Dt. Harshita Dilawri

Nutritionist in Alaknanda, Delhi, Delhi, India

http://nutritionistharshita.zest.md

About Me

With over 10 years of experience in Health, Nutrition and Diabetic Education Harshita possess a great zest and zeal to help people maintain and attain their good health by natural and day to day food. She is a passionate nutritionist , diabetic educator  and a metabolic balance coach with a background in both therapeutic nutrition and food science. Being a life member of Indian Dietetic Association and Indian Diabetic Association, she keeps updating the new diet and concepts about Nutrition. Having international work experience in Denmark she can work more closely into not just local Indian diets but international diets too.

Dietician Harshita Dilawri is a Metabolic Balance Coach and Diabetic Educator , based in Alaknanda, Delhi, India. Harshita Dilawri is a weight loss diets expert too in Delhi who is helping people to reach to their health related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle. She also provides online diet consultation, customised online diet plans in cases like fast and Healthy Weight Loss, Healthy Weight Gain, control and manage diabetes , Healthy Online Diabetic Diet, Weight Loss for kids, Healthy Heart Diet, Online diet, Child nutrition, diet for toddlers, Pre and Post natal diet, Therapeutic diet and other disease management.

With a host of health and wellness programs, Harshita brings with her years of hard work and practical experience as a Nutritionist working in some of the leading hospitals and clinics. Harshita%u2019s health programme and diet plans offer a very unique and comprehensive approach to health. She saw people improving their health and deficiencies by having medicine, artificial supplements, pills and machines and thus thought and came up to this concept of people knowing their own nutrients and healthy eating plans and drop the word DIET PLANS.

In this fast-paced, high-stress society, where everything going online, why not the diet? My e clinic; " Know your Nutrients by Dt Harshita " 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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Nutritionist Harshita's Dilawri major area for diet counseling is therapeutic diets, weight gain, weight loss, diabetes, diet for toddlers, pre and post natal program, Kids diet, therapeutic diet, 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.

Online Diet Consultant Harshita's Dilawri 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

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

My Blogs

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    Sample Blog Post

    By: Harshita Dilawri

    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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    Mid - night snacking

    By: Harshita Dilawri

    It%u2019s 12 midnight%u2026 and are you craving for food?? Do you want to eat a Pizza? In today%u2019s busy world everyone is chasing their dreams and busy struggling for the survival of the fittest, working through day and night to get successful. But, have you ever wondered in the process of getting successful what we are doing to ourselves? Are we stressing ourselves which is indirectly hampering our lifestyle? This is not a phenomenon only with the adults, Urban kids and teenagers are also falling prey to this unhealthy lifestyle. Today, they are more familiar with gadgets than playing in the outdoors. They are becoming such gadget freaks that during night hours they spend hours watching movies or playing games on their I-Pads or other tablet devices with a big bowl of chips or some rolls or chocolates and so on for company. Adults are staying awake watching their favourite fick or they are all red cheering for the red devils of Manchester United or you are just about to finish watching the%u2019 Game of Throne%u2019 or it could just be office work which is making you a nocturnal creature. Mid-Night is one time when most people feel a craving for good and healthy snacks. Even if you%u2019ve had dinner at 8, you%u2019ll again start feeling hungry if you are awake late. And when this happens, most end up eating junk. Especially for all the weight watchers this is one thing which is very unhealthy. Unhealthy, because this does not necessarily mean that one is hungry, it could be just boredom due to being awake or a habit that%u2019s one has developed over the years. Health hazards of such a behaviour are many %u2013 from weight gain to bloating to acid reflux to triggering stress hormones and much more. Taking each into account let%u2019s see what people usually crave and what could be the alternative if one can%u2019t control that %u2018%u2019hunger pang%u2019%u2019 at midnight. Ice Creams: When you open your fridge and find that a tub full of ice- cream, you would obviously eat it %u2026 so instead of the outside Ice Cream%u2026.how about making your own? take some ricotta cheese and blend some berries and nuts- your ice- cream is ready! Craving salt: It could be chips, nachos, fries anything %u2013 but do you know it is full of saturated fats with oodles of salt which can really increase the unwanted BP and metabolism resulting in strokes and weight gain respectively. So how about having some roasted makhanas or puffed rice or wheat with rock salt and black pepper. Having avocados with some yoghurt is something which is not only healthy but yummy too.  Cookies / BrowniesAre one of the many which people/children adore having. These can hamper your sugar levels, spiking it high with running the controlled metabolism. Instead,have some fruits / homemade brownies/ sponged squeezed Rasgulla ( a Benagli Sweet) or simply 2-3 pieces of dark chocolate to control that temptation. Nuts: Rich in trans fats, nuts can easily hamper our blood pressure levels, trigger that heart stroke and make anyone fatigued. Instead,have something sweet with a crunch, mix 1/2 cup of Crunch cereal with a small container of fat-free Greek yoghurt good to go with both fibre and protein. Even some fruits like dates, pomegranates can be had with some coating of nuts and dark chocolate emptying the temptations for both sweet and nuts. Simply Pizza:Everyone%u2019s delight, having pizza with loads of cheese and bread can spike up that sugar level. Hence, one can always have their own multigrain toasted pizza at home with a good choice of veggies and some healthy cheese. Hence here I have jotted down a list of healthy snack which you could binge on: These are snacks especially for teenagers or youngsters who seldom like eating fruits. 1/2 cup Roasted Peanuts 1/2 cup Roasted While gram (Channa)1/2 cup protein mix (a mixture that is easily available with nuts and seeds) 1/2 cup roasted wheat (it%u2019s a snack that is available just like puffed rice.) 1/2 cup roasted Mung bean ( Moong)1 medium bowl popcorn (no butter) 1 glass milk (saffron, cardomon can be added. coffee too can be added once in a a while but in moderation so as to prevent functional disturbances like sleep issues, being irritable and nervousness) 1 bowl papaya, cucumber, pomegranate 2 boiled egg whites (sprinkle black pepper over it ) Boiled Cauliflower with Olive Oil and Sea Salt Crunchy Muesli milk Wheat Rusk ( 2 ) Green Tea / Black Coffee / Black Tea with roasted 5-7 almonds Sprouts salad ( with olive oil dressing ) Boiled Kalachana salad ( with olive oil dressing ) Homemade Snack Mix 1 veg multigrain bread sandwich ( 2 multigrain bread slices, coleslaw)Bottom Line: Take that last bite before 9pm to be fitter and healthier!

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    ARE'NT WE TAKING CARE OF SOME MINERAL WHILE WE ARE

    By: Harshita Dilawri

    ortant task is to find out the root cause of weight gain (which, contrary to popular belief, is not always overeating or lack of physical activity). It is prudent that the underlying cause be identified and targeted, not only to ensure sustainable weight loss but also because these reasons are linked to diseases in waiting as well. Genetic predisposition, low BMR, stress, lack of sleep, hormonal disturbance, chronic mild dehydration etc. are few recognized causes of weight gain. However, if adjusting your diet, water intake, exercising more and controlling your stress and sleep hasn't helped you reach a healthy body weight, check your mineral status. Mineral deficiency often happens slowly over time and can be caused by an increased need for the mineral, lack of the mineral in the diet, or difficulty absorbing the mineral from food. You may be suffering from deficiencies because the nutritional value of the produce has been steadily degrading for the last couple of decades. Increased intake of processed foods is another reason devoiding you of not only fiber but also many of the vitamins and minerals. Since the deficiency symptoms of these minerals are largely general, they go unnoticed and hence get overlooked while diagnosing unexplained weight. Let%u2019s discuss four major minerals (or their deficiencies) that are directly or indirectly associated with your weight. CHROMIUM: Chromium is an essential mineral that regulates insulin action and its effects on metabolism.Insulin is essentially the fat-loss gatekeeper, so anything that improves insulin efficiency is great for fat loss. Chromium determines the way our body uses insulin. The glucose tolerance factor (GTF) interacts with insulin and regulates how much glucose (sugar) enters a cell. GTF encourages energy production (burns calories) and may also curb feelings of hunger. Identifying the link between chromium and weight loss is crucial because someone who is overweight is often at high risk of becoming insulin resistant (diabetic). Chromium is lost in the process of refining foods. For example, when sugarcane is refined into white sugar, 93 percent of the chromium is lost. Because our soils are depleted of chromium and because we consume more processed foods nowadays, chromium deficiency is becoming increasingly prevalent. IODINE: The thyroid gland depends on iodine to manufacture thyroid hormone. The thyroid's main function is to manage the body's metabolism. A shortage of iodine can cause changes to the thyroid gland and an under active thyroid gland slows your metabolism; you thus burn dramatically fewer calories and feel sluggish. Also, under active thyroid gland promotes excess weight and cellulite by causing water retention. Inadequate intake of iodine was once a recognized problem that was solved by universal iodization of salt. Salt was fortified with Potassium Iodate to ensure controlled consumption by all sections of society.  Once this was done, the obvious symptoms of severe iodine deficiency disappeared from view, and little further thought was given to matter, though sub-clinical symptoms remained. Today's health conscious consumers have lowered their salt intake and now fail to get even that small amount of iodine in their diets. Presence of goitrogens in certain foods is another cause of iodine deficiency arising from inadequate iodine utilization. MAGNESIUM: Magnesium is needed to extract nutrients from food and for optimal insulin function. The more nutrients you extract from food the less you have to eat to feel full. When we aren%u2019t getting what we need from our diet, the body will crave more food in an effort to obtain those vital nutrients. Magnesium is also a vital nutrient for reducing stress which is one of the most important keys in fighting obesity. Magnesium supports healthy adrenal glands that control the release of adrenaline and cortisol, two hormones related to stress response. While these hormones are vital to living, too much of them can cause weight gain and other health problems. Magnesium helps regulate these hormones so they are not overproduced. One of the major causes of Magnesium deficiency is over-medicating with pharmaceutical drugs. They prevent the body from absorbing magnesium. IRON: Iron is a critical nutrient because it is essential for the synthesis of hemoglobin, a metalloprotein that carries oxygen from lungs to all the tissues in body. Diminished oxygen carrying capacity can leave you feeling very fatigued, lethargic and irritable. In this state, your body signals you to slow down physical activity and you may find yourself seeking opportunities to sit or lie down, thus leading to weight gain. Also, low iron promotes fat storage and cause abnormal blood sugar elevation. Reasons responsible for iron deficiency can be dietary as well as non-dietary. Your excess body weight too can contribute to iron deficiency. Inflammation associated with excess body weight elevates a hormone hepcidin, which has the net effect of reducing iron absorption from digestive tract. Now, before you finish reading this article and jump to quick fix by googling for these mineral supplements, a word of caution -Over dose of these minerals, especially from synthetic sources, are extremely harmful. Do not take these minerals as supplements without professional guidance. You may improve your mineral intake by following the golden rule. Go low on processed foods and buy your foods fresh, local and seasonal to remove any possible degradation in nutrient quality. Don't eat less, eat right and live a healthy active life.

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