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      Tarana Sanjay Dang
      2 years exp | PG Diploma in Dietetics & Food Service
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      Sports Nutrition, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Cardiac
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      Next available at 09:00 AM
      Maitreyee De Sarkar
      8 years exp | M.Sc Dietetics and Nutrition Management
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      Sports Nutrition, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Gagana Kumari K
      1 year exp | M.Sc in dietetics and nutrition
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      Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Gastrointestinal, Harmonal Imbalance
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Saroopa Siva
      9 years exp | Master's in Nutrition & Dietetics
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      Sports Nutrition, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Farhana Khan
      15 years exp | M.Sc Dietetics and Food Service Management
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      Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal, Oncology
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      Next available at 09:00 AM
      Saraswathi Kasivinayagam
      11 years exp | M.Sc Dietary Food Service Management, PGCPDN (Paediatric Nutrition), CNCC (Child Care Nutrition)
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      Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Harmonal Imbalance, Pediatric
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      Next available at 11:00 AM
      Ramya R
      4 years exp | M.Sc Food and Nutrition
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      Renal, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Oncology, Gastrointestinal
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      Next available at 12:00 PM
      Mamatha Chakravarty
      15 years exp | M.Sc Extension education and Communication
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      Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Harmonal Imbalance, Cardiac
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      Payal Johry
      5 years exp | M.Sc Food Science & Nutrition
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      Food intolerance/Allergy, Sports Nutrition, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders
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      Next available at 12:00 PM
      Nikita Mitra
      5 years exp | M.Sc Applied Nutrition
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      Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal, Pediatric
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      Next available at 08:30 AM
      Anamika Sethi
      23 years exp | Diploma Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition
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      Food intolerance/Allergy, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Cardiac
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      Sarabjot Kaur
      8 years exp | M.Sc (DFSM) & B.Sc Life Science
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      Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Harmonal Imbalance, Cardiac
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      Linta Antony
      8 years exp | M.Sc Dietetics and Food Service Management
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      Sports Nutrition, Renal, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Cardiac
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      Meenal Kataria
      10 years exp | P.G.Diploma Dietetics and Hospital Food Services
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      Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal, Pediatric, Cardiac
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      Mahoua Shee
      4 years exp | M.Sc Food and Nutrition
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      Renal, Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Pediatric
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      Cherisha Doshi
      8 years exp | M.Sc Sports Nutrition
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      Sports Nutrition, Harmonal Imbalance, Cardiac
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      Yogita Agarwal
      13 years exp | P.G.Diploma Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
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      Renal, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal, Cardiac
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      Ratika Vinchurkar
      8 years exp | M.Sc Food & Nutrition
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      Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Gastrointestinal
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Aditi Vasanjee
      2 years exp | M.Sc Food Science and Nutrition Management
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      Women Health, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal, Cardiac
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Pritam Chakraborty
      4 years exp | M.Sc Dietetics
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      Sports Nutrition, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Harmonal Imbalance, Cardiac
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Namrata Sharma
      8 years exp | P.G.Diploma Sports Science and Nutrition
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      Sports Nutrition, Women Health, Oncology, Harmonal Imbalance
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      Shradha Sodhani Agarwala
      14 years exp | Ph.D Nutrition Sciences, Texas(USA)
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      Sports Nutrition, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Harmonal Imbalance
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Soundharya Ravi
      3 years exp | Msc in food And Nutrition
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Preeti Hanish Tejwani
      6 years exp | M.Sc Nutrition and Dietetics
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      Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Pediatric, Cardiac
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      Next available at 10:00 AM
      Vineetha Harish Kotian
      4 years exp | M.Sc in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition
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      Renal, Lifestyle / Metabolic Disorders, Women Health, Gastrointestinal
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      Who is a nutritionist?

      A nutritionist is a person specialised in the knowledge of food and nutrition and their impact on our health. A nutritionist, also known as a dietician, health coach, wellness coach, etc. has formal training, certification, and license to advise people on the management of their dietary strategies. While there are several types of nutritionists, the main types are: Pediatric nutritionist: They specialise in the nutritional health of infants, children, and adolescents. Sports nutritionist: They focus on enhancing the athletic performance of sports professionals through nutrition. Gerontological nutritionist: They focus on improving the health and quality of life of older adults.

      What does a nutritionist do?

      A nutritionist plays a very important role in shaping people’s health and wellbeing through food-related nutrition. Their role is much broader than just helping people lose weight. Here is what a nutritionist does: They play a pivotal role in inspiring a mindset change towards fitness and health in their clients. They inspire people to make lifestyle changes in terms of the food and nutrition that they take to impact not only their weight but also their overall wellness and quality of life. Nutritionists are trained to listen non-judgmentally and get to the root of the dietary issue that you may be facing. They are adept at spotting deficiencies and underlying medical conditions that you may be suffering from, that we may not recognise ourselves, and guide us to the relevant specialist. They educate their clients about the composition of food and its nutritional breakup and how to use this knowledge to achieve their goals of improved health and wellness and appropriate weight. A nutritionist teaches her/his clients about reading calorie labels, pros and cons of each diet, and creates a meal plan that contains foods as per their individual and specific needs and lifestyle. These diet and nutrition plans are created after performing body composition tests and evaluating their client’s eating habits. This is a specialised task that is dependent on several factors like their client’s food preferences, activity levels, religion, family obligations, and work lifestyle, etc. which only the best nutritionist can do.

      When should I consult a nutritionist?

      There are several reasons that make it important for us to have professional guidance when it comes to our food and nutrition. These include: When you are conscious about your health and want to make good health a part of your lifestyle. When you are curious about what you are eating and how it impacts your body. When all the nutritional information overwhelms you and you want to make the right food choices. When you are suffering from symptoms of food allergies, intolerance, or sensitivity like diarrhea, rashes, shortness of breath, etc. but are not sure which food is causing it. When you suffer from constant digestive issues but don’t know what is causing them. You are a sports person or do high-endurance exercises and want to match the level of your nutrition to your energy needs. You may also be requiring supplements to improve your activity and performance. When you are uncertain if your nutrition is optimal or not in relation to your activity levels. You are not able to lose or gain weight despite making efforts. You have appetite issues i.e. either you are always hungry or never hungry. You have been diagnosed with a chronic disease like high blood pressure, cancer, heart disease, etc., and have been prescribed a special diet. When you have stress issues or suffer from anxiety and try to resolve those through eating. You often feel sick or fatigued. You have been diagnosed with hormonal issues. When you are pregnant and have special dietary needs. When you are predisposed to certain health conditions like thyroid, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. due to your age, genetics, or family history.

      What are the benefits of consulting a nutritionist?

      The food system is complex and needs an in-depth understanding to enhance our health and wellness. There are several factors that affect our ability to digest and process food and its nutrition. These include external factors like: Composition of the food i.e. its makeup and components. Freshness of the food. Calorie component of the food. Chemical content of the food. Besides, several individual factors also affect our ability to process food like: Age Weight Lifestyle Activity levels Work schedule Any disorders or diseases that we may be suffering from. Besides all these factors, what we eat and the nutrition of it affects our health directly. Eating foods in excessive quantities or combinations leads to ill health and diseases. Here are some ways in which nutrition affects our health: Almost 30-40 percent of cancers are linked to improper nutrition. Lack of proteins in the diet or eating the wrong kinds of proteins leads to poor immunity, muscle wasting, liver problems, etc. Salty foods increase the levels of sodium in the body that leads to high blood pressure. This excess salt needs to be flushed out from the body. One of the best ways to lose weight is to include fibre in your diet. But a high fibre diet that is low in fats and meat may increase the risk of some cancer types. Every kind of vitamin has a specific role to play and must be eaten in proper quantities. Sugars and carbohydrates have a direct impact on your blood sugar and cause weight gain and overeating. It is important to choose the right kinds of fats to gain their health benefits. It is difficult for laypeople to understand the complexities of nutrition and how to use it to our advantage. This is where a trained nutritionist comes in. She/he is trained in reading your physiology and dietary needs in relation to your activity levels and food preferences. Here are some benefits of finding a nutrition specialist near me and consulting her/him today: When you consult a nutritionist, you get a qualified perspective on whether your eating habits and lifestyle complement each other. You may be thinking that you are eating all the food groups, but their ratios may be wrong which may be causing nutritional deficiencies. A nutritionist is the best person to advise you about an alternative diet when you are sick of your diet plan or when you are travelling. So instead of binging on junk, you know of better and healthier alternatives. When you consult a nutritionist, you get someone to work with rather than working alone. She/he acts as a motivator and mentor when you tend to slack or if the diet plan becomes overwhelming. Meeting her/him at regular intervals and updating about your progress keeps you on your toes. The hundreds of new fads and diets that are always being created may tempt you. However, the nutritionist near me that you consult will advise you on which diet will work depending on your body type, preferences, and lifestyle. Since food is quite an emotional issue and we tend to overeat when we are sad, angry, or happy, it is extremely important to balance our emotions to avoid binge eating and gaining weight in the process. A nutritionist acts as a sounding board for your troubles and stress that helps in managing your emotions creatively and in a balanced way without resorting to overeating. The best nutritionist will help you with a personalised nutrition plan that will be made keeping in mind your age, gender, medical conditions, weight, lifestyle, religion, food preferences, activity levels, etc. Since you are given a specific nutrition plan that is tailor-made for you, you tend to react better to it and achieve your weight and health goals better and more holistically. The best nutritionist will train you to make informed food choices by training you to read food labels and understanding things like serving sizes, calories, ingredients, allergens, and much more. Your nutritionist will help in telling you the advantages and disadvantages of food that’s fresh, processed, cooked, marketed, grown, etc. It helps you in making informed choices while eating out or travelling. Every medical condition requires a customised eating plan and nutrition levels. Eating food as per your specific needs helps you in recovering from them faster. Your nutritionist can also work with your doctor to check for your reaction to different foods and the treatment that you are being given. This helps in taking timely corrective action. When you meet your weight and health goals, you feel confident, look better and live a more wholesome and stress-free life.

      How to consult a nutritionist online?

      With advancements in technology, not only is online doctor consultation easy, but it is also possible to get an online nutritionist consultation. Several telemedicine platforms have made your searches for ‘nutrition doctor near me’, ‘nutrition specialist near me’, and ‘nutritionist near me’ easier. You can now use video conferencing, video calling, Whatsapp, Skype, phone calls, etc. to get nutritional advice in the comfort of your home. Before we talk about how to consult a nutrition doctor near me, here are some benefits of an online nutritionist consultation: Online nutritionist consultation offers privacy for people who want to consult in private. This reduces anxiety and increases your comfort level and acceptance of your body instead of getting stressed and ashamed about it that may arise out of a face-to-face meeting at the clinic of nutritionist near me. Online nutritionist consultation is more cost-effective as compared to face-to-face meetings. You save on the cost of travel and parking that you would have incurred for visiting a clinic or hospital for meeting a nutritionist near me. Since online nutritionist consultation happens from the comfort of your house, you avoid visiting crowded clinics and other places that are hotbeds for infections and injuries for your appointment with a nutritionist near me. This is especially true for people with compromised immunity and those prone to injuries due to their age or medical reasons. Online nutritionists are accessible for people who live in remote locations and have no access to nutrition doctor near me. When you consult nutritionist online, you don’t have to compromise on your work i.e. you don’t have to cancel your work meetings to make time for the physical appointment of the nutritionist near me. Online nutritionists work flexible hours to match your schedule. When you consult nutritionist online, your entire focus remains on your discussion rather than the hassles of travelling, parking, weather, etc. For online nutritionist appointments, you don’t have to carry bulky files of your medical reports and history every time you see her/him. These can be shared and saved online in advance. When consulting online, you don’t have to depend on the available nutritionist near me. You can gain from the experience of multiple nutritionists from the comfort of your home. Since you see and talk to your nutritionist through a video call, you feel her/his personal involvement. Here is how online nutritionist consultation works: Once you have identified your areas of concern, search for the relevant professional. Once you have identified the best nutritionist, book the appointment as per your schedule and make the payment. You will receive a confirmation for the payment and your slot. Choose the medium of communication i.e. Zoom, Skype, video call, etc. You will receive a pre-consultation questionnaire, consent form, etc. for the nutritionist to understand you and your requirements. On the call, she/he will discuss your history, needs, etc., and create a detailed goal-oriented plan.

      Does nutritionist consultation help?

      Nutrition consultation has far more benefits than we can think of. These include: A healthy lifestyle diet plan is critical. Working with a nutritionist inspires you to think of your weight and health as commitments for life rather than just short-term goals. You learn about nutrition and its application in your daily life to make better choices. The best nutritionist concentrates on the management of your chronic conditions along with your weight for your holistic wellness. You learn how to cut the clutter off your diet by learning how to make informed choices. When you weight is under control, you feel less stressed, feel better, and have more energy. This helps in improving your productivity and creativity and leads to better relationships too.

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