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Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

Chhabra Hospital,Narain Singh Park,Model town Panipat
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Chhabra Hospital   4.6  (4498 ratings) Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic Chhabra Hospital,Narain Singh Park,Model town Panipat
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Chhabra Hospital is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Tamanna Narang, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in Panipat. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 84 patients.

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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
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10 Tips To Avoid Weight Gain During Summers!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
10 Tips To Avoid Weight Gain During Summers!

Summer vacations can make you very lazy and it becomes difficult for you to indulge in physical activities because of the hot and sweaty weather. However, here are a few ways in which, you can avoid weight gain during the season:

  1. Never Arrive Hungry: Eating before hand can help you stay away from different kinds of temptations as you go to a celebratory event or a gathering. This way you do not end up eating a lot of junk food.
  2. Redirect Your Attention: Many people overlook that there is a whole other world to an event or a party than the food. Try not to look at the gathering as only a feast occasion.
  3. Pace Yourself: In case that you pack in as much as you can in thirty minutes, you bite faster. Biting slowly will fill you up easily and this way you do not consume too much.
  4. Number Your food items: At the point when there are food items that you can count as you eat them, put a toothpick in your pocket for every bite you take. Set the farthest point for a number of toothpicks you can collect.
  5. Outmanoeuvre the buffet: At the point when food is served in buffet style, use a small plate and do not stack your food. Restrict your servings to a small amount.
  6. Restrain alcohol: Abstain from drinking an excessive amount of liquor at parties. It is not just about calories but rather about control. In case that alcohol does tempt you, try to drink some water and then ask yourself if you still need that drink. Most of the times, it is because of lack of water that you feel the urge to drink other beverages.
  7. Be choosy about sweets: With regards to sweet, be extremely particular. Confine your desires to little servings and only to what is exceptionally tempting to you. In case that you know you are the type who cannot stop at one chomp, it could be very unhealthy for you. Try to tell someone else about it and let them help you.
  8. Present to your own treats: Whether you are heading off to a gathering or an office potluck, think about bringing as a low-calorie treat that you know you will appreciate. Bringing your own pastry will make other options less enticing.
  9. Confine "tastes" while cooking: In case that you do a great deal of cooking during the occasions, get serious about every one of those "tastes." People lose their cravings when they have been cooking than they have been eating the entire time.
  10. Walk it off: Other than consuming some additional calories, this will make tracks in an opposite direction from the food for a while. Get people off the chair and move. Go out for a stroll as a family before or after the dinner. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dietitian/Nutritionist.
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Rice - Busting Common Myths About It!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Rice - Busting Common Myths About It!

Rice though used as a staple in many parts of the world, is still one of the most controversial and misunderstood foods. There are a number of myths associated with this food and now’s time to debunk them. But let’s look at a few facts about rice first.

  • Rice contains high carbohydrate content. A cup of white rice contains 35gms of carbohydrates
  • A cup of white rice contains 165 calories
  • A cup of white rice contains 3-4 gms of proteins

Rice, like all other carbohydrates, ultimately gets broken down into glucose inside the GI track. And glucose is the ultimate source of energy for the human body. There are also two different types of rice, white rice and brown rice. The difference between the two, especially for our health, is substantial. 

White rice has very little fibre but brown rice has more fibre and also more vitamins and minerals. Whereas, brown rice has substantial amounts of minerals, which are not present in white rice, such as

  • Phosphorous
  • Magnesium
  • Selenium
  • Manganese

Brown rice contains 3 gms of fibre while white rice has only 0.6 gm. This is a substantial difference too.

Busting Myths

  1. Myth - Rice Contains Gluten: The fact is that rice is gluten-free and it does not cause allergies that are associated with other grains. Gluten high foods are bad for diabetics and those trying to lose weight.
  2. Myth - Rice is fattening: Rice is, in fact, low in fats and is also cholesterol free. Because it contains carbohydrates, rice is a good source of energy.
  3. Myth - Rice has no protein: Protein is the second-most abundant nutrient found in rice. A cup of white rice contains 3-4 gm. of proteins, as a matter of fact. The quality of the rice protein is also very high compared to other grains.
  4. Myth - Rice has high amounts of salt: Rice contains low amounts of sodium.
  5. Myth - Eating rice for dinner makes one fat: High carb foods like rice should be eaten at night as they are metabolised into glucose, our energy stocks. The glucose in the blood is more readily converted into energy at night. Rice and other grains should be avoided during the day as the glucose more readily converts into fat.
  6. Myth - Rice is difficult to digest: Actually, the reverse is true. Enzymes secreted in the human digestive tract are especially good at digesting rice. White rice undergoes a processing system where the germ layers, bran and husk are all stripped off. By doing this, white rice loses much of the nutrition too.

The rice of choice for all of us, therefore, should be brown rice, compared to white rice. This way we shall be getting the carbs for energy and proteins, fibre, vitamins and minerals to stay healthy. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult the doctor.

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Health Supplements - Do We Really Need Them?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Supplements - Do We Really Need Them?

It is important for you to have a healthy and balanced body in order to perform your daily activities well. People often think health supplements are efficient alternatives to a healthy diet and regular physical exercise while most of the doctors and nutritionists believe that there is no need for any health supplement if you take in right quantity and quality of food and engage in regular exercise. While health supplements are not alternatives to a healthy lifestyle, they are somewhat necessary for everyday health in the hectic lifestyles of today.

Nowadays, stress (learn more about for Controlling Everyday STRESS) is a constant companion and the foods that we consume are often not of proper quality. You may think that you are taking foods full of nutrients but pesticides and chemicals used farming diminish the nutrient content from the crops. This creates a necessity for taking health supplements for the proper nourishment of body.People with certain medical conditions also need supplements. Supplements fill the gap in your diet.

Beneficial health supplements:

  1. Pregnant women and breastfeeding (leanr more about the Benefits of Breastfeeding) women need iron supplements. Folic acid can be supplemented in your diet in order to reduce the chances of birth defects.
  2. You can take in vitamin D supplements if they don't get enough sunlight every day. Adults, especially after the age of 40 need vitamin D and calcium supplements to maintain bone health.
  3. Adults above the age of 40 are also advised to take vitamin B-12 supplements. 

Supplements have some side effects depending upon your health condition. If you take some supplements along with some other medicines or before surgeries, they can lead to serious complications. Research has concluded that some vitamin and minerals supplements particularly iron supplements, increase the risk of death. So it is necessary to have a proper examination of the body before you take health supplements. The risk factors include: 

  1. Taking vitamin B6 regularly in excess of 100 mg may lead to damage of your nerves
  2. Taking 400 international units of vitamin E on a regular basis increases the health risk and may even lead to premature death
  3. Taking multivitamins does not supplement poor eating habits. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult the doctor.
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I have been vegan for 13 months. What do you suggest I do to make sure I get enough to calcium? My calcium level is low and also low in vitamin D. I have started taking vitamin D. I have been living in UK since 1971.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I have been vegan for 13 months. What do you suggest I do to make sure I get enough to calcium? My calcium level is l...
Dear Vijay ,Being following s vegan diet, i would suggest you to include below food sources in your diet to meet the calcium requirements. 1.Ragi molt - its a drink which you can mix in water & can have it anytime during the day. 2.Do take more broccoli in your schedule. 3.Include betel leaf in your vegetables 4.Take one small banana everyday .These things will gradually meet up the calcium requirements.
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Iodine Deficiency - 11 Signs You are Suffering from it!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Iodine Deficiency - 11 Signs You are Suffering from it!

Iodine deficiency is a very common problem worldwide and is a major cause of thyroid disorders. The entire mechanism of how deficiency of iodine causes hypothyroidism is a complex explanation. So we will stick to layman terms and keep it simple. Deficiency of iodine causes a range of diseases which, altogether are termed as iodine deficiency diseases. When an individual does not receive enough iodine, the thyroid gland increases in size because the thyroid is unable to make enough hormones that are necessary for the body. This causes the development of a condition called goitre. Iodine deficiency in pregnant and lactating women is a serious concern because it is the most popular cause of preventable mental retardation.

There can be situations where a person might not be getting adequate iodine, but may not show any symptoms of iodine deficiency. The easiest way to know if a person has iodine deficiency is to get a urine test done or a blood test done to check the level of iodine in the body. Thyroid is a very important gland and is responsible for the following:

  1. Controlling the metabolic rate
  2. Boosting synthesis of proteins
  3. Regulating blood flow and heart rate
  4. Promoting brain development and linear growth in children
  5. Helping in normal reproductive functioning in adults

Here are the most common signs that can tell you that your thyroid is not functioning properly due to deficiency of iodine.

  1. You feel lethargic and tired most of the times and suffer from weakness constantly (due to reduced metabolic rates).
  2. You may start feeling cold, even when it is visibly warm for the others around you.
  3. You may have difficulty in concentrating and might have a poor memory (due to slowed down mental processes)
  4. You may experience unusual weight gain.
  5. You may become more prone to depressive periods.
  6. You may notice your skin becoming thick and puffy or your face becoming puffier than usual.
  7. You may suffer from hair loss.
  8. You may start having frequent problems of constipation.
  9. Your skin might feel really dry.
  10. You might feel your heart beating slower.
  11. Visible signs would include enlargement of the chin and neck area (caused due to enlargement of your thyroid gland).

With proper treatment and change in diet, iodine deficiency disorders can be prevented with ease. For a better diagnosis, you must consult an experienced medical practitioner and follow his suggestions for improving the iodine levels in your body.

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Dear doctor, main roz subha ko jogging karta hun. Jagging ke pehle ek ghanta computer use karta hun. Yeh mera daily routine hai. But aaj subha .mera dono leg dard huaa. Ek jaga par 20 seconds ruk gaya. Aage chal nai paya. Fir slowly chalna suru kiya. Bich bich gutan dard huaa. Mujhe dar lagta hai. Kahan mein gir na jaun jogging ke time. Computer use se aisa huaa kya doctor ji. Help me.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Dear doctor, main roz subha ko jogging karta hun. Jagging ke pehle ek ghanta computer use karta hun. Yeh mera daily r...
Hello. Ho sakta hai aap apne khane me milk ya panner nai le rae ho ya kum le rae ho, jogging ke baad 1 glass milk ya pannier & vegetable salad zarur le.
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Sir I am very weak but health condition is good. How can I built my body. I looking very thin so give assured tip to built my body.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Sir I am very weak but health condition is good.
How can I built my body. I looking very thin so give assured tip to ...
1.Eating after short intervals is very important to Gain weight. 2. Include high energy nutrient rich sources in your diet such as dark chc 3.To Gain weight it's very important to eat after short intervals, 4.Always carry high energy food sources with you such as nuts, dark chocolates, packed cakes etc. 5.Keep yourself motivated through out the day to gain weight, 6Include more of sweet & sweetened beverages & desserts in your diet and have it after every 3 to 4 hours.
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I am male I am very thin and short but I want to tall and strong and fit my body now what should I do?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I am male I am very thin and short but I want to tall and strong and fit my body now what should I do?
1.Eating after short intervals is very important to Gain weight. 2. Include high energy nutrient rich sources in your diet such as dark chc 3.To Gain weight it's very important to eat after short intervals, 4.Always carry high energy food sources with you such as nuts, dark chocolates, packed cakes etc. 5.Keep yourself motivated through out the day to gain weight, 6Include more of sweet & sweetened beverages & desserts in your diet and have it after every 3 to 4 hours.
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Hello Doctor, I am 24 year old guy. My height is 5'10" and my weight is approximately 50 Kgs. I want to gain weight because I am looking very thin. Could you please tell me, can I take "serious mass" for weight gaining? And tell me other supplements also which can useful to gain weight and easily available in medical store n less or without side effects. Please help me.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Hello Doctor,
I am 24 year old guy. My height is 5'10" and my weight is approximately 50 Kgs. I want to gain weight b...
Hello lybrate-user, no doubt to gain you can take mass gainer or supplement in diet but only these are not sufficient in diet, you need to eat a very healthy & balanced diet to gain weight along with supplements. Here are son tips that you can include in your schedule to gain weight. 1.Eating after short intervals is very important to Gain weight. 2. Include high energy nutrient rich sources in your diet such as dark chc 3.To Gain weight it's very important to eat after short intervals, 4.Always carry high energy food sources with you such as nuts, dark chocolates, packed cakes etc. 5.Keep yourself motivated through out the day to gain weight, 6Include more of sweet & sweetened beverages & desserts in your diet and have it after every 3 to 4 hours.
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Hi How to eat flax seeds to get best health benefits. Kindly provide best suggestions.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
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How to eat flax seeds to get best health benefits. Kindly provide best suggestions.
Hello lybrate-user Firstly to get the most out of flax seeds, it should be grounded ,you can take 1/2 - 1 tsp in the morning with water ot can store in air right container after roasting and can use it on salads or yoghurt for seasonings.
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Health Quote of the Week

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Quote of the Week

No time for exercise? be prepared to find time for illness.

Health Quote of the Week

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Quote of the Week

You didn't gain it overnight so don't expect to lose it overnight.

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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Quote of the Week

Bigger snacks, bigger slacks.

I have diabetes from last 3 years and I have tried lots of medicine and didn't get well. What should I do to get relief from diabetes.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I have diabetes from last 3 years and I have tried lots of medicine and didn't get well. What should I do to get reli...
In diabetes diet plays a very important role. You need to be very particular about food choices along with medications ti control diabetes. Eat small & frequent meals. Include high fiber foods in your diet such as whole cereals & whole pulses. Avoid all refined food items from your diet such as maida, pasta. Properly follow through do's and don't of diabetes to stabilise the blood sugar levels.
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I am very tired thoda sa hi kam karne me tiredness aa jati hai sans fulta hai Thoda jyada bolne par awaaz bhari ho jati hai sweeling bhi aa jati hai kabhi kabhi what should I do thanks in advance.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Weakness can be due to many reasons such as hormonal imbalance, disturbed lipid profile, improper sleep, certain deficiencies in the body and many more, get your tsh, t3, t4 and lipid profile profile test and take proper sleep and drink lots of water and take balanced diet.
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Hello, My current weight is 85 kgs, height is 5 11" I want to loose weight how is it possible. What will be my perfect weight.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Hello, My current weight is 85 kgs, height is 5 11"
I want to loose weight how is it possible.
What will be my perfec...
Eat small & frequent meals. Include high fiber foods in your diet such as whole cereals & whole pulses. Keep check on your food intake. Keep yourself motivated through out the day to lose weight. Drink lots of water through out the day to keep yourself hydrated. Post lunch & dinner walk for 15 - 20 minutes.
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Hi I want to know about weakness Why I am facing all the time is there any solution please suggest.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Weakness can be due to many reasons such as hormonal imbalance, disturbed lipid profile, improper sleep, certain deficiencies in the body and many more, get your tsh, t3, t4 and lipid profile profile test and take proper sleep and drink lots of water and take balanced diet.
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I am a adolescent of 16 year. I have not a very big problem but I want to know what should I do to reduce My weight. I walk a lot also do cycling but very often. please help me.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I am a adolescent of 16 year. I have not a very big problem but I want to know what should I do to reduce My weight. ...
To reduce weight diet plays a major role. You need to be particular about food habits along with physical activity. 1. Eat small & frequent meals. 2. Includs high fiber foods in your diet such as whole cereals & whole pulses. 3. Drink plenty of water. 4. Include at least one serving of fruit and one bowl of vegetable through out the day. 5. Keep check on your food choices & intake. 6 keep yourself motivated through out the day to lose weight.
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I am 27 years old female. My body weight is 80 kg. I have to loose weight. please guide me.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I am 27 years old female. My body weight is 80 kg. I have to loose weight. please guide me.
To reduce weight you need to be very particular about food choices & timings. Eat small & frequent meals. Include high fiber foods in your diet such as whole cereals & whole pulses. Take at lease one serving of fruits and 1 bowl of vegetable daily. Drink plenty of water. Keep check on your food intake. Keep yourself motivated through out the day to lose weight.
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I am 21 years old and I have a problem with my health that is becoming weak day by day, I am comfortable with foods but why my health progress towards a weak?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Weakness can be due to many reasons such as hormonal imbalance, disturbed lipid profile, improper sleep, certain deficiencies in the body and many more, get your tsh, t3, t4 and lipid profile profile test and take proper sleep and drink lots of water and take balanced diet.
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