Dt. Pooja Jagiasi

Nutritionist in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai, mumbai, India

http://jagiasipooja.zest.md

About Me

Dietician Pooja Jagiasi is a nutritionist based in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai, India. Nutritionist Pooja Jagiasi is a weight loss diets expert. She is helping people to reach to their health related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle. Dietitian Pooja Jagiasi 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, renal diet, healthy lifestyle program and other disease management.

Dietician Pooja Jagiasi, have a passion to help people to live a healthy life by promoting balanced nutrition.It has always been my dream to develop and promote good health and fitness through balanced diet.She always aimed for aware,guide and motivate people about how important is food and how it contribute for healthy lifestyle.

In this fast-paced, high-stress society, where everything going online, why not the diet? My e clinic; %u2019%u2019 Dietitian Pooja Jagiasi Diet Clinic " 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 Mumbai.

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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 Mumbai.

Nutritionist Pooja's Jagiasi major area for diet counseling is therapeutic diets, weight gain, weight loss, diabetes, pre and post natal program, 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 Pooja's Jagiasi 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!!%u200B

My Blogs

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    Sample Blog Post

    By: Pooja Jagiasi

    A blog post is a way to communicate your thoughts and ideas with associated images or videos. It is also a great way to engage your site visitors and by presenting them with articles which are of interest to them. Blog posts are also a great way for you to establish yourself as an expert in a niche.  To add another Blog post you should login, click Blog >> Add post. You can insert images in your blog post, by uploading them from your computer. First photo of the blog is used as thumbnail image with blog summary. You may like to read our post on 6 tips for writing effective blog posts for Nutritionists.  Note: You should delete this post or move it to drafts so that it is no longer visible to your visitors. 

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    ways to change sleeping patterns

    By: Pooja Jagiasi

    "Sleep" You must be amazed thinking why I have chosen this topic for my bolg Reason for this is that nowadays people complain a lot that I don't get enough time to sleep,I have so much work that why I have to compromise on my sleep. These are mere just excuses because the answer for your question that why you don't get enough sleep lies with you; its not your work or your schedule, your habits your lifestyle are the main reasons because of which you don't get enough sleep. Firstly let us understand what exactly sleep is. Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. Studies show that a good night's sleep improves learning. Whether you're learning math, how to play the piano, how to perfect your golf swing, or how to drive a car, sleep helps enhance your learning and problem-solving skills. Sleep also helps you pay attention, make decisions, and be creative. Lets look at some of the ways or tips which might help you to get proper sleep. 1. BEDROOM: Keep your room completely dark, if necessary use blackout curtains or an eye mask. Make sure your room isn't too hot or too cold, keep it slightly cool around 16-18%u200BoC (60-65%u200BoF). Keep clutter out of your room  put the laundry basket in the spare room, bathroom or the landing Avoid having a television or computer in the bedroom Turn off your mobile phone and anything with an LED display (including clocks). Don't treat your bedroom as an extension of your living room or a study. Use it for sleeping only Adorn your bedroom with beautiful things such as photographs of loved ones, artwork that you like, plants and flowers. It will help you feel more connected to the room and look forward to going to bed Try to avoid bright colours such as reds which are less restful and quite stimulating, and less conducive to a good nights sleep. Use muted and pastel colours, which are a lot more calming. Some smells can affect your mood, making you more relaxed and calm. Sprinkle a pot pourri with essential oils of lavender or geranium, though never use during pregnancy or in childrens rooms. Take a long hard look at your room and see what it says about you and understand that you have a duty to care for yourself, your sleep area and your general health and wellbeing  you re worth it 2. LIFESTYLE: Reduce the intensity of light in your home in the evenings by using dimmer switches or lamps with low wattage bulbs Have a bedtime routine and maintain a regular sleep pattern Use a hot water bottle if you get cold feet Empty your bladder before going to bed Avoid alcohol Avoid use of technology in the hours before bedtime including computers, mobile phones and televisions Avoid napping during the day

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    how diet helps to get some sleep!!!!

    By: Pooja Jagiasi

    In my last blog we looked into some basic tips which might help in getting proper sleep. Now we will focus on diet and exercise and understand how diet and exercise is beneficial in getting sound sleep and makes our life healthy and stress free.   DIET There are three substances that are key to understanding how nutrition can affect the brain that promotes good sleep: Tryptophan, Serotonin, and  Melatonin Some basic tips are: Always combine a protein food with a low to medium glycaemic index carbohydrate food to optimise tryptophan levels. Avoid stimulants such as caffeine and cigarettes Avoid sedatives such as sleeping pills and alcohol to help you sleep. The effects are usually short-term, they can have counter effects, and sustained use can lead to dependency. Do not stop taking sleep medications suddenly. The best approach is to speak to your doctor and develop a strategy to slowly wean yourself off them. Avoid buying melatonin supplements from the Internet (they are only available on prescription). Taking them may disrupt your own natural melatonin production and potentially suppress your ability to produce this important hormone, ultimately making sleep problems worse. Changes in diet can help you sleep but it takes a little longer than the quick fix pill. Fill in a sleep diary and note what you%u2019ve done on days when you%u2019ve slept well or badly. These sleep-inducing foods will help your muscles relax, quiet your mind and produce sleep-inducing hormones (serotonin and melatonin) to get you right off to bed. %u2022   Bananas. These power fruits contain serotonin and melatonin, and the muscle relaxant magnesium. %u2022   Chamomile tea. This beverage has a mild sedating effect, which will calm your mind and body. %u2022  Warm milk. This beverage contains tryptophan, which is sedating and calcium to help your brain use the tryptophan. Warm milk also has a calming effect and is comforting to drink. %u2022   Honey. The small amount of glucose in honey communicates with your brain to turn off orexin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to alertness. Place a spoonful in a bowl of oatmeal to head off to bed quickly. %u2022  Potatoes. A spud in the evening will clear away the amino acids in your body that can interfere with the powers of tryptophan. %u2022  Oatmeal. Oats contain melatonin, which is great for inducing sleep. %u2022  Almonds. These nuts contain a healthy dose of tryptophan and magnesium.   EXERCISE Exercise can help you enjoy good quality sleep and lower body temperature which also induces better sleep Don%u2019t overdo it. Wearing yourself out physically is not particularly likely to induce sleepiness. In fact it can be counter-productive and lead to wakefulness and alertness when trying to sleep. Though it%u2019s widely believed that working out too close to bedtime can disturb sleep, there isn%u2019t evidence that backs this argument, so it%u2019s better to exercise in the evening than not at all. The important thing is to exercise because it makes you feel fit and better, and if you are experiencing sleeping difficulties, the more you exercise, the more likely you are to improve your sleeping patterns.  

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