Frequently Asked Questions to SM Diets Expert

Which is better a Dietician or Nutritionist?


Dietician and Nutritionists both plays a important role in improving health and solving health related issues. After any medical disorders along with medicine there is need of proper guidance of a Dietitian to make a good diet plans as per the requirements according to medical conditions of patient, to improve the health status. Same for the Nutritionist, need a proper nutrients to improve the health status of patient's by adding proper nutrients in diet .




How can I loser my weight?


For weight loss you need to follow a well balanced simple home based meal pattern and exercise pattern. Need to eliminate all processed and packaged food products like biscuits, cakes, chocolates, pastries, dessert etc. Proper sleep pattern, with dinner atleast 2 hours before our sleep. And minimum 30 minutes of sunlight exposure throughout the day. With these small changes we can easily reduce your weight.




What diet do dietician reqemends?


A nutritious diet and an optimally functioning immune system can never go wrong. If you have a healthy immune system, your body can safeguard you from any disease, even the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. While as of now, there is neither any vaccine available nor proven home remedy to protect you from the COVID-19, there are some vitamins and foods which you can inculcate in your diet to have a strong immune system and in turn, fight the infectious disease. #immunityboost #immunityboosterfood




What is a good menu for a pregnant woman?


When you are pregnant, you need more of certain nutrients like protein, iron, folic acid, and iodine. It’s also important to get enough calcium. Making smart food choices can help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Follow a healthy eating pattern. Eating healthy means following a healthy eating pattern that includes a variety of nutritious foods and drinks. #prenataldiet #pregnancydiet #healthyfoodforpregnancy




Why you should really only on 100% whole FOODS and avoid PROCESSED /PACKAGED FOOD ?


All processed / packaged food is unhealthy and usually harmful no matter how it is marketed to us. This especially applies to food that people consider healthy such as digestive biscuits, cookies with added protein, instant oats, zero sugar jams, Atta noodles, sugar free sweeteners, zero calorie soft drinks etc. Processed foods have a large number of chemicals which you would never find in natural food. Natural food refers to whole grains, fruits, root vegetables, leafy vegetables, lentils (dal), Chana, unprocessed non veg food, milk etc that has been eaten by our ancestors since thousands of years. Chemicals in processed foods serve the purpose of sometimes replacing sugar / acting as a sweetener (marketed as healthier than sugar which is false), preserving the shelf life of food, getting a food item to a certain consistency and stability (due to it being an unnatural food in the first place we have to put chemicals to stabilize it), enhancing flavors and colors etc. Many of these chemicals are known to be harmful especially in the long run. The next time you look at your ex-favorite (you’re going to give up eating such food after reading this post!) boxed / packaged treats look out for these additives in the ingredient list. Artificial Sweeteners / Fat substitutes Artificial sweeteners include acesulfame potassium, aspartame, saccharin, sugar alcohols, high fructose corn syrup, sucralose etc. These are now found in almost all processed foods especially those labelled labelled zero sugar or low calorie which are marketed as healthy. However, artificial sweeteners such as Aspartame, saccharin and sucralose are linked to glucose intolerance which is the precursor to diabetes. Further, consumption of artificially sweetened soft drinks by pregnant women is linked to premature delivery and incidence of asthma in the child. #healthyfood #avoidprocessedfoods #avoidpackagedfood #healthyfood #avoidprocessedfoods #avoidpackagedfood




How to take proper sleep?


Try to go to sleep and get up at the same time every day. ... Avoid sleeping in—even on weekends. ... Be smart about napping. ... Fight after-dinner drowsiness. ... Expose yourself to bright sunlight in the morning. ... Spend more time outside during daylight. #propersleep#sleephealth





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