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Dt. Tamanna Narang - Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat

Dt. Tamanna Narang

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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat

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Dt. Tamanna Narang 91% (5203 ratings) M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University) Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care. My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve ......more
I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care. My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them. To provide my patients with the highest quality NUTRITION CARE I'm a caring, skilled professional, dedicated to simplifying what is often a very complicated and confusing area of health care. I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage. My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family
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Dt. Tamanna Narang is a trusted Dietitian/Nutritionist in Model Town, Panipat. She has over 7 years of experience as a Dietitian/Nutritionist. She studied and completed M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University). You can meet Dt. Tamanna Narang personally at Chhabra Hospital in Tehsil Camp, Panipat. She has received 14 excellent reviews from her patients who are happy with her treatment. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dt. Tamanna Narang on Lybrate.com.

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M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University) - Lady Irwin College - 2012
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Dry Scalp, Weak or Dull Hair ?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Dry Scalp, Weak or Dull Hair ?

Essential oils# Effective remedy for hair # Boom for winter season!

I am suffering by pcos, diabetes and thyroid, now I am pregnant I already had 76 kg weight and now its continuously increasing, suggest me some diet chart.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
I am suffering by pcos, diabetes and thyroid, now I am pregnant I already had 76 kg weight and now its continuously i...
Hello Soni, Duting pregnancy its very natural to gain weight, dont worry about weight gain during pregnancy, its good for you and your baby for leading a healthy life !
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Sir, I am 23 years old. Height 168 cm & weight 77 kg. I want to fat lose 10 to 12 kg. So, please suggest me perfect diet plan and many more options.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
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Sir, I am 23 years old. Height 168 cm & weight 77 kg.
I want to fat lose 10 to 12 kg. So, please suggest me perfect d...
Weight reduction is a scientific and complex process and depends on many factors such as your lifestyle ,age , height , weight ,history and other medical history i would suggest you to discuss ur lifestyle in detail and will guide u to achieve the desirable goal
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I am suffering from pcos due to which my weight is increasing even when I am having no junk foods and taking medicines properly. But I really want to loose weight. Please suggest me something so that I can loose 8-10 kg weight in a month, specially belly fat. Can jumping rope be helpful?

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I am suffering from pcos due to which my weight is increasing even when I am having no junk foods and taking medicine...
Hello Jaya, pcos is a hormonal imbalance and depends on several factors , pcod and weigt gain are related to each other, i would suggest u to start yoga as its very good for hormonal imbalance and start including good fat sources jn diet such as flax seeds, wallnuts and good protein sources such as low fat milk, paneer, nuts ,boiled pulses, soybeans, jumping rope is good exercise for belly fat reduction
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Happy Diwali !

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Happy Diwali !

This Diwali let us Give thanks for all we hold dear: Our Health,Our Family,Our Friends and to the Grace of God which never ends,Happy Diwali !

Happy Dhanteras!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Happy Dhanteras!

May this Dhanteras Celebration Endow you with Prosperity & Good Health!Wishing you & Your family endless Happiness! Happy Dhanteras!

Some Common Mistakes When Trying to Lose Weight!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Some Common Mistakes When Trying to Lose Weight!

Losing weight can seem very tough!

Sometimes you feel like you're doing everything right, yet still not getting results.

Here are few common mistakes people make when trying to lose weight

1. Choosing Low-Fat or "Diet" Foods

Processed low-fat or "diet" foods are often considered good choices for losing weight, but they may actually have the opposite effect.

Many of these products are loaded with sugar to improve their taste.

For instance, one cup (245 grams) of low-fat, fruit-flavored yogurt can contain 47 grams of sugar (nearly 12 teaspoons) .

Rather than keeping you full, low-fat products are likely to make you hungrier, so you end up eating even more.

Instead of low-fat or "diet" foods, choose a combination of nutritious, minimally processed foods.

Bottom line: Fat-free or so called “diet” foods are typically high in sugar & may lead to hunger & higher calorie intake & ultimately no weight loss.

2. Eating Too Many or Too Few Calories

A calorie deficit is required for weight loss. This means you need to burn more calories than you consume.

You may be consuming too many foods that are healthy but also high in calories, such as nuts,seeds and cheese. Watching portion size is the key.

On the other hand, decreasing your calorie intake too much can be counterproductive.

Studies on very low-calorie diets providing less than 1,000 calories per day show they can lead to muscle loss and significantly slow down metabolism .

Bottom Line: Consuming too many calories can stop you from losing weight. On the other hand, too few calories can make you hungry and reduce your metabolism and muscle mass.

3. Not Exercising or Exercising Too Much

During weight loss, you lose some muscle mass as well as fat, although the amount depends on several factors

If you don't exercise at all while restricting calories, you're likely to lose more muscle mass and experience a decrease in metabolic rate.

By contrast, exercising helps minimize the amount of lean mass you lose, boost fat loss and prevent your metabolism from slowing down. The more lean mass you have, the easier it is to lose weight and maintain the weight loss

However, over-exercising can also cause problems.

Studies show excessive exercise is unsustainable in the long term for most people and may lead to stress. In addition, it may impair the production of adrenal hormones that regulate stress response  

Trying to force your body to burn more calories by exercising too much is neither effective nor healthy.

However, lifting weights and doing cardio several times per week is a sustainable strategy for maintaining metabolic rate during weight loss.

Bottom Line:A lack of exercise can lead to loss of muscle mass and lower metabolism.On the other hand, too much exercise is neither healthy nor effective and it may lead to stress.

4. Only Focusing on the Scale Weight

It's very common to feel like you're not losing weight fast enough, despite sticking to your diet.

However, the number on the scale is only one measure of weight change. Weight is influenced by several things, including fluid fluctuations and how much food remains in your system.

In fact, weight can fluctuate by (1.8 kg) over the course of a day, depending on how much food and liquid you've consumed.

If the number on the scale isn't moving, you may very well be losing fat mass but holding on to water. Fortunately, you can do several things to lose water weight.

Measuring your waist with a tape measure and taking monthly pictures of yourself can reveal you're actually losing fat, even if the scale number doesn't change much.

Bottom Line :

Many factors can affect scale weight like water retention, muscle mass, weight of undigested food,constipation.You may be losing body fat even if the scale reading doesn’t change much

5. Overestimating How Many Calories You Burn During Exercise

Many people believe that exercise "supercharges" their metabolism.

Although exercise increases metabolic rate somewhat, it may actually be less than you think. People burned 200 and 300 calories during exercise sessions. Yet when asked, they estimated they had burned over 800 calories. As a result, they ended up eating more.

Bottom line: One hour of exercise burns 200 -300 calories, but people tend to overestimate & end up eating more calories.

6. Not Eating Enough Protein

Getting enough protein is extremely important if you're trying to lose weight.

In fact, protein has been shown to help with weight loss in several ways.

It can reduce appetite, increase feelings of fullness, decrease calorie intake, increase metabolic rate and protect muscle mass during weight loss .

To optimize weight loss, make sure each of your meals contains a high-protein food like sprouts, eggs, beans,pulses, yoghurt in diet

7. Not Tracking What You Eat in Any Way

Eating nutritious foods is a good weight loss strategy. However, you may still be eating more calories than you need to lose weight.

What's more, you may not be getting the right amount of protein, fiber, carbs and fat to support your weight loss efforts.

Studies show that tracking what you eat can help you get an accurate picture of your calorie and nutrient consumption, as well as provide accountability  

In addition to food, most online tracking sites and apps allow you to enter your daily exercise as well.

Bottom Line: If you are not tracking what you eat, you may be consuming more calories than you realize.

8. Still Drinking Sugar

Many people cut soft drinks and other sweetened beverages out of their diet to lose weight, which is a good thing.

However, drinking fruit juice instead isn't smart.

Even 100% fresh fruit juice is loaded with sugar and may lead to health and weight problems similar to those caused by sugar-sweetened beverages .

What's more, liquid calories don't seem to affect the appetite as it is devoid of fiber. So you end up consuming more calories overall, instead of compensating for the liquid calories by eating less later in the day.

Bottom Line:If you cut out sugar-sweetened beverages but continue drinking fruit juice, you’re still getting a lot of sugar and are likely to take in more calories overall.

9. Not Reading Labels

Failing to accurately read label information can cause you to consume unwanted calories and unhealthy ingredients.

Unfortunately, many foods are labeled with healthy-sounding food claims on the front of the package. These may give you a false sense of security about choosing a certain item

To get to the most important information for weight control, you need to look at the ingredients list and nutrition facts label, which are on the back of the container.

Bottom Line:Food labels provide information on ingredients, calories & nutrients.Make sure you understand how to accurately read labels.

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Health Tip

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Tip
  • Eat Colorful foods for good health!
  • Eat Orange for healthy skin, excellent vision & to boost immunity!
  • Eat White for strong bones!
  • Eat BLue Berries for longer life!
  • Eat Green to purify & Detox your body!
  • Eat Healthy, Live Healthy.
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Facts And Myths About Diabetes

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Facts And Myths About Diabetes

Is jaggery good for Diabetic patient, Facts & Myths About Diabetes Be Aware, Be Healthy!

MYTH-Jaggery is better or safe in diabetes :

FACT-Jaggery and sugar both are essentially same. Both contain sucrose, as they are prepared from sugar cane juice. Hence eating either of these will increase blood glucose considerably. In jaggery there are some vitamins and a few antioxidants. But both are bad for a diabetic person.
 

MYTH- Eating Sugar or Sweets causes Diabetes :

FACT -It is incorrect to say that eating sweets and / or sugar causes diabetes. Basically excess food intake will lead to excess production of glucose. That puts excess load on insulin producing cells in pancreas due glucotoxicity. Also due to central obesity  the fat around internal organs causes lipotoxicity affecting the beta cells. Therefore, excess food intake in general and weight gain  are the reasons for diabetes.


MYTH- Rice should not be eaten in diabetes :

FACT- Not really true. Because in south India this is the major or at times only main food. Rice has a high glycemic index so gets converted to glucose rapidly. So polished rice is not good. Brown rice is better. Quantity should be regulated. All other cereals  also are converted  glucose after digestion. 

MYTH- Diabetes is curable :

FACT-Diabetes is  mainly due deficiency of Insulin (hormone produced by Beta cells of pancreas), plus resistance to action of insulin, overweightor obesity  and inactivity. Therefore, to treat diabetes we need drugs that initiate insulin secretion, reduce insulin resistance. In some cases  insulin itself. Plus dietary control and regular exercise to maintain normal weight or reduce excess weight. Hence it can only be effectively controlled. Cure is not possible


MYTH-Allopathic Medications Damage Kidneys, so go for either Ayurvedic or Homeopathic Drugs :

FACT-In fact diabetes itself affects kidney, particularly the filtering membrane of glomerulurous  (a filtering unit in the kidney).   Even when diabetes fairly well controlled, kidney does get affected. The drugs used to treat diabetes  help in overcoming kidney damage. Therefore it is wrong to think that modern drugs cause kidney damage.

MYTH-Sugar intake is essential for body :

FACT- Some people keep asking that eating sugar is very necessary for getting energy for the body tissues. This is not at all true.  Because all the cereals like rice, jowar, wheat, ragi, bajra and other millets, contain starch as the main ingredient. Hence intake of each of these foods  provides glucose after digestion. So there is no separate need for taking sugar.

Few things to be remembered and practiced are :

  • Always use whole grain flour, as it contains a good amount of biber content for making chapati or roti.
  • Consume more of green leafy vegetables and salads with every meal.
  • Consider fruits and green leafy vegetables as part of regular snacks
  • Take small meals on more number of occasion to avoid glucose surge.
  • Avoid Maida and foods made from it. It is probably worst kind of food that one can consume.
  • Form healthy food habits.

 

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Health Benefits of Peanuts!

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition (Delhi University)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panipat
Health Benefits of Peanuts!

Winters are Incomplete without Peanuts! Know the benefits that we all love to consume in winters.Enjoy festival with your favourite foods.

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