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Metro Hospital

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Sector 16A, Near Sunflag Hospita faridabad
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Metro Hospital is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Yamini Attri, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in faridabad. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 99 patients.

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B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
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3 Health Benefits of Eating Oats!

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
3 Health Benefits of Eating Oats!

Oats though seemingly dull, accompanied by a bowlful of milk can form a very nutritious meal. It is packed with fiber which is very essential to regulate your digestive system. Oats are low in calories and help you maintain your waistline. Here are a few reasons why you should add oats to your regular diet-

1. Oats fill you up - Oats are packed with fiber which keeps you full for a while. A bowlful of cooked oats contains only about 150 calories and yet it manages to stave off your hunger because of its high fiber content. The absorption and digestion process slows down when you eat oats thereby restricting your appetite and calorie intake. Oats keep you full for a longer time than other calorie-rich meal and delays the hunger pangs.

2. Oats help reduce cholesterol - According to studies, people suffering from high blood cholesterol could reduce their cholesterol levels by consuming 3 grams of soluble fiber every day. Oats contain the highest amount of soluble fiber among all whole grains (4 grams per cup). The gel-like soluble fiber transits the intestinal tract and aids in trapping substances which contribute to the rise in blood cholesterol level.

3. Oats are diabetes-friendly - Oatmeal is a perfect substitute for meals high in sugar and saturated fat. It helps to control the level of glucose in your bloodstream and also delivers your daily need of fiber. People suffering from uncontrolled diabetes can abundantly benefit from consuming oats although it is essential to keep in mind that you should not add sugary toppings or any other synthetic ingredients to your oats so that it retains all the nutrients which are already present in it.

There are many ways in which you can make your oats interesting. You can go beyond your breakfast cereal and bake cookies made of oats. You can also sprinkle them on your pancakes and bread or add them to your smoothie to increase your fiber intake. You can also add fruits like bananas or berries to your bowl of oats and make it tastier according to your liking.

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Hi Doctors, I am maintain diet for past 10 days morn oats or ragi alternative days Afternoon three chapathi 1 egg white with vegetable and same for night. Green tea twice and horse grain alternative days and 5 days morning 1 hr exercise. Is this effective for weight loss upto 10 kgs in 3 months or should I add or ignore something. Please advise.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi Doctors, I am maintain diet for past 10 days morn oats or ragi alternative days Afternoon three chapathi 1 egg whi...
Reduce the amount of roti to 1 breakfast, 2 lunch n 1 for dinner. 2 should go in for 2 -3 eggs in a day. Include more salads n fruits in diet. 12-15 glasses of water sprouts daily once.
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I am always drink juice of fruits. Not eat fruits. So what is good for me like eat fruits or drink juice?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
I am always drink juice of fruits. Not eat fruits. So what is good for me like eat fruits or drink juice?
Fruits are any time healthier than juices the reason being fibres are present in fruits rather than juices.
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Hiii. Is pediasure milk good for weight gain. My 7 year old daughter is very skinny and often fell ill.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hiii. Is pediasure milk good for weight gain. My 7 year old daughter is very skinny and often fell ill.
Pediasure is a supplement not a weight gainer. It is given along routine meals to fill in the gap of calories n protein in daily diet. That compensates for the nutrient deficient in diet.
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7 Steps To Healthy Weight Loss!

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
7 Steps To Healthy Weight Loss!

If you are looking to lose some flab, here are some simple tips to do that:

1. Eat slowly: Check your watch. Start eating. When you're done, check your watch again. How long did it take you? Our guess: not long enough. Your goal is at least 15 to 20 minutes per meal. You need that long in order to taste your food properly, and to let your body tell your brain that you're full. Put your utensils down between bites. Chew properly. Savour what you're eating. Enjoy it. Spend time with it. You'll enjoy food more, and get leaner.

2. Eat until you're '80% full': You eat until you're just satisfied. Until you're no longer physically hungry. Instead of 'stuffed' or 'full'. Don't get hung up on exactly what '80% full' is, or whether you're getting to '75%' or '88%'. Shoot for the general idea. Remember: eat s-l-o-w-l-y. Be patient with '80% full'. It takes practice. But once you get the hang of learning your physical (rather than your social or psychological) hunger cues, fat loss will be a cakewalk.

3. Get your 5 hours: Make them count. Sure, you could drill yourself into the ground with long, gut-busting workouts. But why? As we've proven, you can get great results with about 5 hours of exercise per week. The trick? Make those hours count. My suggestion:

1. 3 days a week, weight train for about 45 minutes.
2. 2 days a week any cardiovascular activity.
3. Do about 10 minutes of warm up and mobility work every day.
4. Fill in the rest of the time with 'active recovery': gentle, moderate movement such as walking, swimming, yoga, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and just plain old 'stay moving'.

4. Sleep. Sleep changes your hormone balance and your recovery ability. This changes how your body responds to nutrients, exercise, and stress. The more sleep you get, the leaner you are. The less sleep you get, the fatter, weaker, and sicker you're eventually likely to be. At least 1-2 hours before bed, turn off the TV, computer, and cell phone. Darken the room. And get ready to sleep yourself lean.

5. Pay attention. If you're struggling to change bad habits, start by becoming aware of what you're doing, thinking, and feeling (both physically and emotionally). We call this noticing and naming. You can't change something if you're clueless. So tune in. Paying attention also makes your performance better. For example:

1. If you eat slowly and mindfully, conscious of every bite, you'll probably eat less but enjoy your food more.
2. If you train carefully, with a plan, you'll probably do your exercises correctly, with a clear focus, and stay uninjured.
3. If you notice what 'triggers' you into unwanted behaviours, you can 'break the chain' and choose a different path.

6. Forget 'willpower': Change your environment and your systems. And get social support. Willpower is a very limited and unreliable bank account. Never count on it. Instead, built an environment, a system, and a support network that helps you get to your goals.

1. If food is in your house, you'll eat it. So don't have that food in your house.
2. If your gym is horribly inconvenient, you won't go. So make it convenient, or buy some weights for home.
3. If you wait till you feel full of energy to work out, you'll never do it. So schedule it like an appointment.

7. Take action. But do ONE small thing at a time. Sure, we all love for the moment to 'change everything'. But it is not reality. Stop 'thinking' about change. Stop 'reading' about change. 'Do' change. Act Now. The only way to succeed at anything is to take action now - ONE small step at a time. Today, what is ONE, very, very small action you can do to move towards the change you want? What could you do in the next three minutes? Today? Do that one small thing. Check in each day and make sure you're doing it. Then, next week, do another very small thing. Only one. It's just that simple!

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5 Superfoods To Burn Fat Fast!

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
5 Superfoods To Burn Fat Fast!

Burning fat with food must sound contradictory, but there are certain foods that can actually melt away your fats by improving your metabolism. Some foods have an extensive thermogenic effect (metabolism increasing effects) that can lead to reduction of fat in your body. Read on to find out five such super foods and burn your fat away.

  • Tuna: Tuna is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and it also helps boost the production of a hormone called leptin. This particular hormone gives the illusion of fullness and you don't end up having large portions. It also accelerates your metabolic process. Apart from tuna, sardines too have the same properties.
  • Green tea: The benefits of green tea are widely known. It has 'epigallocatechin' which improves the nervous system and elevates the heart rate. Drinking three cups of green tea daily has proven to burn up to 80 calories.
  • Hot peppers: Different kinds of hot peppers not only spice up your food but they also melt calories. Capsaicin, a chemical present in peppers can increase metabolism rate by 25% for up to three hours after you consume your meal.
  • Grapefruit: This delicious fruit has the amazing power to make you slim. Grapefruit has an antioxidant called 'naringenin' which can aid your body in its use of insulin more effectively, thereby keeping the blood sugar level under control and prevent diabetes. Recent studies have shown that sugar control coupled with grapefruits lead to improved calorie burn.
  • Whole grains: The body needs a lot of energy to break down and digest whole grains which causes it to use more calories. You literally burn your fats when you eat whole grains. Start your day with a bowl of oats which will not only keep you full but also aid your metabolism.

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

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Is serum urea 68 and serum creatinine 2.1 is a matter for concern? Can it be controlled through diet or need medications. Please suggest.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Is serum urea 68 and serum creatinine 2.1 is a matter for concern? Can it be controlled through diet or need medicati...
Yes indeed this reading is of concern as it is concerned with the kidney functions. Get your self medically assessed by nephrologist. He would further require certain more parameters n analyse your kidney functions. Later you can consult a dietician regarding meal planning.
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My weight not gaining please any treatment, muje koi disease nhi h phir bhi 48 kg hi h. My age 25 years hai.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
My weight not gaining please any treatment, muje koi disease nhi h phir bhi 48 kg hi h. My age 25 years hai.
Do more of physical exercises so that the body metabolism improves thus improving the diet intake. Hence helping you to gain weight.
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I have a very low vitamin D3 level. In the tests it came to 5.59 out of 100. I am a vegetarian and a student living in hostel. So please tell me certain sources of vitamin D3 like in fruits and juices which I can get practically as I told I am a student.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
I have a very low vitamin D3 level. In the tests it came to 5.59 out of 100. I am a vegetarian and a student living i...
Vitamin d is also called sunshine vitamin. Then you have packed juices where it is mentioned "fortified with vit d" cod liver oil. All milk n products, Ragi, green leafy veg, dals all have calcium which is converted to available form of vit d in presence of sunlight.
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Diet Plan: Stay Cool This Summer!

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Diet Plan: Stay Cool This Summer!

Summer is at its peak and the mercury level is rising by a notch every day. The scorching sun gives even more reasons to constantly hunt for some cooling and soothing foods which can comfort us. It is the time of year when you get dehydrated easily due to excess sweat and perspiration and that's the time when you want to reach out for something cold like sodas, beverages or even cold water. This is where we go wrong because anything extremely low in temperature can actually constrict our blood vessels and affect the heat loss process in our body. Here are a few tips you need to keep in mind to keep yourself cool:

  1. Increase your water intake: In high humidity conditions, you do not sweat adequately due to which you cannot release heat efficiently from your body. That is the reason why you need to drink enough water at regular intervals even if you are not thirsty to cool your system.
  2. Have eatables high in water content: Eat a lot of fresh fruits, raw salads and lightly spiced foods. Fruits and veggies are easy to digest and high in water content and hence help in hydration. Avoid fried and junk foods as they take time to digest and require a lot of water. Spicy foods can also increase body heat.
  3. Grab naturally cooling drinks: Drink naturally cooling beverages like coconut water, lemon juice, buttermilk and sugarcane juice, etc. Rather than aerated soft drinks, caffeine, and alcoholic beverages as they contain sugar and other preservatives which act as diuretics and can cause loss of water from the body. You can add sabja (tulsi seeds) to drinks as it has a cooling effect on the body.
  4. Have curd: Curd is excellent as it increases friendly bacteria in the gut and improves digestion and boosts immunity.
  5. Include veggies in diet: Add veggies like cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, spinach, beet etc to add to the extra water in your diet.
  6. Small meals: avoid heavy meals at one time as it can cause acidity and affect digestion. Rather eat small meals to feel light and keep your system active.
  7. Don't forget raw mango: In the summer season, raw mango is a special fruit and is extremely good to prevent sunstrokes and weakness. Raw mango juice also known as aam panna can help balance electrolytes in the body. You can also have raw mango in any form like adding it in bhel, salads or making a dish out of it.

You can divide your day's meals as per regular timings like:

Breakfast: 2-3 fresh fruits (this can help to neutralize your stomach acids and make you feel light and active as they are natural sources of energy).

  • Mid morning: a glass of buttermilk/ coconut water (to refresh you).
  • Lunch: salads + 1-2 rotis + veggies + thin dals (you can add or subtract the rotis as per your appetite and requirement).
  • Evening: fruit yoghurt/fruit smoothie (they are filling, nourishing and cooling).
  • Dinner: stir fried veggies/ chilled soups + grilled chicken/ steamed fish/ low fat paneer/ tofu + jaljeera/ lemon juice (to keep your dinner light and help you wake up afresh).

Stick to the plan and stay cool this summer! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.

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I'm 22 years old. As I graduated from school I lost 1 kg or 2 and started appearing thin. Since then I started losing much of my hair. This year it got worse. I had very dense hair earlier but the amount of hair fall is making me scared for the future. I did tests and the results were all normal. An year ago I was low on haemoglobin but soon recovered though it isn't so hight 11.4.Could it be due to thyroid or it's just normal? Moreover,there are certain issues I get stressed upon easily and now hair fall is one of those. please help me for that

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
I'm 22 years old. As I graduated from school I lost 1 kg  or 2 and started appearing thin. Since then I started losin...
There are numerous reasons for hair loss. E.g. °change of weather °reckless use of hard hair cleansers, etc °lots of hair treAtments without proper knowledge, °hormonal changes, so on n so forth. Diet also plays a vital part in this series more so lack of proteins or reckless dieting. One should have a proper diet with all imp nutrients balanced.
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I always feel heart burning problem from 6 months. Sometimes regularly, sometimes irregularly. Why is it? How to prevent it?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
I always feel heart burning problem from 6 months. Sometimes regularly, sometimes irregularly. Why is it? How to prev...
Stop missing meals avoid spicy foods avoid alcohol If any avoid large gaps between meals. Regularise your lifestyle n add a little exercise in your daily schedule.
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My friend (female 23 years old) have low level of vitamin B12. But she is vegetarian. And her lag is always pain (alternative day) how to solve this problem in some day without any injection or tab please help me.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
My friend (female 23 years old) have low level of vitamin B12. But she is vegetarian. And her lag is always pain (alt...
Milk, yogurt and cheese, along with eggs, are the only vegetarian food items that naturally contain significant levels of vitamin B12. Plant foods may be fortified with B12. These include rice and soy beverages, plant- derived meat analogs, ready-to-eat breakfast cereals, and nutritional yeast.
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Is a Low Sodium Diet Good or Bad?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Is a Low Sodium Diet Good or Bad?

Most dieticians are of the opinion that limiting your salt intake is essential, as an increased amount of salt in the system can damage your kidneys, heart and may increase your blood pressure, and chances of stroke. On the other hand, decreasing it beyond a point can prove to be detrimental to your health in various ways as well.

However, when relating to blood pressure, an increased salt intake can prove harmful to you only if you already have high blood pressure. In the case of normal levels of blood pressure, excess salt consumption will not prove to be too dangerous. Here are the ways in which low salt intake can prove to be detrimental for your health:

  • Increases chances of heart diseases: Having a lower amount of salt in your diet - i.e. less than 2000 mg per day increases the risk of heart-related disorders, which include, but may not be limited to, strokes or heart attacks, exponentially.
  • Decreases the body's level of sodium: Decreased levels of sodium in the body, often a direct byproduct of a reduced salt intake, can lead to a number of complications. Sodium is essential for maintaining electrolyte and mineral balance in the body. A decrease in sodium levels in the system, in extreme cases, can lead to hyponatremia, which can prove detrimental for the kidneys or liver.

Salt, which mainly contains two radicals - sodium and chloride ions, are essential for life. However, they can be obtained only through food as it is not manufactured intrinsically. There are several essential reasons for why salt intake in the optimal amounts is absolutely crucial in maintaining healthy body functioning:

  • It is an essential component of blood plasma, as well as several other crucial body fluids such as extracellular fluid, lymphatic fluid, and amniotic fluid.
  • It is important for maintenance and regulation of a proper level of blood pressure.
  • Sodium, in the context of body physiology, is critical in maintaining a proper acid-base level in your system and in controlling the levels of your body fluid.
  • The exchange of sodium and potassium ions, both obtained from salts, is also essential for muscle movement and in sending signals from the brain to the muscles. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.
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New born baby not taking powder milk as no milk from Breast from last three days. What should we do?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
New born baby not taking powder milk as no milk from Breast from last three days. What should we do?
Milk production depends on mother's diet. Take natural foods like ajwain, jeera, methi seeds in diet. They naturally increase milk production Mother shld have lot of fluids in form of milk, tea, juices, etc. Always feed child in secluded place where mother is in comfortable position n child is nearest to mother. Feeding has to be very private.
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How many grams of soya flour is safe to be taken per day by men, women, children, teenagers, and aged people. Thank you.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
How many grams of soya flour is safe to be taken per day by men, women, children, teenagers, and aged people. Thank you.
There is gram per person calculation for soy. U need to calculate total calorie intake for a day per person. This will then be matched with the recommended allowance for that age group n then your intake will be calculated. your nearest dietician will easily do that for you.
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Hi Doctor, please recommend a good multi vitamin supplement which has all the vitamins and minerals. Which can be taken in daily basis for rest of life with out any side effects?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi Doctor, please recommend a good multi vitamin supplement which has all the vitamins and minerals. Which can be tak...
Nutritionally vit and minerals can be obtained from all kinds of fruits and vegetables in the diet. So have a plenty of them and your requirements of vitamin s n minerals can be fulfilled there.
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What diet should be followed while we will be fasting in the month of Ramzaan? Please advise.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
What diet should be followed while we will be fasting in the month of Ramzaan? Please advise.
Avoid fried & spicy foods. Have a lots of fluids before you start fasting & even after your fast gets over. Break your fast with fluids n fruits and dinner at night.
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Whether sago can be taken by diabetic person also? Without any problem of blood sugar?

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Whether sago can be taken by diabetic person also? Without any problem of blood sugar?
Sago is a carb just like rice, roti, poha, dalit, khichdi. You need to exchange sago with roti or any other source mentioned, in the same amount so as to get the same carb value. Eg 1 roti = 1 bowl dalia= 1 bowl sago =1 medium sized katori of cooked rice. So sago is safe.
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Is taking protein powder good for health to increase my Muscle and weight? If it's good give me best protein powder examples.

B.Sc - Home Science, PG Diploma - Dietics, M.Sc - DFSM
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Is taking protein powder good for health to increase my Muscle and weight? If it's good give me best protein powder e...
Protein supplements are only prescribed to fill up the diet deficit I proteins. If you r taking 55 to 60 gms of protein s every day then there stands o reason for you to take supplements And incase you r unable to decide then kindly consult a dietician in your area.
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