Dt. Garima Sharma

Nutritionist in Pitampura, Delhi, Delhi, India

http://holistichealthbygarima.zest.md

About Me

Dietician Garima Sharma is a nutritionist based in Pitampura, Delhi, India. Online Nutritionist Garima Sharma is a weight loss diets expert in Delhi. She is helping people to reach to their health related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle.Online Dietitian Garima Sharma 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, Healthy Heart Diet, Online diet, Child nutrition, Antenatal Diet, Postnatal diet, Therepeutic diet and other disease management. 

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My Blogs

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    Healthy eating diet plan vs Crash diets

    By: Garima Sharma

     Difference between Fad Diets and Healthy Meal Plans There are five key ways you can distinguish a healthy eating plan from a fad diet. Before you embark on any eating program, you might want to do a little research to see how your plan stacks up against these criteria: 1. Long term results An eating program is focused on losing weight slowly over a period of time, so that you keep the weight off for good. Fad diets focus on shedding pounds quickly for fast, but often impermanent, results. 2. Holistic approach to weight loss An eating program utilizes a holistic approach to weight loss%u2014meaning you have to implement healthy lifestyle changes to guarantee success. This means your eating program can embrace anything from exercise to meditation to help you lose weight. A fad diet usually focuses solely on what you eat and drink. 3. Concentrate on the means rather than the end A healthy eating plan will focus on the means to get to your goal weight, not just on the end result. In other words, you are encouraged to educate yourself about food so that you can make healthy eating choices. Diets are usually highly regimented and tell you exactly what to eat and drink, rather than allowing you to make your own choices. 4. Balanced nutrition A healthy eating program will allow you to eat fruits and vegetables and will encourage you to eat a balanced diet. You can usually spot a fad diet because it will focus on eating one type of food (such as the Cabbage Soup diet, or the Grapefruit Diet), or will eliminate one or more types of food from your life. 5. No gimmicks A healthy eating program recognizes that, unfortunately, there are no quick fixes for obesity and obesity-related illnesses. And so, with that in mind, there are no gimmicks to these plans. You have to do the work for the long-term. A fad diet usually relies heavily on gimmicks to convince you that you can shed all the pounds you want just by following one simple rule.  

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    Importnce of physical activity

    By: Garima Sharma

    India is currently undergoing rapid economic, demographic, and lifestyle transformations. A key feature of the latter transformation has been inappropriate and inadequate diets and decrease in physical activity. Data from various parts of India have shown a steady increase in the prevalence of lifestyle-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), the metabolic syndrome, hypertension, coronary heart disease (CHD), etc., frequently in association with overweight or obesity. A total of 60 min of physical activity is recommended every day for healthy Asian Indians in view of the high predisposition to develop T2DM and CHD. This should include at least 30min of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, 15min of work-related activity, and 15min of muscle-strengthening exercises. For children, moderate-intensity physical activity for 60min daily should be in the form of sport and physical activity. This consensus statement also includes physical activity guidelines for pregnant women, the elderly, and those suffering from obesity, T2DM, CHD, etc.

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    Healthy evening Snack Fox Nuts(makhana)

    By: Garima Sharma

    Makhana seeds can be eaten raw, roasted or ground. Soaked in water overnight, it can be added to soups, salads or other gravy dishes. The puffed seeds are also used in kheer, puddings and dry roasted snacks.  Popular as a fasting food, its health benefits are superior to those of dry fruits such as almonds and walnuts. Some of the health benefits of makhana are: It%u2019s a good source of protein, carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. High in fiber and low in calories, it enables weight loss. Its low sodium and high magnesium content makes it beneficial for those suffering from heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity. It contains an anti-aging enzyme, which is said to help repair damaged proteins. Its glycemic index is significantly lower than most high carbohydrate foods like rice, bread, etc. So enjoy this amazing snack and be healthy! 

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    Junk food misunderstood as healthy!

    By: Garima Sharma

      In this  busy lifestyle, everyone wants quick, tasty, reasonably priced and easily available foods. Though you may think that they might be healthy options but they are completely opposite. Here are some foods mentioned which many of us might consider healthy but actually are unhealthy foods. 1. Instant noodles Maggi/ noodles hardly take any time to cook and taste good but all you are adding to your body is refined flour. The wax present in them forms a layer in our intestine which takes at least three days to flush out from our system. You can swap this with a vegetable upma or poha. It will provide you with good carbs and the veggies will add fibre making it a complete meal. 2. Cornflakes with milk Many of us think this is a safe breakfast option as it contains milk but the truth is that the flakes you eat only add more sugar to your diet and not much nutrition. It will only add more weight to your body. Instead of this, you can switch to daliya or muesli with skimmed milk and a handful of nuts sprinkled on the top. This will give you fibre with essential fatty acids and other essential nutrients. 3. Fruit Juice/ Packaged Juice You may think that gulping down a glass of a preserved fruit juice is a great way to start your day, but they are mostly packed with sugar. Switch to a better idea have orange itself rather than juice. Whole fruit offers you all the vitamins and minerals, along with tummy-filling fibre that can help tame hunger pangs until lunch. Or you can also replace orange juice with 1 glass of low-fat milk or skimmed milk. 4. Pasta/White Pasta Pasta/white bread is an empty caloriefood as it is made from refined and processed flour. This means that it is deficient in nutrients. Instead of white pasta/white bread you can opt for whole wheat pasta, whole wheat rolls (stuffed with veggies or paneer), and multi-grain bread. 5. Diet Soda Diet sodas are actually empty calorie as they contain only artificial sweeteners and no essential nutrients in it, which increases the risk of certain types of cancer. Instead of energising yourself with diet colas, you can switch yourself to lemon water or coconut water. 6. Fat-free Foods Just because a product is labeled %u2018fat-free%u2019 or %u2018low-fat%u2019 doesn't mean it%u2019s healthier or even lower in calories. Fat-free products lack fat, but they make up by adding sugars or other unhealthy ingredients. Some of the most popular low fat foods are baked potato chips, diet namkeen, frozen yoghurt, nutralite butter, etc. From the nutritional point of view the above mentioned foods are not considered as healthy as they are nutrient deficient. A piece of advice eat healthy, manage portion control, stick to natural foods and exercise. This the only way you can lose weight and remain healthy!

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    Brisk Walking and its Benefits

    By: Garima Sharma

    Benefits of Walking Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life. For example, regular brisk walking can help you: Maintain a healthy weight Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 Diabetes Strengthen your bones and muscles Improve your mood Improve your balance and coordination Plan your routine As you start your walking routine, remember to: Get the right gear. Choose shoes with proper  support, a firm heel and thick flexible soles to cushion your feet and absorb shock. Wear comfortable clothes and gear appropriate for various types of weather.  Choose your course carefully. If you'll be walking outdoors, avoid paths with cracked sidewalks, potholes, low-hanging limbs or uneven turf.  Warm up. Walk slowly for 5 to 10 minutes to warm up your muscles and prepare your body for exercise. Cool down. At the end of your walk, walk slowly for five to 10 minutes to help your muscles cool down. Stretch. After you cool down, gently stretch your muscles. If you'd rather stretch before you walk, remember to warm up first. Set realistic goals As a general goal, aim for at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day. If you can't set aside that much time, try several 10-minute sessions throughout the day Track your progress Keeping a record of how many steps you take, the distance you walk and how long it takes can help you see where you started from and serve as a source of inspiration Stay motivated Set yourself up for success. Start with a simple goal, such as, "I'll take a 10-minute walk during my lunch break." When your 10-minute walk becomes a habit, set a new goal, such as, "I'll walk for 20 minutes after work." Find specific times for walks.  Make walking enjoyable. If you don't enjoy solitary walks, ask a friend or neighbour to join you. You might like listening to music while you walk. Vary your routine. If you walk outdoors, plan several different routes for variety. If you're walking alone, walk in safe, well-lit locations. Take missed days in stride. If you find yourself skipping your daily walks, don't give up. Remind yourself how good you feel when you include physical activity in your daily routine, and then get back on track. So enjoy the oldest method of excersice and stay healthy.    

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