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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur

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Spice Up Your Winter With Immune Boosters!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Spice Up Your Winter With Immune Boosters!

1. Ginger: Contains phenolic compound known as gingerol, helps to relieve nausea, headache; anti inflammatory in nature, improves digestion.

2. Turmeric: Prominent for its anti inflammatory properties. Contains curcumin which is anti bacterial, anti fungal and anti viral in nature. Absorption increases when taken along with pepper.

3. Garlic: Better known for lowering cholesterol levels. Contains allistatin, allicin, garlicin and ajoine which are anti bacterial, anti viral, anti fungal and immune enhancing compounds.

4. Cinnamon: Contains abundant antioxidants. Anti viral, anti inflammatory, anti fungal and anti bacterial in nature, prevents platelet clumping, helps in better brain function. Rich dietary source of manganese which helps in regulating blood glucose levels and manage diabetes.

5. Black pepper: Contains good levels of vit-k and manganese. Contains piperine which helps in absorption of selenium, beta carotene and b-complex vitamins. Anti inflammatory and antioxidative in nature.

Bone Health

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Bone Health

Tips to get enough Vitamin-D:

  • Taking enough amount of calcium alone isn't enough to have healthy bones.
  • Intake of vit-d is essential for better absorption of many minerals including calcium.
  • About 15mcg of vit-D is required by an adult in a day.
  • The primary source is exposure to sun; best time being 11A.M. to 2 P.M. and exposure for 20 minutes is sufficient to get vit-D required for a day.

People who don't get sufficient sunshine can get it through dietary sources like 

  1. Fatty fish (mackerel, sardine, salmon, tuna)
  2. Egg yolk
  3. Fortified milk
  4. Fortified juices
  5. Fortified cereals
  6. Fortified edible oil
  7. Supplements like COD liver oil capsules, calcium and vit-d supplements (It is advisable to consult your physician before taking supplements).
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Sir, I am having little fat in present day. Please give a minimum workout for required time and a diet that may reduce it in just a week.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Sir, I am having little fat in present day. Please give a minimum workout for required time and a diet that may reduc...
Hi, as you have not mentioned your weight, height and age it is not possible to tell if you can loose excess weight in a week. You can loose up to 1 kg in a week depending on your current exercise and diet. You have to divide your meals in to small and frequent meals which consist of 6 portions in a day which comprise of break fast, mid morning meal, lunch, evening snack, dinner and a bed time snack. Include whole grain cereals and breads, pulses and legumes, skimmed milk and milk products, fruits and vegetables, lean meat, skin out chicken, fish (fatty). You need to avoid refined flour (maida) products, sugary foods, sweets, bakery foods, junk foods, fried and oily foods, red meat, other sea foods except fish, carbonated and caffeinated beverages, alcohol. Other healthier foods that you can include are oats, sprouts, flax seeds (2 tsp), green tea. If you are following any kind of physical activity continue it at least an hour, if you are about to start exercising you need to start it in a slow pace with 20 minutes of activity and gradually you can increase it up to 1 hour. Consume enough amount of water, use stairs instead of lift and if your working place is near by your home use bicycle or go by walk.
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I need to know what kind of foods reduce melanin production. Is that possible if melanin production is reduced we become fairer.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
I need to know what kind of foods reduce melanin production. Is that possible if melanin production is reduced we bec...
Hi, Intake of foods that are rich in vitamins A, C,E and K are helpful in reducing the melanin production. The foods include Milk, butter, cheese, whole eggs, broccoli, spinach, carrots, pumpkin, can notaloupe, sweet potato, turnips and apricots are rich in vitamin-A. All citrus fruits, guava, amla, pine apple, papaya, black current, strawberries, mango, grape fruit, broccoli, potato, tomato, spinach have sufficient amounts of vitamin-C, but as heating denatures the vitamin you have to consume it in a raw form or semi cooked form. Almonds, spinach, sunflower oil, avocado, sweet potato, wheat germ oil are really good sources of vitamin-E, it doesn't act directly by lowering the melanin but it doesn't allow hyper pigmentation. All dark green leafy vegetables are rich sources of vitamin-k and it reduces the dark spots on a long run. The change of skin tone might not happen suddenly as expected and it may take time based on your skin complexion and type of diet you take.
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I wanna increase my height. I'm 16 but my height has stopped increasing past 1 year. Help me out pls.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
I wanna increase my height. I'm 16 but my height has stopped increasing past 1 year. Help me out pls.
Hi, there are chances that your height might be increased as you are still in the growth spurt. Include whole grain cereals, legumes and pulses, vegetables, fruits, Whole milk and other dairy products, lean meat, fish, egg to maintain healthy weight. Avoid refined flour, red meat, oily and fat foods, junk food, sugary foods, alcohol, butter, ghee. Stay hydrated all the time. Consider taking olive oil, almonds, dry dates, green tea as they help you relieve your stress and build up strength and immunity. To increase your height you have to include foods that are rich in both calcium and protein like Whole milk, paneer, green leafy vegetables, lean meat, skin out chicken, egg, sprouts, oats, fish, quinoa, bajra, jowar along with stretching exercises that help you to increase your height. Avoid oily and fat foods as they interfere with the absorption of calcium.
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I have hard cough and pain in throat and if I started coughing it continue for some time. It has been for nearly 2 week.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Hi, Tea which is made of cinnamon and ginger once a day will alleviate the itching and pain sensation of throat. Warm milk with turmeric or pepper works really well for cough when taken twice a day. Honey along with lemon has good anti-inflammation properties which soothes the throat and its better taken in the morning. Basil/tulsi leaves boiled in water and gargling salt water at least thrice a day also has good effect. Make sure that you avoid cold foods or leftovers from refrigerator which might increase the condition. Inhaling hot air through vaporiser helps you feel better from chest and nasal blockage. Avoid going out in to cold air and exposure to dust which might again increase your cough and cold. Decrease your intake of sugary foods and foods high in oil and fat which might prolong your illness.
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I am suffering from vertigo what kind of food should I avoid. And I have some kind of ringing sound in my left ear what can it be?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
I am suffering from vertigo what kind of food should I avoid. And I have some kind of ringing sound in my left ear wh...
Hi, you need to avoid foods that are rich in Tyramine such as fermented products like Yoghurt, cheese, wine, red meat (smoked/grilled/fried), margarine, butter, foods with excess salt, junk food, foods high in sugar, caffeinated beverages, stored sea foods, citrus fruits, over ripened fruits, white breads, nicotine (tobacco), chocolates, foods containing trans-fats. Foods like whole grain cereals/ bread, vegetables and fruits, fish (fresh), green leafy vegetables (iron rich), lean meat, skin out chicken and plenty of fluids (water, fruit and vegetable juices with out sugar) can relieve from vertigo symptoms. Try reaching to floor or wall when the symptoms get severe. Intake of alkaline foods (vegetables and fruits (avoid over ripen fruits)) reduces the symptoms.
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My LDL Cholesterol is 177 and total cholesterol is 294 and HDL is 41 what should I do.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
My LDL Cholesterol is 177 and total cholesterol is 294 and HDL is 41 what should I do.
Hi, you can make your lipid levels back to normal by following diet and physical activity. You need to include healthy food options such as whole grain cereals, pulses and legumes, fruits and vegetables, skimmed milk and milk products, lean meat, skin out chicken, egg white. Reduce your intake of red meat, egg yolk, fried/ oily foods, junk foods, alcohol and smoking of tobacco. Include fish (trout, sardines, tuna, salmon), almonds (4-5), walnuts (4-5), flax seeds (2 tsp), green tea, oats as they help you to maintain healthy lipid levels. If you don't have any type of physical activity its better to start as it will help you in reducing excess weight if any.
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I am suffering from dry cough from 1 month I consulted to doctor but no any relief whenever I cough then I am enable to through from my mouth and it also creates breathing problem I am enable to take proper breadth please suggest me what should I do.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Hi, Basil/tulsi leaves boiled in water and gargling salt water at least thrice a day also has good effect. Warm milk with turmeric or pepper works really well for cough when taken twice a day. Honey along with lemon has good anti-inflammation properties which soothes the throat and its better taken in the morning. Tea which is made of cinnamon and ginger once a day will alleviate the itching and pain sensation of throat. Make sure that you avoid cold foods or leftovers from refrigerator which might increase the condition. Inhaling hot air through vaporiser helps you feel better from chest and nasal blockage and clears the mucus. Avoid going out in to cold air and exposure to dust which might again increase your cough and cold. Decrease your intake of sugary foods and foods high in oil and fat which might prolong your illness.
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Hi doctor. Please suggest me some ways to increase testosterone level in my body so that I can grow beard.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Guntur
Hi doctor. Please suggest me some ways to increase testosterone level in my body so that I can grow beard.
Hi, you can increase your testosterone by increasing your meat intake as availability of protein increases the chances of testosterone formation. Foods that are rich in zinc like sea foods mainly such as oysters, fatty fish, eggs, spinach, almonds. High intensity work outs and reducing weight also triggers testosterone synthesis and make sure that you are getting enough amount of Vitamin-D as testosterone synthesis takes place from it.
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