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Mrs Namita Nanal is an experienced Dietician/ Nutritionist from Mumbai. She has been a successful Dietarian/ Nutritionist for the last 13 years. She is a MSc Food Science & Nutrition and also done the PGD in Sports nutrition. Mrs Namita is very versed experienced in weight massages using herbal powders and medicated oils. You can meet Mrs Namita Nanal personally at Nanal Ayurvedic Clinic in Chembur East, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Mrs Namita Nanal and consult privately on Lybrate.com.
MSc Food Science & Nutrition - SNDT - 2005
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BSc - Food Science & Nutrition, PGD in Sports Nutrition and Dietitics , Diabetes Educator
I am 18 years old but I have good weight and height. My weight is 82 kg and height is-6 ft 1 inch ,that's why I look like 25 years old ,so what to do to look like my actual age.
BHOM, MD - Alternate Medicine, Diploma in Weight Loss, Diploma in Nutrition, DNHE
Asked for Male, 25 years old from Chandigarh
PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Hye. Thankyou for the query. Supplementation totally depends on your present food intake and activity level and, or stress levels etc. Supplementation is considered if your body is deficient in a nutrient, you have a medical condition that needs supplementation or your needs are high. Just adding a supplement does not help gain health. Even if you were to take it, your diet needs to be right, or the supplement is not of much help. Assess your requirements, improve your lifestyle and the supplement will help.
Asked for male, 64 years old from Mumbai
I am 61 year old male, having insulin dependent diabetes from year 2003. I am taking plain insulin 26-26-26 and lint insulin 16-0-16 each day. I also take metformin 500 mg 1-1-1 and some other small tablet with it, 1-0-1. I have no other problem with my health, except stiffness in ankles and difficulties in climbing the steps in the building. Kindly know me what I should do now to keep myself free from insulin over the period of time in a long run? or is it better to continue with my present medicines throughout my life?
MD - General Medicine, Diploma in Diabetology
You need to continue your medicines always. Regarding pain and stifness - these are degenerative problems which will be more in diabetic patient. You should check your vitamin -d level. And get your bone density checked. Some time this kind of pain may be due to vitamin -d deficiency. Please take lots of vitamins. You at be having diabetic neuropathy.
Asked for female, 22 years old from Gurgaon
If I m taking supplement to gain my weight Is this effect me on later age I heard that there is problem to conceive So I want to know Is it myth or true I m thinking to taking nutrigain.
B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition
Hi, there is no as such harm in taking supplements but physical activity is must for that. But my advice to you is that you should do it naturally rather then just depending upon the supplements won't help much. Right now what I can detect is you are overweight and you need to loose some weight so that there will be no further problem in conceiving.
Asked for male, 62 years old from Chennai
I am diabetic patient aged 62 years. Daily I used to walk around 6 KM and taking medicine and food control. Inspite of that my sugar will be 220 and 170 Why? I understand that with walk there will be more relief for diabetics. I never talk rice daily only once in a month and thrice in a month. Morning iddlis, afternoon Chappatis, biscuits and Night also I used to take Chappatis, but stopped due to doctors advise and started taking iddlis or dosa.
MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Mr. lybrate-user Moorthy, Thanks for the query. The blood glucose levels mentioned show that diabetes is not at all in control. This means either the medication being taken is inadequate or the food intake is much more than that is needed plus there is less physical activity. All these in combination are contributing to the uncontrolled high blood glucose. Following are a few of my observations: 1) Your ideal body weight should be 58.5 kgs. 2) The caloric intake has to be based on this weight (58.5 X 20 cal = 1170 calories per day). 2) This means your total food intake has to provide only this many calories in a day. 3) This means about 2 to 3 idlis in breakfast, or just 2 small dosas, lunch and dinner also have to be on the similar lines. Not more than 1 chapati or roti, a small bowl of rice, plus vegetables, salads, plus curd one cup. 4) No biscuits or any other item made of maida. To me your over all food intake is much higher than needed. Plus there has to be walking as you have been doing. If you have any doubts please come back. Thanks.
Asked for male, 18 years old from Kangra
My body size is very thin. I used to eat 4 times in a day but no proteins and energy goes in to body. What should I do to gain my body size.
M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Take high protein diet. Take enough carbs in your diet. Take small and frequent meals at regular intervals of 2-3 hrs. Ask me privately for detailed diet plan.
Asked for male, 21 years old from Bhubaneswar
My mother has diabetes since 3 years. Now we diagnosed hypothyroidism. I want to know whether these two are interlinked or not?
No this not necessary to interlink but differently treatment are there, just follow few tips and some medicine will help you better than before. Ok.
Asked for female, 29 years old from Hyderabad
I am kalpana/27 years old I am suffering from irregular periods due to over weight how can I ; reduce my weight I am doing waling also 1hour every day in the mornings can you plez tell me diet.
Hi lybrate-user this can be done in a few steps: eat less chapatis, less rice, i. E. Less carbohydrates. Take more pulses and pulses products. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Avoid taking creamed milk and milk products. Also avoid eating fried foods, junk foods, canned foods, etc. Must take salad with your every main meal. Drink plenty of water. Take green tea instead of normal tea but not more than twice a day. Walk at least for half an hour after dinner at night. Take exercises daily as it helps in better absorption of food.
Asked for male, 24 years old from Durgapur
Hi. I need consult about how to gain muscle bcuz I Maa ver lean and thin. I tried every possible diet bt ntng happened.
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