"Nutrition needs to be looked at not as means of preventing specific deficiency diseases, but as a means of contributing to the overall health of the person & his/her resistance to chronic disease"

If our bodies are human machines, food is our fuel. How well we eat, affects how well our bodies work & how long we live!

The diseases are consequences of changing lifestyle we face today.

Certain Dietary modifications and simple changes in our environment can overcome health problems & help towards leading a healthy lifestyle.

Here are some Guidelines to get started:

  • Cut down on Sugar in form of Desserts, Sweet dishes, Chocolates, Jam, Honey, Ice cream, Fizzy drinks, Sherbets & Squashes, Fruit flavoured drinks, Sweetened Beverages, etc.
  • Eat less Salt (no more than 1 tsp/day/person). Avoid salty preparations like chips / savoury snack / salted nuts / sauces / packaged & preserved foods / canned foods / MSG (ajinomotto)
  • Use Oil in restricted quantities about 4 – 5 tsp/day/person or ½ kg/month/person. Use Oils like Groundnut, Canola, Mustard, Ricebran Oil for cooking. Can use pure Ghee / Virgin Coconut oil upto 2 tsp/day. Avoid Butter, Cream, Margarine & Fried foods.
  • Use cooking methods like Baking, Steaming, Roasting, Sautéing, Pressure cooking, poaching.
  • Avoid Refined & Bakery foods.
  • Avoid Tobacco in any form. Avoid Alcohol.
  • Restrict the intake of Red meat. Instead include Fish 3 times in a week.
  • Prefer whole Fruits over juices.
  • Get active: Do some Physical Activity for minimum 30 mins

P.S: Seek Medical advice before following any diet/exercise/lifestyle changes by yourself.

Talk to Registered Dietician

  • Preventive Diet
  • Detox Diet
  • Weight Management
  • Diabetes Management
  • Heart Healthy Diet
  • Hypertension/Cholesterol
  • Diet for Digestive Disorders
  • Cancer
  • Liver Disorders
  • Kidney Disorders
  • Tube Feedings
  • Bariatric Nutrition
  • Paediatric Diet
  • Metabolic Diseases
  • Diet for Infectious Diseases
  • Ketogenic Diet
  • Diet for Exercise/Fitness
  • Building up Immunity
  • Semi Elemental Diets
  • Inborn Errors of Metabolism