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  • Top 5 foods to prevent hair loss

    In Expert Diet Tips On 13 December 2014

    Who does not wish for long, strong, healthy, shiny and gorgeous hair? It is every woman’s dream to have thick and bouncy hair whereas men dream of luscious and healthy hair without the half moon on their head. Thick lush hair symbolizes your body’s well being. But in the whole rigmarole of having good hair and using all sorts of treatments, shampoos, fancy oils, exotic serums etc we forget the simplest ingredient for great hair, that is good food and ultimately end up losing the remaining hair we have. Just as every cell of your body needs nutrients to perform well, every cell of your tresses also needs the same. What you actually decided the health of your hair. Let us see top 5 foods to prevent hair loss and help hair growth. 1. Fish:  Apart from being rich in protein and vitamin D, fish contains the much needed omega 3 fatty acids by every cell of your hair which your body cannot produce and you need to get it from the diet. It is important for scalp health and a part of the natural oils preventing your hair from getting dull, lifeless and drying out. If you are a vegetarian or cannot get your hands on fish, try having some flaxseeds everyday to get your dose of omega 3.   2. Eggs:  We often hear people telling us to consume enough protein, mainly for cells wear and tear. Just like your muscles, your hair is also made up of protein. So it makes sense to eat enough protein through sources like chicken, fish, beans etc for improving hair growth and quality. But eggs top the list as they contain zinc, selenium which helps strengthening hair follicle and iron which helps to provide oxygen to the hair cells. Most importantly it contains biotin which is extremely important for hair growth.   3. Nuts and seeds:  like almonds, walnuts, flaxseeds, sunflower seeds etc are great sources of vitamin E and much needed omega 3 fatty acids. Vitamin E Is a great antioxidant and protects hair from harmful sun rays acting as a natural sunscreen for your hair. Being rich in zinc they also act as hair loss preventer. Walnuts also contain copper, a mineral that helps keep your natural hair color rich and lustrous.   4. Pulses and lentils: These are rich in folic acid apart from being rich in protein which helps in RBC formation and supplying oxygen and nutrients to your scalp and tresses. It also iron and biotin which add to your hair health. If you wish for great hair, do not miss out on your pulses and lentils.   5. Green leafy vegetables:  These are a great source of iron, vitamin C-helps to absorb iron and vitamin A-helps to produce sebum by your hair follicles, natural hair conditioner. They help to prevent breakage and brittleness of hair helping you towards your goal of health hair.   Tips: Drink plenty of water to retain hair moisture and keep them shiny. Water is the main ingredient to good hair. Avoid drastic weight loss measures which only make your hair weak and cause more hair fall. Exercise everyday for 45 minutes to improve blood circulation and release happy hormones which show the happiness in your hair. Avoid artificial chemicals and heat treatments on your hair to save them from trauma.

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  • Your nutrition questions answered!

    In Expert Diet Tips On 13 December 2014

    Internet is full of information. Ever wondered if it’s a boon or a bane? It can be a problem many times because of untrue facts and random tips on important topics. This is true even in the case of fitness. That is why dumbelled.com is here to provide expert answers to all your queries.   Here, Neha Chandna, Nutritionist of celebrities like Kunal Khemu and Nakuul Mehta clears your doubts on diet and nutrition.    1. People confuse  Nutrition planning with Starving! What according to you is the difference? What’s the importance of a nutritionist?   Nutrition planning means planning your meals throughout the day as per your likes, dislikes, requirements etc. It does not mean starving, in fact it means eating small meals every 2-3 hours to increase your metabolism and avoid fat storage. There are many diets available online, but only a nutritionist can determine your requirements and help you to meet your needs accurately. 2. Please tell us the components of balanced diet and how many grams of each should be consumed each day?   A balanced diet includes cereals, pulses, fruits, veggies, milk and milk products etc unlike any fad diet available online which asks you to eat only fruits or juices or any other drastic unmanageable food which you dislike or which can harm your body in excess. Each person has a unique need of nutrients. You need to in general include 60% of carbs, 18% protein and 22% fat in your daily diet plan. Eg if you are consuming a 1200 kcal diet then, 60% of 1200/4= 180 gms of carbs, 18% of 1200/4= 54 gms of protein, 22% of 1200/9= 29 gms of fats. 3. Is BMI a fair measure and are BMI calculators accurate?   BMI calculators are accurate, but BMI is not an exact measure of your weight.   It doesn’t take into account muscle and bone mass, so one can easily mistake themselves as fat even when they have a higher muscle mass or bone mass.   4. Is it better to get vitamins and minerals from food or from supplements?   Nothing can replace food, but lets face the fact that these days neither the food is pure nor our digestion power is perfect to absorb all the nutrients. High levels of stress, pollution, fat and a hectic life affects our absorption greatly. Hence even after taking in appropriate food, we need supplements to meet our needs.   5. How do one get protein on a vegan diet? A vegan can get protein from soyamilk, dals, pulses, quinoa, oats etc. You can also supplement your diet with whey protein without lactose.

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  • Lose the mummy tummy

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    us through a lot of physical changes and a roller coaster of emotions. The new joys of mind ‘how do I get back my pre-pregnancy body?’ Losing weight is the ultimate goal for any new mother. But as this period is of crucial harmful. Be realistic about your weight loss goals. You haven’t put on all those kilos in a day, so Reducing you caloric intake drastically can just leave you exhausted affecting your milk supply. extra fat as it helps you to lose good amount of calories and also strengthens your gift you can ever give him/her.  Eat, Eat, Eat: Never starve yourself when lactating as this can reduce your milk production and leave next meals gaining more weight instead of losing it. Starving also reduces muscle mass Eating 5-6 six meals with small snacks rather than 3 large meals helps you lose weight Small meals help to up your metabolism baby need to kick start your day and keep you energetic enough to do all the running Proteins are extremely important for the wear and tear and recovery from the delivery products like slim milk, curds and paneer to stock on proteins without the unwanted fat. oils like ricebran and sunflower/ safflower mixed oils. Avoid saturated fats like butter, contain trans fat which can increase your cholesterol levels. Omega 3 fatty acids your overall health as well. Consuming fish 2-3 times/week or 2-3 tbsp of powdered Omit processed, sugary and salty foods, artificial sweeteners and any other food with through your milk. jowat, ragi, bajra etc, fruits and raw vegetables to prevent constipation and give you Galatogauges like methi seeds, fennel (saunf), alfalfa seeds etc help in increasing milk Early days of motherhood can be quite taxing causing lot of water loss due to can opt for lemonade, buttermilk, jaljeera, green tea etc. Avoid tea, coffee, alcohol as pounds. Six weeks after normal delivery and 8 weeks after C-section is when you can for 10-20minutes/day and slowly increase your exercise time to 30-45 minutes/day. An up the baby takes away all her time. That is when she has to take extra efforts to take care of and planning your day in the morning so that you don’t miss out on the important things for only healthy mothers can raise healthy children.

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  • Beat the plateau!!

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    ‘I am doing everything possible by not even losing a gram or inch.’ Surely you must have heard this statement umpteen number of times because weight loss is the most common topic of interest these days be it among the young or old. But more common than that is reaching the plateau during your weight loss process. People try all sorts of fads and follow every possible myth to get there but least they realize is that following the right thing is the easiest way to reach their target. It does not require working out in the gym for three hours or starving yourself to death. All it takes is the correct method of workout and a proper individually designed diet plan to get your dream body. Let us see some top reasons for plateau and how to deal with them. 1. No weight training: many people do not do weight training thinking that it is only meant for people who want a muscular body. This is the biggest myth. Weight training is the only sure shot way to increase your muscle mass. Muscle is that tissue in the body which controls your metabolism. More muscle means higher resting metabolic rate and faster fat burning even when you are not exercising. Weight lifting atleast 3 days a week is a must to jump start your metabolism. With very light weights do not expect too much weight loss; medium to heavy weights is what will do the magic. 2. Consistent cardio: This stops having an effect on weight loss after a point. Instead of steady state cardio which means staying at the same setting for most part of your workout be it treadmill, elliptical, jogging etc, you can opt for high intensity interval training which means challenging your heart to pump harder and then bringing it back to normal. For example walking on the treadmill at the speed of 6 for 3 mins and running at the speed of 9 for 1 minute. Doing this for 30 minutes can give you a great deal of workout thereby increasing your metabolism. 3. Repetition in workout: doing the same thing over and over again slows down weight loss as the body gets used to it and becomes so efficient in doing it, that it uses very little calories for the exercise routine. Bring about variation in your exercise pattern every few days to confuse the muscles which require more energy while working out. Example you can switch between weight lifting, cardio, circuit training, dancing etc to keep your body guessing what is coming up next.  4. Skipping breakfast and other meals: breakfast really important as without it, research says you land up with severe hunger pangs forcing you to eat more than you require during the later half of the day adding on the calories and lack of morning nourishment can slow you down causing fewer calories burned, halting the weight loss process. Skipping other meals during the day with the thought that it may help pull down weight is again a myth as skipping meals causes muscle breakdown, slows your metabolism and puts you in a starvation mode, where your body holds on to calories and stores it as fat for lean times. Try to eat 5-6 small meals throughout the day to prevent crash in metabolism. 5. Lack of protein in the diet: people turning primarily vegetarian causes a lack of protein the diet. Protein being the building block for the muscles, it is necessary to provide atleast 1-1.2gm protein/day to help in the wear and tear of the muscles thereby helping them grow and increase metabolism. Protein post workout is extremely important as there is window period of 30 minutes where your muscles are hungry and take up the protein for their repair. Bedtime protein in the form of slim milk, protein shake etc also helps to repair the muscles overnight while your asleep. 6. Not enough calories: you might be working out rigorously but following a very low calorie diet plan, it is not sufficient to fuel your workout, causing a drop in the metabolism as compensation. Just up your calories and see how your metabolism fires back helping you lose weight. 7. Lack of sleep: not many people are aware than sleeping well plays an imperative role in helping you shape your body the way you want to. Sleeping for 7-8 hours in complete darkness releases growth hormone which is a natural fat burner. Lack of sleep slows you down and your metabolism affecting weight loss process. Now if you have figured out where you are going wrong, just rectify it and see the magic of weight loss unfolding itself.

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  • Party the healthy way!!

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    We all love attending parties. Don’t we? With summer vacations on we need even more reason to meet our friends and loved ones, relax, enjoy and have a good laugh. Throwing a house party is the easiest way to have a good time with the people you love. But what happens to your health when you overdo on these party outings. The fat laden food, creamy dishes, mouth watering fried starters, sugary desserts etc negate all the efforts you put during the day to maintain your slim and trim figure and you can’t do much to change that. But you can be the one to bring in the change.  You be the trend setter. How? When you are the host, be a good one. Plan a healthy theme party. Make sure you choose healthy food options. People think that healthy food is boring and cannot be delicious. You can change their mind set by actually preparing some yummy delicacies. You never know they might be so impressed that they actually follow your footsteps. So here are some options for a 5 course meal menu: Soups/drinks: watermelon sorbet , sharbat-e-sehat, tomangee, red chilli rasam, velvet chicken soup, tomato soup, mushroom soup, chicken herb soup, litchi lassi, oats soup, potato spinach salad, peas soup, grape apple juice, fresh smoothie, mango lassi, pineapple slush, avocado gazpacho soup, ginger chicken soup, minty buttermilk. Salads: barley salad, stir fry veggies, chana bhel, quinoa salad, stuffed egg salad, paneer corn pepper stir fry, summer tomato fun, gado gado salad, red radish spread, paneer pepper salad, cucumber salad, marinated carrots, broccoli mushroom stir fry, tofu salad, corn chatpata, sprouts bhel. Starters: paneer in pita pockets, healthy chicken burger, lemon chicken, fish with citrus marinade, kerela steamed fish, stuffed tomatoes, paneer hara matar, chicken veggies aflatoon, masala idli, open face sesame toast, black pepper fish, sitr fry envelope, soya tikkis, stuffed mushrooms, yoghurt dip, roasted fish. Main course: chicken stew, cinnamon brown rice, stir fried brown rice, low cal chole, murgi komla, oats thepla, egg in palak, dalia pulao, dry chicken curry, bajra paratha, paneer babaycorn masala, brown rice chicken pulao, ragi roti, whole wheat pizza, whole wheat tagliatelle, whole wheat pasta in white sauce, palak paneer. Desserts: apple crumble, peanutty cake, flaxseeds peanut laddo, oats banana muffin, chickoo halwa, shrikhand, biscuit pudding, almond walnut bites, chocolate strawberry phirni. All these above dishes are low in fat, high in nutrients, filling and deliciously yummy. You plan out your menu like any 2 soups, 2 drinks, 2 salads, 3 starters, 2 main course dishes, 2 dessertsot as many number of dishes as you wish to serve. Now your guests to binge to their heart’s content without any health or figure worries. Party not only hard but SMART!!

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  • Your house is the best gym

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    Some people are fitness freaks while some run away from the word fitness. Some go to the gym daily whereas some look for excuses to avoid going to the gym. But did you know your house could be the best gym area for you. If you are wondering how, then yes it is the fact. Most of your household stuff like tables, chairs, stools, bottles etc and many other can actually help give you a good workout. This actually leaves you with very little scope to escape your daily dose of workout. The exercises are very easy which can be done in short spans like TV commercial breaks or between your cooking and cleaning sessions. So below are few exercises which can be done at home with the stuff around: Foot stools can be used to do step ups. You can 50 step ups in 1 minute and repeat it 2-3 times as per your capacity. Water bottles(1-2 litres) Can be used to do bicep and triceps curls by filling them full or half with water as per your strength. Do 20 reps and 2-3 sets of this. You can do overhead press 20 reps 2-3 sets with bottles. Carry bottle over your shoulders and do squats 20 reps and 2 sets. Carry bottles in your hand and do lunges 10 rep each leg and 2 sets. Take old pair of socks and fill them with pebbles or beans and Velcro both the ends to together and use them as ankle weights while working in the house or you can also dance, skip or spot jog with them for atleast 20 minutes. You can also do 50-100 leg raises with ankle weights on. Medium weight or Heavy books can be used to do bicep/triceps curl and crunches as well. Just lie down with knees bent and the book on your chest. Try to lift your shoulder off the ground with arms behind the head. Do 50 reps and 3 sets of this. Use a towel to stretch. Lie down on the floor with one leg raises, loop the towel around the ankle and bring the towel and led towards the chest. Hold for 10 seconds. Place couple of firm pillows on the couch and do an inclined chest press with bottles in the hand. Do atleast 20 reps and 3 sets. Sit on a low seated couch and so triceps dip 20 reps, 2 sets. Place both your hands shoulder width apart on a table or wall and do push ups 20 reps, 2 sets. For a good workout, try to choose any 6-8 workouts from above daily and then increase your sets as your strength increases. Calorie expenditure during house work: Makin bed for 30 minutes= 160cal Dusting for 30 minutes=70 cal Mopping floor for 30 minutes=120cal Cleaning windows for 30 minutes= 122cal Ironing for 30 minutes= 61cal Cooking for 30 minutes= 72cal Washing dishes for 30 minutes= 65cal Washing car for 30 minutes= 122cal Cleaning washrooms= 144cal Sorting out groceries for 30 minutes=72cal The values are for a person weighing 60 kgs. The amount of calories burned will go up if the person weighs more and will be lesser if the person weighs less.

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  • The myth of spot reduction

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    All of us have one particular body part with excess fat be it stomach, hips or the back which when we look at in the mirror, we wish could disappear by some means. Spot reduction as people think is the idea if losing fat from one particular area by working on that muscle. This is an absolute myth. Spot reduction in real does not exist. For years people have fallen in the trap of advertisements of belts, vibrators etc that claim to help you lose your tummy or buttock fat which all are truly gimmicks.  We gain weight when we consume more calories than what we expend. The excess calories are stored as fat in the cells in a specific pattern which differs for every person. That’s why we often see people exercising one body part more than the other. For example people who have a huge tummy like a spare tire, try to lose it by doing 1000 crunches. But they don’t realize that by doing so they are just strengthening their abdominal muscles and the fat remains there only comfortably. Men generally have more fat on their tummy (apple shaped body) and women accumulate that fat on their hips (pear shapes body). This clearly shows that men and women are designed genetically differently. When you start losing fat gradually, the first place you put on fat is the last place you will lose fat from because of your genetic makeup. You would lose fat faster in some areas and very slowly in others. The best way to lose fat in any problematic area you have to follow a good cardiovascular exercise routine like running, jogging, cycling, aerobics, dancing etc coupled with weight training and a balanced low fat diet is the most crucial part. This will help you lose fat overall and also in the most desired area. So don’t be a part of passive fat loss ideas. Lets your body do its job at its best.

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  • Benefits of green tea

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    These days too many brands are promoting green tea and its varieties. But these are no gimmicks as green tea has been discovered 4000 years ago and have found to have a host of health benefits like: Green tea is found to have catechins and polyphenols which are excellent antioxidants and prevent the body from free radical damage and helps to detoxify. Green tea is less processed than black tea and hence have higher amount of antioxidants. It has anti viral and anti bacterial effect and prevents plaque formation in the mouth. It helps to reduce bad cholesterol, improves good cholesterol and keeps blood pressure in check.  It prevents formation of new cancer cells and destroys the harmful ones thereby protecting the body. It controls blood sugar levels and prevents heart diseases. Retards aging process and improves skin texture and complexion. Improves digestion, prevents gas formation and helps in weight reduction. It has mild bowel stimulating effect thereby preventing constipation. It helps to get rid of headache and tiredness which is a common problem in daily life. It improves immune system and prevents the body from infection like cold, cough etc. Its best to replace your coffee with a cup to green tea as coffee can dehydrate you and have a host of unhealthy effects on your body. Instead rehydrate your cells with a cup of green tea powerpacked with antioxidants.

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  • Diet- its true meaning

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    The word ‘dieting’ has gained much importance in the past few years. Everyone around is following some or the other diet which is famous or fad because dieting is in fashion. Very few of us realise that the word “DIET” has a much deeper meaning than just weight loss. Diet means attaining and maintaining health in order to carry out your day to day activities without getting fatigue or famished. It means feeling energetic, active, focused and happy. It means eating balanced nutritious meals in small quantities and often to pump up your BMR and helping you burn you fat, and not melt it. (There is nothing called as melting fat). It’s as simple as eating the right thing at the right time in the right quantity. Most of the people pick up one of the fad diets available on the net and start believing that it is the best diet to lose weight because some of their friends/ colleagues have told them about it. But that is absolutely incorrect because there is no authenticity to it. Also these diets are very extreme like rice diet, soup diet, cabbage diet etc which are not holistic and do not help you meet your daily nutrient requirements. For example, rice is rich in carbohydrates and some B-complex vitamins but what about your protein, good fats, calcium, iron etc. Another vast sector of society thinks that starving or skipping meals will help them get trimmer. This is again wrong because when you starve your BASAL METABOLIC RATE crashes down and your body stores whatever you eat next as fat. So you initially lose water weight but when you go back to your routine diet, you are richer with greater fat stores than before. This is called the YO-YO effect (losing weight and gaining back double of it in no time). I had a male businessman client who came to me with 109 kgs, with the most unacceptable eating habits and desperate to lose weight and get healthy. In 3 months, he was down to 93 kgs with 8 inches less on his waist. All he had to say is “Neha I am very happy, but I had to spend double my money because of you”, I asked surprisingly,” why?” He said,” I had to redo my entire wardrobe again”, and I laughed with joy. Similarly, another young female client had a Polycystic ovarian syndrome at the age of 16 and weighed 78kgs because of wrong eating habits and inactive lifestyle. In 2.5 months she lost 9 kgs and had got rid of her PCOS problem completely just with the right food and moderate exercise. So friends it is really not a rocket science to maintain health and weight together. It is just slightly tweaking your lifestyle for the better. What better than eating enough and achieving your goals?

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  • Myths and facts about DIABETES

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    Most of the people consider diabetes as a minor disease and frame notions about it in their mind. But the fact is very different from all the myths that go around the place. Myth 1: diabetes is not a deadly disease Fact: Diabetes causes 6 million deaths/year and is a serious disease Myth 2: eating too much sugar causes diabetes Fact: no it does no. Eating too much sugar causes obesity, which in turn increases the risk of Diabetes Myth 3: you can get diabetes from others Fact: diabetes is more based on genetic and lifestyle factors. It is not contagious Myth 4: fruits is healthy and you can eat as much as you want Fact: yes fruit is healthy but it also contains carbohydrates which can cause spike in the sugar levels. Hence the dietician has to decide the amount and type of fruit a patient can eat. Myth 5: only overweight people get diabetes Fact: this is not always true as skinny people also develop diabetes due to stress, genetics or other lifestyle factors Myth 6: people with diabetes should not exercise Fact: this is exactly opposite. People with diabetes need to exercise regularly as it helps to lower the blood sugar levels, need for insulin and helps to maintain weight. Myth 7: nothing can prevent diabetes complications: Fact: diabetes complications can be prevented with a good exercise and diet program and regular health checkups. Myth 8: diabetics should avoid carbohydrates completely. Fact: carbohydrates are very important source of fuel to the body. Diabetics have to avoid simple carbs like sugar but can eat complex carbs like whole grains, cereals, pulses etc.

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  • Healthy Substitutes to unhealthy foods

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    With increase in health consciousness, people are now looking out for healthy food stuff everywhere. But rarely people realize that by changing a few ingredients and substituting them with healthy ones, you can actually make your food healthy and add nutritional value to it. Here are some healthy substitutes: White sugar: this has absolutely no nutritional value. It can be substituted with honey/ jaggery which contain a few vitamins and minerals. White rice: has most of its B complex vitamins damaged during processing. It can be substituted with brown rice which is rich in fiber and B complex vitamins. Buffalo milk: is rich in nutrition but has a very high fat content. It can be substitued with cow’s milk/ slim milk which is low in fat and reduces chances of heart problems. White bread: is made of maida which leads to digestion problems later. It can be substitued with multigrain bread made of whole wheat and 7 grains which is more healhy and tasty. Ghee: these days is not 1005 pure and can lead to heart problems. it can be substitued  with olive oil/ rice bran oil which are more heart friendly.

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  • Midnight binging –its side effects

    In Expert Diet Tips On 19 December 2014

    With increase in social activities, parties, get togethers, outings etc eating late at night it’s a common practice today. Many people also work till late nights, students study, youngsters overnights etc are common reasons to binge and snack at late hours. But this can be extremely damaging to one health. It ill effects are: Weight gain- as at night BMR (metabolic rate) reduces and overeating or eating at odd hours can convert food to fat. Digestion problems- our body is meant to rest at that time. By binging we tax our digestive system to do more work which ultimately leads to problems like constipation, burping, acidity, ulcers etc. Sleep issues- due to poor digestion and uneasy feeling, many people face insomnia or disturbed sleep patterns.  Skin problems- eating oily, junk and sweet foods at late nights can cause acne, pimples and poor skin texture. Lethargy- midnight snacking can cause tiredness and lethargic feeling on waking up in the morning and can reduce your concentration/focus levels at work. Hence it is best to avoid unhealthy binging. Rather opt for healthy things like fruit, milk, yoghurt, soya milk etc to feel fit and healthy.

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Dietitian Neha Chandna (Ranglani) has 8 years of experience in the field. Food and Health is the matter of interest for most of the people today and realizing the need to create awareness and spread the right information to the society, Neha decided to extensively educate herself in the field of nutrition. As a known fact that diet and exercise go hand in hand, She went a step ahead to certify herself as a REEBOK Aerobic instructor. One of the Most Famous & Online Nutritionists Dietitians in Mumbai (Khar west). Neha Chandna, a dietitian in Mumbai, is a university topper in Dietetics from S.V.T. She has worked as a nutritionist for reputed gyms and fitness trainers and as a consultant with doctors and physiotherapists. She deals with sportsmen, individuals who are obese or victims of lifestyle issues- to name a few- diabetes, thyroid, osteoporosis, PCOS etc. and active/exercising sector of society. She educates and conducts seminar/workshops for corporates like banks (HDFC & Standard Chartered Bank), BPOs and MNCs on the Right ways of eating and living. She also takes workshops on Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation. Neha Chandna also writes articles for magazines and newspapers like New Woman, Beauty and salon, Hello Mumbai, the afternoon etc. She has also done a couple of interviews for TV9 channel. She is an online consultant for a health social networking website www.ihealthu.com. Dietician Neha Chandna is one of the Best Dietician / nutritionist in Khar west , Mumbai. Neha Chandna is a Famous Nutritionist in Khar west & a famous nutritionist in Mumbai for weight loss diet chart and for other diet plan services. Popular dietcian in Mumbai. Consult her for best online Diet charts in Mumbai. 
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