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Dt. Anagha Desai  - Dietitian/Nutritionist, Thane

Dt. Anagha Desai

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MSC in Nutrition & Dietetics, BSc in Food Nutrition & Dietetics

Dietitian/Nutritionist, Thane

6 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Dt. Anagha Desai 86% (12 ratings) MSC in Nutrition & Dietetics, BSc in Food Nutrition & Die... Dietitian/Nutritionist, Thane
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Dt. Anagha Desai is a popular Dietitian/Nutritionist in Thane West, Thane. She has been a successful Dietitian/Nutritionist for the last 6 years. She studied and completed MSC in Nutrition & Dietetics, BSc in Food Nutrition & Dietetics . She is currently practising at Zing Wellness in Thane West, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dt. Anagha Desai and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MSC in Nutrition & Dietetics - Symbiosis International University - 2015
BSc in Food Nutrition & Dietetics - Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science - 2013
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NEP Certified Nutripreuner

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About Food Cravings!

Whenever we are craving for a particular food, it is not our body but our mind that is craving for that experience.
If we desire for that particular taste then one or two bites are enough to satisfy our taste buds, but we feel that I need to eat this entire dessert in order to satisfy my craving.
So, next time you caught yourself making the wrong choices, remind yourself that my body isn’t craving for this, but my mind wants to experience that emotion which I will experience after having this particular food.

Ask yourself these QUESTIONS

  1. What am I craving for?
  2. How will this particular food make me feel after I consume it?
  3. Which emotion is triggered after consuming this particular food?
  4. Can I relate it to my current state of mind?
  5. Am I not experiencing this particular emotion at this point in my life?

Now realise that you have associated this emotion with that particular food.

This is just the beginning stage to identify the problem. Our cravings are very deep and they demand our attention.

Is there any food which is controlling you? Something you are not able to give up?

I want a diet plan to gain weight. I eat too much but it doesn't make a difference.

I want a diet plan to gain weight. I eat too much but it doesn't make a difference.
Hi lybrate-user, eating too much is not the solution. You need to eat the right foods in order to gain healthy weight. Gaining healthy weight means gaining lean body mass (muscle mass). By eating too much and eating wrong foods you will end up gaining fat and not muscle.
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My fat is increasing day by day in chest part there is more fat I want to decrease my fat.

My fat is increasing day by day in chest part there is more fat I want to decrease my fat.
Hi lybrate-user, to reduce body fat you need a combination of right food choices and exercise according to your body type.

I have been high fat low carb low protein diet for 1 year because of which I lost 10 kg weight but sometimes I had pain in my knees but recently I totally started avoiding sugar in my diet in any food some more weight but this aggravated my problem knees now pain a lot and I feel tired very quickly. Got a blood test done all things were normal but ferritin was at 983.7 ng/ml.

I have been high fat low carb low protein diet for 1 year because of which I lost 10 kg weight but sometimes I had pa...
Hi lybrate-user, due to low carb and low protein diet, the weight that you must have lost is your lean body mass (muscle mass). And low ferritin levels are due to a low protein diet. Hemoglobin (its a protein that carries oxygen throughout the body and ferritin is a blood cell protein that contains iron) so if you are not having enough protein then your iron levels tend to decrease. You need to follow a balanced diet which is healthy as well as sustainable in the long run without compromising on your nutritional status. Is there a specific reason why you went for a low carb and low protein diet? Also, once you start incorporating carbs in your diet you will regain the lost weight back. So ideally it's not the right approach. I will need more details about you and your current health status to advise you accurately.

Healthy Dinner - Know Ingredients Of It!

Healthy Dinner  - Know Ingredients Of It!

It has long been established that the kind of food you intake and the way you prepare it, go a long way in deciding your digestive and overall health. A person is always advised to have a filling breakfast, a moderately elaborate lunch, but a beggar's dinner. This kind of balanced diet helps a person to live a healthier life.

The following points will help you to have a healthy dinner facilitating your wellbeing:

  1. Opt for a broth instead of something greasy and oily: If you plan to cook veggies on a pan, chuck the idea of using oil. Oily and greasy food should be your last dinner option. Excess oil not only complicates digestive processes, but it also interferes with your regular sleep patterns. The next solution available is to use vegetable broth in place of oil. Pieces of lean meat or diced vegetables steamed in some broth can make a yummy meal indeed.
  2. Try avoiding dairy products after sundown: It is hard for your body to break down dairy products, such as full cream milk or cheese at night. Dairy products are also fattening. It would be best to have these in the day. Contrary to popular belief, milk is not an essential part of an adult's diet. It is inevitable in your growing age. To fulfil one's bodily requirement of calcium without causing extra pressure on the digestive system, a generous helping of plain yoghurt can be had with dinner.
  3. Drink water before you start with your meal: Water kills your ability to overeat. Many tend to drink soda or carbonated drinks alongside lunch or dinner; this is a bad practice. One may sip on to water while eating a meal, but that too in moderation. You should drink water before sitting at the dining table; this way you can successfully prevent yourself from overeating.
  4. Spices can actually help: Spice is not a vice. Spices bring added flavor to your food and subject you to the benefits of natural products. May it be a soup, broth or a salad; adding spices can prove to be effective. Cinnamon and turmeric can actually protect you against a host of diseases. Garlic fights off cancer. Using ginger to cook your dinner can also be extremely helpful.
  5. Whole grains pave your way to good health: Instead of having refined grains you should go in for whole grains. Whole grains are rich in fiber and fill you up for a longer span of time. Fiber can come to your aid if you suffer from chronic constipation as it is known to stimulate bowel movements.
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Energy Centre & Three Principle Energies In Our Body!

Energy Centre & Three Principle Energies In Our Body!

According to Ayurveda, our body has energy center & three principle energies circulate in our body. They are known as doshas.

Tri-doshas are - 

1) Vata

2) Pitta

3) Kapha

Any disease can be prevented if our doshas are in balance. If our dosha goes out of balance then it can lead to an accumulation of toxins in our bodies. 

The doshas govern all physical, mental, & emotional processes. Every individual has a unique combination of these elements. 

#vata time (2am-6am & 2pm-6pm)
Vata means transition. It is the best time for creative work, ideas, problem-solving. 
2am-6pm is the best time to do meditation, prayer, yoga, & other spiritual practices.

#pitta time (10am-2pm & 10pm-2am)
It refers to Agni or digestive fire which is strongest at this time (10am-2pm). So, have the heaviest meal of the day at this time as our digestive fire is strongest in the afternoon. Make sure you eat your lunch before 2 pm. 
But, at night (10pm-2am) avoid eating, as it’s the time when our body is busy digesting the food we ate throughout the day. Try to sleep by 10 pm or max by 11 pm as you might end up munching on something at this time.

#kapha time (6am-10am & 6pm-10pm)
The best time to wake up before 6 am, as kapha becomes dominant at 6 am. Kapha is heavy and sluggish. So if you wake up during this period, then you’ll probably feel very heavy & won’t feel like waking up. It’s the best time to exercise to get your heart pumping & give an energetic start to your day. Have a light breakfast with some spices added to your meal. Light breakfast because Kapha will make you feel heavy.

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Question on what to eat in veg buffet? The following starters are provided: 1. Paneer 2. Potato fry 3. Potato (french fries) 4. Mushroom 5. Cauliflower 6. Crispy corn which out of these are high in fat, cholesterol? Which should be avoided if I have high cholesterol, fatty liver and obese?

Question on what to eat in veg buffet? The following starters are provided: 1. Paneer 2. Potato fry 3. Potato (french...
The oil used outside is high in omega 6 which can lead to inflammation in our body as we are consuming enough of omega 6 anyways throughout the day. They also re use the oil which can be detrimental to our health. So avoid fried stuff when you go out. Occasionally you can have it but make sure you eat a lot of vegetables along with that. Prefer something which is not cooked like vegetable sandwich or open face sandwich, baked paneer or potato or cauliflower. Walk at least 30 min a day as it helps in reducing cholesterol.

I have 136/84 bp. How to reduce it I exercise (weight training) 3x times a week I have some anxiety problems too.

I have 136/84 bp. How to reduce it
I exercise (weight training) 3x times a week
I have some anxiety problems too.
Hi Lybrate-user, Only exercise is not enough. You need a combination of right diet and exercise in order to tackle your problems.

How to gain weight in the right way? For people who eat enough but are not able to gain weight because of absorption or have thinner upper body and arms.

How to gain weight in the right way? For people who eat enough but are not able to gain weight because of absorption ...
Hi Lybrate-user, Due to digestion problem and your body type, it is difficult for you to gain weight. Just eating enough will not help. You need to gain muscle mass, not fat. So eating right food combinations along with the right exercises, according to your type will help you gain healthy weight (lean body mass).
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I am having pcod and hyperthyroidism and I am gaining weight and I want to reduce the issues.

Hi lybrate-user these are hormonal conditions. So tackling that will make a huge difference. Following a balanced diet with a correct combination of proteins, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats and fiber. Consuming right portions at a time and learn the art of eating right for healthy and sustainable results. Healthy fats, and fiber helps in balancing your hormones like nuts (almonds, walnuts) and seeds (pumpkin/sunflower/ watermelon seeds) and whole fruits and vegetables to incorporate enough fiber.