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I want to lose weight. My current weight is 88 And I want it to 75 kg plzz suggest some tips and diet plan .and exercise. So that I was able to achieve my goal i.e 75 kg I want to achieve 75 kg in 1 month or 1.5 month Or 4 kg per week.

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management, MSc Applied Psychology
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I want to lose weight. My current weight is 88 And I want it to 75 kg plzz suggest some tips and diet plan .and exerc...
To lose fat eat healthy, drink adequate water, eat two fruits in a day, eat a variety of vegetables, and opt for low fat milk/milk products. Avoid foods that are high sodium, high fat, and high sugar. Avoid foods containing transfat, maida, and corn flour. Exercise regularly.
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How I can become healthy or which type of food should be taken and please provide the name of medicine which can make my body perfect.

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management, MSc Applied Psychology
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How I can become healthy or which type of food should be taken and please provide the name of medicine which can make...
Health is defined as state of complete physical, mental and social well being. Eat healthy well balanced meals that provide adequate amounts of all nutrients. Include whole grains, cereals, dals, beans, egg, lean meat, seasonal fruits, a variety of vegetables, nuts and adequate amount of water in your daily diet. Avoid foods containing transfat, processed meat, high sodium and high sugar foods. Exercise regularly.
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Walnuts - Amazing Reasons To Eat Them!

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management, MSc Applied Psychology
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Walnuts - Amazing Reasons To Eat Them!

As one of the oldest tree nuts to be cultivated by humans, walnuts have long since been known as a wonder food that can prevent and manage many diseases. It is nutrient packed and is easily available in all seasons. Including a small handful of these nuts in the daily diet can help you stay healthy and fit. Store them in an airtight container and if refrigerated they can remain fresh for many months.

Following are the reasons why you must eat them

  1. Weight Management: Walnuts are high in fat and protein. You can sprinkle them on your salads, fruits, oats or any other cereal or eat them as they are. Due to its fat and protein content, they have a high satiety value and can prevent hunger for a long period of time.
  2. Brain Health- Walnuts resemble the brain and the omega 3 fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid found in them helps improve memory, concentration and brain functions in all age groups. Regular consumption of these nuts may prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
  3. Skin Health- Vitamin E found in walnuts helps in keeping the skin healthy, glowing and young. They have been found to prevent skin dryness and delay ageing.
  4. Heart Disease and Diabetes: The fat found in them is monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. They are an excellent source of the heart-friendly omega 3 fatty acids.  The antioxidants found in walnuts keep the heart healthy and prevents type 2 diabetes. It helps regulate levels of LDL (the bad cholesterol) and enhance HDL (the good cholesterol).
  5. Source of Minerals- Apart from being rich in fats and protein they are also a good source of various minerals like copper, manganese, zinc, selenium, calcium, potassium etc.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am not gaining weight, I eat well and also exercise like running, yoga, gym regularly. I want to gain some weight, have been trying from last 6 months. But have not gained weight. Please help.

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management, MSc Applied Psychology
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I am not gaining weight, I eat well and also exercise like running, yoga, gym regularly.
I want to gain some weight, ...
Eat meals at regular intervals. Include good quality proteins like eggs, lean meat, pulses and legumes in the daily diet. Include adequate amount of carbohydrates like whole grains and cereals. Have nuts and seeds. Focus on weight training.
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I'm 19 years old I have weight issues i am just 42 kgs while my height is 162 please suggest better thing to eat. From which I can get at least 10 kgs more weight in lesser time.

PG Diploma In Dietetics & Public Nutrition, BSc Nutrition , Dietetics and Food service management, MSc Applied Psychology
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I'm 19 years old I have weight issues i am just 42 kgs while my height is 162 please suggest better thing to eat. Fro...
Eat your meals at regular intervals. Include proteins like pulses and beans. If you are a non vegetarian include eggs, chicken and fish. Instead of eating 3 meals eat 5 to 6 meals at regular intervals. Include dry fruits, nuts, milk and it's products in the diet. Eat whole grains and cereals instead of refined ones.
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