Dt. Apoorva Saini

Nutritionist in ShalimarBagh, Delhi, New Delhi, India

http://dtapoorvasaini.zest.md

About Me

Dietician Apoorva Saini is a nutritionist based in Shalimarbagh Nearby Jahangirpuri metro, Delhi, India. Nutritionist Apoorva Saini is a weight loss diets expert in Delhi. She is helping people to reach to their health related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle. Dietitian Apoorva Saini provides weight loss diet consultations online. Online diet consultation, customised online diet plans, personalised Diet chart are provided for services like fast and healthy weight loss, healthy weight gain, control and manage diabetes , healthy online diabetic diet, weight loss for kids, diet for pregnant women, post pregnancy weight loss, fertility diet, Renal diet, Hepatic diet, Thyroid diet, healthy heart and other disease management.

Dietitian Apoorva Saini have the passion to help you achieve weight loss and health goals, with 3 years of experience including Fortis Hospital, Maxl Hospital, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Dr Shikha Sharma in Delhi, India. "Being a Dietician, I love and promote optimal nutrition i.e. balanced diet". Online diet plans/charts are available and online diet consultation is provided.

"It has always been my dream to create and promote good health and fitness through good food. My aim is to guide, educate and motivate my patients about how healthy eating can contribute in bringing health, wealth and happiness together in their lifestyle.

In this fast-paced, high-stress society, where everything going online, why not the diet? My e clinic; Santoshi Arogyam by Dt. Apoorva Saini " helps you attain optimal health by online diet plans and motivating diet counselling sessions. Looking after your health today gives you a better health for tommorow!  She is one of the best Dietitians in Delhi.

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You can view our testimonial, weight loss success stories and experience of our clients who have successfully reduced weight through healthy weight loss diet charts. One of the leading weight loss consultant in Delhi.

Nutritionist Apoorva's Saini major area for diet counseling is therapeutic diets, weight gain, weight loss, diabetes,hepatic diet, pre and post natal program, renal diet,diet for glowing skin, diet for pcos, heart related problems specially pertaining to cholesterol. With a right diet a 100 % reversal can be brought down where the blood sugar level can be completely controlled for a better and disease free life.

Diet Consultant Apoorva's Saini diets aims at overall nutritional correction with comprehensive individual assessment, with long term results and benefits. Lets make life better by bringing in a total lifestyle change.

Email & phone consultation is also provided. If you're looking to consult best dietitian in Shalimarbagh, Delhi, then do register on this eClinic.

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    FACTS OF FIBER

    By: Apoorva Saini

      You all have heard all about how important fiber is. I am telling you to get it into your diet through your food as much as possible; that you need it for your digestive system to work properly. Make sure you get the right type of fiber. Fiber plays an essential role in your digestive, heart, and skin health, and may improve blood sugar control, weight management, and more Whole grains (complex carb) pulses( proteins), vegetables, nuts, and seeds are the most healthful sources of fiber. If your gut health is compromised, fiber may feed pathogenic bacteria; healing your gut with probiotic-rich fermented vegetables is recommended before eating a high-fiber diet. As much as water is required when you are consuming high fiber diet because sometimes it can cause constipation. Soluble fibre helps to slow the emptying process in our stomachs, which helps you feel fuller. It also helps to lower cholesterol and stabilise your blood glucose levels. Soluble fibre is found in fruits, vegetables, oats, barley and legumes. Insoluble fibre absorbs water to help to soften the contents of our bowels and support regular bowel movements. It also helps to keep us full and keep the bowel environment healthy. Insoluble fibre is found in wholegrain breads and cereals, nuts, seeds, wheat bran and the skin of fruit and vegetables. Resistant starch is not digested in the small intestine and instead proceeds to the large intestine where it can assist in the production of good bacteria and improves bowel health. Resisitant starch is found in undercooked pasta, under ripe bananas, cooked and cooled potato and rice. https://dtapoorvasaini.zest.md/dashboard#blog

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    Something about celiac disease and gluten

    By: Apoorva Saini

            Celiac disease or gluten sensitive enteropathy (GSE) is a genetically based immune-mediated disease characterized by a life-long intolerance to gluten. The small intestinal mucosa is damaged by the gluten proteins which results in impaired absorption of iron, calcium, folate and the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. It can develop at any age after people start eating foods or medicines that contain gluten. Iinfant%u2019s with celiac disease show impaired growth, diarrhea and abdominal distention. Older children with severe, untreated celiac disease may develop short stature, pubertal delays, rickets, dental enamel defects, behavioral disturbances and poor school performance. If left untreated, it can lead to serious health problems like Type I diabetes and multiple sclerosis (MS), dermatitis herpetiformis,anemia, osteoporosis, infertility and miscarriage, neurological conditions like epilepsy and migraines, short stature, intestinal cancers, anemia, chronic diarrhea, weight loss, fatigue, cramps and bloating, irritability. The only treatment of celiac disease is strict adherence to a GLUTEN FREE DIET FOR LIFE. A gluten-free diet excludes all ingredients derived from wheat. Apart from this one requires knowledgeable dietetic counseling and frequent %u201Cup-dates%u201D on processed foods as commercial food contents changes and might be a hidden source of gluten which might be unintentionally ingested. Therefore one must read the packaging labels carefully before buying.

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    PCOS

    By: Apoorva Saini

    PCOS Symptoms Symptoms of PCOS may begin shortly after puberty, but can also develop during the later teen years and early adulthood. Because symptoms may be attributed to other causes or go unnoticed, PCOS may go undiagnosed for some time. Women with PCOS typically have irregular or missed periods as a result of not ovulating. Although some women may develop cysts on their ovaries, many women do not. Other symptoms include: Weight gain- About half of women with PCOS will have weight gain and obesity that is difficult to manage. Fatigue- Many women with PCOS report increased fatigue and low energy. Unwanted hair growth (also known as hirsutism)- Areas affected by excess hair growth may include the face, arms, back, chest, thumbs, toes, and abdomen. Thinning hair on the head- Hair loss related to PCOS may increase in middle age. Infertility- PCOS is a leading cause of female infertility. However, not every woman with PCOS is the same. Acne- Hormonal changes related to androgens can lead to acne problems. Other skin changes such as the development of skin tags and darkened patches of skin are also related to PCOS. Mood changes- Having PCOS can increase the likelihood of mood swings, depression, and anxiety. Pelvic pain. Pelvic pain may occur with periods, along with heavy bleeding. It may also occur when a woman isn%u2019t bleeding. Headaches- Hormonal changes prompt headaches. Sleep problems- Women with PCOS often report problems such as insomnia or poor sleep.   .

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    Key Vitamins and Minerals during Pregnancy

    By: Apoorva Saini

    Folic Acid Folic acid, also known as folate, is a B vitamin that is important for pregnant women. Taking 400 micro-grams of folic acid daily for at least 1 month before pregnancy and during pregnancy may help prevent major birth defects of the baby%u2019s brain and spine called neural tube defects. Current dietary guidelines recommend that pregnant women get at least 600 micro-grams of folic acid each day from all sources, including food and vitamin supplements. Many foods contain folic acid, such as fortified cereal, enriched bread and pasta, peanuts, dark green leafy vegetables, orange juice, and beans. However, it may be hard to get all of the folic acid you need from food alone. To ensure they are getting enough, pregnant women should take a daily vitamin supplement that contains folic acid. Most prenatal multivitamin supplements contain 600%u2013800 micro-grams of folic acid. Some women may need a higher amount of folic acid each day. If you have already had a pregnancy affected by a neural tube defect or if you are taking an anti-seizure medication, talks with your health care provider to make sure you get the right amount. Iron Iron is used by your body to make a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen to your organs and tissues. During pregnancy, you need more iron than you did before pregnancy. This extra iron helps your body make more blood to supply oxygen to your baby. Not having enough iron is called iron deficiency anemia. Anemia increases the risk of certain problems, including preterm delivery and having a low-birth-weight baby. The recommended daily intake for iron during pregnancy is 27 mg, which is found in most prenatal vitamin supplements. You also can eat foods rich in a certain type of iron called heme iron. Heme iron is absorbed more easily by the body and is found in animal foods, such as red meat, poultry, and fish. Your blood will be tested during pregnancy to check for anemia. If you are found to be anemic, your health care provider may recommend additional iron supplements. Calcium Calcium is used to build your baby%u2019s bones and teeth. All women aged 19 years and older should get 1,000 mg of calcium each day. For those aged 14%u201318 years, the recommended amount is 1,300 mg a day. Milk and other dairy products, such as cheese and yogurt, are the best sources of calcium. If you have trouble digesting milk products, you can get calcium from other sources, such as broccoli, fortified orange juice, sardines or anchovies with the bones, or a calcium supplement. Vitamin D Vitamin D works with calcium to help build your baby%u2019s bones and teeth. It also is key for healthy skin and eyesight. You can get vitamin D from your diet. Good sources are vitamin D-fortified milk and breakfast cereal, salmon, and egg yolks. Also, exposure to sunlight converts a chemical in the skin to vitamin D. Many women, however, still do not get enough vitamin D every day. If your health care provider thinks you may have low levels of vitamin D, a test can be done to check the level in your blood. If it is below normal, you may need to take a vitamin D supplement. As we all know other nutrients are also equally important in this phase. So try to balance your diet.

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