Dt. Vaishali Bharara

Clinical Dietician in Jalandhar , jalandhar, India


About Me

Hi, I am DieticianVaishali Bharara, your Nutrionist / Clinical Dietician. I beleive food is the essence of life and we are what we eat. We have two options in life, either we eat our food as medicine or we have to eat our medicines as food.

I am a qualified Clinical Dietician with diverse experience in Nutrition research and diet counsellings. I aim to spread awareness, promote a healthy lifestyle and help people to stay fit in their hectic and busy schedule. My approach is to not only give a healthy body weight but a healthy lifestyle which has a preventive approach towards lifestyle related disease such as cardiac diseases, diabeties, liver diseases, renal diseases, gastrointestinal diseases and many more. 

As a Clinical Dietician I have handled various cases ranging from weight management, acidity, constipation to severe clinical conditions like renal transplant, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), CABG, pancreatitis, Sub Acute Intestinal Obstruction (SAIO) etc.

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    Emotional Eating and Weight Management

    By: Vaishali Bharara

    Imagine you've had a fight with your best friend. It's a stupid fight, something you'll both get over. But right now you're upset. When you walk in the door, your mom asks what's wrong. How are you most likely to respond? Tell your mom what happened and have a long, comforting talk about it. or Tell your mom, "Everything's fine" and head to the freezer for the ice cream. But can that pint of Rocky Road really help you feel better %u2014 or just make you feel sickeningly full? What Is Emotional Eating? Emotional eating is when people use food as a way to deal with feelings instead of to satisfy hunger. We've all been there, finishing a whole bag of chips out of boredom or downing cookie after cookie while cramming for a big test. But when done a lot %u2014 especially without realizing it %u2014 emotional eating can affect weight, health, and overall well-being. Not many of us make the connection between eating and our feelings. But understanding what drives emotional eating can help people take steps to change it. One of the biggest myths about emotional eating is that it's prompted by negative feelings. Yes, people often turn to food when they're stressed out, lonely, sad, anxious, or bored. But emotional eating can be linked to positive feelings too, like the romance of sharing dessert on Valentine's Day or the celebration of a holiday feast. Sometimes emotional eating is tied to major life events, like a death or a divorce. More often, though, it's the countless little daily stresses that cause someone to seek comfort or distraction in food. Emotional eating patterns can be learned: A child who is given candy after a big achievement may grow up using candy as a reward for a job well done. A kid who is given cookies as a way to stop crying may learn to link cookies with comfort. "Comfort" Foods We all have our own comfort foods. Interestingly, they may vary according to moods and gender. One study found that happy people seem to want to eat things like pizza, while sad people prefer ice cream and cookies. Bored people crave salty, crunchy things, like chips. Researchers also found that guys seem to prefer hot comfort meals. Girls go for chocolate and ice cream. This brings up a curious question: Does no one take comfort in carrots and celery sticks? Researchers are looking into that, too. What they're finding is that high-fat foods, like ice cream, may activate certain chemicals in the body that create a sense of contentment and fulfillment. This almost addictive quality may actually make you reach for these foods again when feeling upset. Physical Hunger vs. Emotional Hunger We're all emotional eaters to some extent. But for some people, emotional eating can be a real problem, causing serious weight gain or cycles of binging and purging. The trouble with emotional eating (aside from the health issues) is that once the pleasure of eating is gone, the feelings that cause it remain. And you often may feel worse about eating the amount or type of food you did. That's why it helps to know the differences between physical hunger and emotional hunger. Next time you reach for a snack, check in and see which type of hunger is driving it. Questions to Ask Yourself You can also ask yourself these questions about your eating: Have I been eating larger portions than usual? Do I eat at unusual times? Do I feel a loss of control around food? Am I anxious over something, like school, a social situation, or an event where my abilities might be tested? Has there been a big event in my life that I'm having trouble dealing with? Am I overweight, or has there recently been a big jump in my weight? Do other people in my family use food to soothe their feelings too? If you answered yes to many of these questions, then it's possible that eating has become a coping mechanism instead of a way to fuel your body. Breaking the Cycle Managing emotional eating means finding other ways to deal with the situations and feelings that make someone turn to food. Tips to Try These three techniques can help: 1. Explore why you're eating and find a replacement activity. For example: If you're bored or lonely, call or text a friend or family member. If you're stressed out, try a yoga routine. Or listen to some feel-good tunes and let off some steam by jogging in place, doing jumping jacks, or dancing around your room until the urge to eat passes. If you're tired, rethink your bedtime routine. Tiredness can feel a lot like hunger, and food won't help if sleepless nights are causing daytime fatigue. 2. Write down the emotions that trigger your eating. One of the best ways to keep track is with a mood and food journal. Write down what you ate, how much, and how you felt as you ate (e.g., bored, happy, worried, sad, mad) and whether you were really hungry or just eating for comfort. Through journaling, you'll start to see patterns emerging between what you feel and what you eat. You'll be able to use this information to make better choices. 3. Pause and "take 5" before you reach for food.Too often, we rush through the day without really checking in with ourselves. We're so stressed, overscheduled, and plugged-in that we lose out on time to reflect. Instead of eating when you get in the door, take a few minutes to transition from one part of your day to another. Go over the things that happened that day. Acknowledge how they made you feel: Happy? Grateful? Excited? Angry? Worried? Jealous? Left out? Getting Help Even when we understand what's going on, many of us still need help breaking the cycle of emotional eating. It's not easy %u2014 especially when emotional eating has already led to weight and self-esteem issues.  Take advantage of expert help. Counselors and therapists can help you deal with your feelings. Nutritionists can help you identify your eating patterns and get you on track with a better diet. Fitness experts can get your body's feel-good chemicals firing through exercise instead of food. If you're worried about your eating, talk to your nutritionist. He or she can make sure you reach your weight-loss goals safely and can put you on a path to a new, healthier relationship with food.

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    How to stay healthy at Office

    By: Vaishali Bharara

    It is a misconception that just because one has to work all day for long hours in an office, one cannot stay healthy. If you are one of the professionals who sit down all day, there are ways to maintain good health at work. If you follow these 7 simple healthy habits stated below, you will see a sudden change in your lifestyle and feel more confident about your health. Never miss your breakfast: A major tip of how to maintain good health at work is by eating in the morning before you start work. Breakfast is an important source of energy for the hectic first half of your everyday office life. The first half of the day is always crucial in a professional%u2019s life. With important decisions to take while you plan the day, the mind and body must be at a super alert mode. For innovation reasons, a sound body is key. If you do not have your breakfast and start the day without it, you will miss out on an important source of energy for the day. You may then start your day feeling sluggish, tired and uninspired. Missing out on breakfast may also lead to the consumption of junk foods later in the day and this contributes to negative health.           2. Cut out those extra cups of coffee at work: Is coffee your life support in the office? It may give               you the boost that you need during working hours, but then, it may disrupt your sleep at night.                     Losing sleep is one of the prime reasons for bad health. If you want to have a healthy lifestyle and             maintain good health at work, cut down on your cups of coffee while at work and try to drink some             fruit juice or water instead.          3. Go for a fruit salad than a bar of chocolate: It is good that your office has a table or fridge full of             free chocolates, sugary treats and celebration cakes, but that does not mean you should pop one               every hour or two. They are the sneaky little delicious villains who will stop you in your step                         towards a healthy lifestyle while you work. Stop ingesting loads of sugar and get a piece of fruit or               a bowl of salad instead. They are healthier and more filling too.          4. Drink water at regular intervals: You thought you can%u2019t get dehydrated because you are sitting at             your desk all day? You are wrong. Dehydration can happen without you even knowing. So drink a               lot of water at regular intervals. Dehydration will make you feel tired and sleepy, affecting both your            work and health.         5, Bring your own lunch: Try to always bring your own lunch from home. You never know how the                food is prepared at the cafeteria at work and having fast food instead is never healthy. They usually            have a lot of calories and the portions are larger, which has the potential to make you gain weight.         6. Simple office yoga: Exercise is a healthy activity but it is not possible to do normal exercises in                the office. So health and fitness experts have come up with some unique activities that are perfect              for the office and they don%u2019t require you to get up from your seat. They are simple exercises like                  stretching your arms above your head and moving sideways. Move your neck from one side to the              other side, then up and down. This will help you if you have stiff neck muscles.        7. Do not sit for long intervals: Always take a break when you feel you have been sitting for too long.          This is an important element of how to maintain good health at work. Do you have a small task                    which you can communicate verbally and face to face to your colleagues instead of mailing the                  information? Then you can go directly to your colleagues%u2019 desks and let them know. This will help                you to get some walking exercise especially if you need to go up the stairs a few times.        So, stay healthy at work!

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