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Kiprosh

  4.5  (33 ratings)

Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic

901/902 Sagar Tech Plaza Sakinaka, Andheri East
1 Doctor · ₹850
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Kiprosh   4.5  (33 ratings) Dietitian/Nutritionist Clinic 901/902 Sagar Tech Plaza Sakinaka, Andheri East
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As a 'Corporate Nutritionist' at Kiprosh, I take pride in conducting wellness programmes to create a healthier & happier workforce ready to take on the challenges of the modern working life....more
As a 'Corporate Nutritionist' at Kiprosh, I take pride in conducting wellness programmes to create a healthier & happier workforce ready to take on the challenges of the modern working life.
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Kiprosh is known for housing experienced Dietitian/Nutritionists. Dt. Prachi Rege, a well-reputed Dietitian/Nutritionist, practices in Sakinaka, Andheri East. Visit this medical health centre for Dietitian/Nutritionists recommended by 40 patients.

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Dt. Prachi Rege

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
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Pleease explain me how to cook Brown rice. Is need to soak in water before cooking for good health

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Pleease explain me how to cook Brown rice.
Is need to soak in water before cooking for good health
Hello, It is not required to soak the brown rice in water if you are cooking it in pressure cooker. If you plan to cook it in utensil on gas stove then you have to soak it for 30-45 minutes in order to reduce the cooking time. Thanks.
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Know your surroundings, Are you exposed to 'Carcinogens'???

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai

We humans do not live in a controlled environment. We are continuously exposed to so many substances at any given time, including those we encounter at work, school, home, in the food we eat and the air we breathe. It is very unlikely to know what we have been exposed to exactly everyday. There are usually many years (often decades) between exposure to a carcinogen and the development of cancer.

Cancer is caused by changes in a cell's DNA either by genetic factors or caused by environmental exposures such as lifestyle factors (diet and nutrition, level of physical activity, tobacco use etc.), UV rays, infectious agents, medical treatments (radiation, hormone drugs, immunosuppresive agents etc.), household and workplace exposures, pollution etc...

If I am exposed to Carcinogen, will I get Cancer?
Cancer development is a complex process that occurs over a long period of time, and is influenced by many factors. The risk of getting cancer from exposure depends upon the type of carcinogen and length of exposure.

The good news is that if exposure to carcinogens is stopped soon enough, the body can stop or reverse the cancer process.

Lets look at some of the common Carcinogens/toxins/pollutants we are/might be exposed to:
1. Cigarette Smoking (active & passive), tobacco use, incents or agarbattis, smoke of burnt food and waste materials.
2. Asbestos: (paper roofing, floor tiles, and in construction). Not widely used now due to it's direct links with Cancer
3. Benzene: (Rubber, paint, dry cleaning, adhesives, detergents)
4. Vinyl Chloride: (Food wrapping films)
5. Diet and Nutrition: Excessive consumption of processed foods (with preservatives, flavour enhancers, colours, artificial flavours etc.) , very high consumption of salt, saturated fat, animal products and acidic foods.
Animal carcinogen acrylamide is generated in fried or overheated carbohydrate foods (such as french fries and potato chips. Avoid eating french fries too frequently.
6. Cosmetics (Chemicals used in Shampoos, body washes, soaps, toothpaste etc.)
7. Use of unsafe plastic (read more here: http://bit.ly/1sn4GCu)
8. Constant long term exposure to radiation (cell phones, X-rays etc.)
9. According to research, shift work brings out changes in the circadian rhythms which can lead to Cancer if it is continued for long time.

What should we do to minimise our exposure to these Carcinogens?
1. Reducing exposures to diesel and auto mobile emissions: Wear carbon filter masks or anti-pollution face masks while commuting. Simply keeping a handkerchief on mouth in polluted areas is not going to purify the air you breathe.

2. Reducing exposures to sun: There is a direct correlation between sun exposure and melanoma. Sunscreen (organic and natural brand) should always be used to protect against skin cancers.

3. Keep your house well ventilated: To get rid of the cooking smoke, incents, cleaning chemicals and other chemicals used in paints, polish, furniture etc... Light Camphor in a diffuser as it is known to purify the air and also brings the positivity.

The first step in reducing toxic carcinogens in your home is to remove the detergents and cleaners you no longer need. Many of these products can be replaced with things you make yourself. A vinegar and water solution makes a great all-purpose liquid cleaner and can be put in a spray bottle for easy use. Baking soda is another green cleaning solution, perfect for the tough jobs like tiles and countertops.
Instead of using chemically loaded air freshners try a simple, natural potpourri using orange peels and cinnamon bark or natural aromatic oils in candle diffusers.

4. Go Organic and Natural wherever possible: Reduce the intake of pesticides and insecticides from the food. Choose natural cosmetics, cut down the use of fancy expensive branded cosmetics, remember they all contain CHEMICALS!! e.g. Use turmeric and chickpea flour mixed in cream or milk as a facial cleanser , why spend on expensive face wash when mothernature has given us so many good natural alternatives.
Eat organic grains, dals, spices, fruits, vegetables whenever possible. If you do not have access to organic ingredients, check the authenticity of the fresh produce you buy. Find out some local vendors or farmers who grow fresh vegetables, seasonal fruits in their farm or garden and sell it in your nearby market.

5. Eat healthy homemade meals and avoid eating processed food as much as possible. Say no to canned, bottled, tetra packed foods. Stick to fresh ingredients as much as possible. Eat clean!!!!
Stop the use of Microwave food, they are no longer good for health.

6. Meditation and Breathing techniques: Experts say 80% of the toxins are thrown out of the body by our lungs. Invest time in learning these effective alternate therapies eg. Sudarshan Kriya (Art of Living), Pranayam, other breathing techniques , meditation etc. and practice it regularly.

7. Regular Exercise: Indulge in any kind of physical activity for 30-40 minutes daily. The "weekend warrior" who is predominantly sedentary during the week but engages in vigorous bouts of exercise during the weekend may be doing more harm than good. To rip the good benefits of exercise, you must do it regularly. Remember, Sweating can rid of many dangerous toxins and carcinogens like phthalates, BPA, heavy metals etc.

8. Increase the consumption of antioxidants as they fight against free radicals. Antioxidants are an important part of healthy eating. A diet rich in these naturally occurring compounds helps our bodies fight other naturally occurring compounds called free-radicals. Free-radicals can accelerate the ageing process and cause disease by damaging our body's fats, proteins and cells. Eat 8-9 servings of colourful vegetables and fruits daily to get the right dosage of antioxidants.
(1 serving = 100gms)

9. Include Cancer fighting foods in your meals daily: Turmeric, Black Pepper (mix turmeric with black pepper powder and use this mixture for making curries, soups, dals etc. An anti cancer effect of piperin is doubled when it is mixed with curcumin from turmeric), Green Tea, Cruciferous Vegetables (Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower), Onion, Celery, Garlic, Apples, Parsley.

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Hi. I am married and have been facing issues in my private part (labia minora) from 3 days. There is a bit swelling and itching in the same. Little pain is also there but there is no kind of pain while urination or lower abdomen. Request you to please help me with the same providing the reason and any kind of gel/cream to help me out.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hi. I am married and have been facing issues in my private part (labia minora) from 3 days. There is a bit swelling a...
Hello, If you have a swollen labia, do not ignore. Visit your gyne for evaluation and treatment. For infections, anti-fungals or antibiotic creams are given. Keep the vulval area clean and dry. Wash it regularly, but gently, with plain water. Avoid using much of beauty products and soaps for the area. The inner labia are very sensitive, and may become dry or allergic to outside products. It’s just the normal vaginal secretions that they want. Avoid tight clothing around your genitals. Loose cotton clothes are the best to keep the area dry and healthy. For localized swellings, warm compress techniques may be used to relieve pain.
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Dr. Can we do exercise or yoga with empty stomach? Will it effect our health? Or Can we do exercise with full stomach? please help! Tnx.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Dr. Can we do exercise or yoga with empty stomach? Will it effect our health?
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Can we do exercise with full stomach...
Hello, You must consume a snack rich in complex carbohydrate pre- exercise. This helps to release energy slowly and provide good stamina during the workout. e.g. an apple 30 minutes before workout is a good choice or 1 banana with 1 serving of oats and semi skimmed milk 2 hours before the workout is an ideal choice. The type of food and quantity depends on what time of the day you workout. If you work out in the evening, keep a gap of 3 hours after your main meal or lunch. After a meal, blood circulation is towards the tummy to digest the food so if you exercise immediately, you may experience stomach cramps and the digestion of the food will be affected.
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Hi, I am working in a MNC my shift timings are 5.30 pm to 3.30 am I am unable to take my breakfast as I am sleeping from 4 am to 11 am so please suggest me proper diet as I am skipping my breakfast.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hi, I am working in a MNC my shift timings are 5.30 pm to 3.30 am I am unable to take my breakfast as I am sleeping f...
Hello, my personal recommendation would be to go for a day shift as soon as possible. There are several studies done on disruption in'circadian rhythm' or in other term" internal body clock. Your circadian clock influences your metabolism, immune system, memory, learning and creativity, weight gain/loss, cardiac and diabetes risk, cancer risk etc. As far as diet is concerned during your shift timings, you can eat: 1. An evening snack at around 6 pm 2. Light dinner at 9 pm. (e. G. Mix vegetable dalia or oats khichadi) 3. Fruit at 12 am 4. And may be a glass of milk (add a pinch of nutmeg and turmeric) with 1 medium banana 30-45 minutes before you go to bed. This way you will not be starved for more than 8 hours after your last meal. You can eat your first meal as soon as you wake up at 11 am. Start your day with lemon and honey water. This helps to alkalise and detox the body.
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I have lost weight from 75 kg to 66 kg. But now I am not loosing any more. Please suggest.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I have lost weight from 75 kg to 66 kg. But now I am not loosing any more. Please suggest.
Hello, here are some tips to break the weight loss plateau: 1. Your body can get used to doing the same activities if you don't change up your workout routine from time to time. If you try something new, you may be engaging different muscles and burning calories in a new way that your body isn't used to, causing you to lose weight. Do cycling for a week if you are currently running on a treadmill or taking a brisk walk. Try a new kind of fitness class or activity. Increase the intensity in your weight training and do fewer reps instead of light weight and more reps. Meet with a personal trainer to get new ideas and create a routine that will optimize your weight loss. 2. Bring out changes in your diet too. E. G. Cut down on carbohydrate rich foods after 6 pm. Eat protein rich salad or soup for dinner. Be regular with your meal timings. Eat small and frequent meals ever3-3.5 hours. 3. Eat metabolism boosting foods. 4. Eat your favorite food once a week and go off the dieting for 1 day. Sometimes your body just needs a break, and many fitness experts recommend taking time off from a calorie-restricted diet as a way to get past a diet plateau. Good luck!
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I am 54 years old and have type -2 diabetics for last 3 years. Want to understand if homeopathy has a treatment for diabetics also. My fasting sugar is 175 and after food is 290. Please revert. Thanks.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I am 54 years old and have type -2 diabetics for last 3 years. Want to understand if homeopathy has a treatment for d...
Hello, yes homeopathy can work for type 2. Lifestyle changes are equally important to manage diabetes. Regular exercise, small and frequent meals (5-6 meals) instead of 3 big traditional meals are the key things. Focus more on complex carbohydrates such as millets (ragi, jowar, bajra, oats), whole wheat. Avoid eating the bakery and processed food as much as possible.
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Doctor. I want to know you that Garcinia combogia herbs is 100 % safe or not for weight loss.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Doctor. I want to know you that Garcinia combogia herbs is 100 % safe or not for weight loss.
Hello, instead of going for garcinia combogia supplements, you can try the natural fruit itself and use it in everyday cooking. It is also called as'kokum' and has many culinary uses. It has many health benefits apart from weight loss. Kokum contains hydroxycitric acid (hca), a chemical that has been patented for use as a hypocholesterolaemic agent. Hca is a potential anti-obesity agent. It suppresses fatty acid synthesis, lipogenesis, food intake, and induces weight loss. Kokum is mainly used in curries, rice preparations like khichdi and pulav and also as the main ingredient in a refreshing cooler in south and western india. It can also be used as a substitute for tamarind and amchur.
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Hii. I am a girl I'm19 years old and my height is 5'6. And my weight is only 41 kgs. M too skinny I want to gain weight. Can I take apetimin syrup 200 ml for gaining weight?

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hii. I am a girl I'm19 years old and my height is 5'6. And my weight is only 41 kgs. M too skinny I want to gain weig...
Hello, your ideal body weight should be 55-56 kgs. Some of the tips to include calorically dense foods and to gain weight are: 1. Eat handful of dry fruits and nuts on daily basis 2. Fruit or almond or mixed dry fruit milk shakes (avoid very high consumption of refined sugar, you can sweeten the shakes or juices using date syrup, molasses, jaggery, honey etc) use full fat cream milk only. 3. Knead chapati atta using milk instead of water. Enrich chapati flour with soya flour to increase its nutritional value. 4. Eat small and frequent every 2 hours 5. Do weight training to increase the muscle mass and increase the consumption of proteins in your diet. You can also start taking carbohydrate containing protein supplements (e. G. Whey protein for muscle gainers). But you must indulge in weight training before you start these supplements. Consult a certified gym trainer and a physician before you take any supplements. 6. Cook vegetables and curries in ghee or pure butter or use cold pressed oils (kacchi ghani oils instead of refined oils).
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My hands are not strong and my wrest thickness is very low how can I gain it strong.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
My hands are not strong and my wrest thickness is very low how can I gain it strong.
Hello, you can do wrist curls to make them strong (search the form of the exercise on internet). Increase your protein intake to make muscles strong e. G. Pulses, seeds, dals, eggs, nuts, chicken, fish, milk and milk products.
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Will vitamin D save my life? Should I really be taking four times the recommended daily dose?

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Will vitamin D save my life? Should I really be taking four times the recommended daily dose?
Hi lybrate-user, vitamin d is a fat soluble vitamin, if you take it more than the recommended allowance, there are chances of vitamin d toxicity (leading to hypercalemia or high level of calcium in the blood). My recommendation would be take this vitamin only if your blood reports are deficient in it. Consult a physician for the right dosage.
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I have a desk job and in the last 2 yr, my weight has gone up from 76 KGS to 87 KGS. L want to lose weight. Please help me.

Master in Food/ Nutrition/ Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I have a desk job and in the last 2 yr, my weight has gone up from 76 KGS to 87 KGS. L want to lose weight. Please he...
Hi lybrate-user, the weight gain is quite due to your sedentary lifestyle. Try to burn maximum calories throughout the day by indulging in any kind of physical activity you like e. G. Brisk walking, cycling, dancing etc. For at least 30 minutes a day. The most important thing to remember is to be regular and consistent. Experts say'sitting is the new smoking' so please get up from your seat/desk as often as possible e. G. May be to fill up a water bottle, go to your colleague's desk to discuss office issues instead of sending an email, do not use lift/escalators wherever possible, go for 10-15 minutes light walk pre- lunch etc. Eating healthy and small meals every 3-4 hours is equally important to boost the metabolism. Avoid processed foods and stick to healthy homemade meals. You can consult me for a detailed diet plan and exercise regimen. Good luck!
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