Dt. Shweta Chikhale

Dietician in Manchar / Nutritionist in Pune, Pune, India


About Me

Dietitian Shweta Chikhale is a nutritionist in Ambegaon, Pune, India. Online Nutritionist Shweta Chikhale is a weight loss diets expert in Pune. She is helping people to reach to their health related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle. Online Dietitian Shweta Chikhale 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, diet for toddlers, Post natal diet, Therapeutic diet and other disease management.

Dietician Shweta has been working in the field of nutrition and dietetics as a consultant dietician since last 12 years .

She has counselled more than 500 patients/clients so far.

Childhood obesity is a challenge for society and she believes eating healthy right from the childhood can help prevent occurence of a lot of health problems in future, so has also counselled a lot of children who are overweight .

Pregnancy and Lactation are two most crucial phases of a women's life and needs proper nutritional management and she does anti natal and post natal counselling as well.

Basically proper diet not only helps recovery faster but also helps in preventing or prolonging the occurence of many illneses.

Dietitian Shweta Strongly believes in this theory and promotes it.

Change is a must and change means moving out of your comfort zone. Yes that is true. When we talk about changing our food habits, lifestyle most of the times we are afraid of the change, but with Shweta's diet charts you can easily and slowly adapt  to the changes.She plans your diet taking into consideration your likes, dislikes, your habits, working hours every thing and makes you a part of the process.

Simultaneously she will find out the problem areas and educate the client or patient as to what is right and why it needs to be changed.

The client or patient needs to be convinced with the plan and only then it works.... that's what she believes in.

Hence its not just a plain chart but lot of conversation will take place time to time when you are following her plan you will recieve your diet plans through email and a telehonic conversation will also be held  as and when required.

In this fast-paced, high-stress society, where everything going online, why not the diet? My e clinic; "Nutrition Clinic by Dietitian Shweta Chikhale " 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 Pune.

Looking for best nutritionist in Pune, online dietician, or a Dietitian in Manchar, Pune? Interested in excellent weight loss service online or in Ambegaon, Pune? Then contact famous weight loss diet consultant Diet Specialist Shweta Chikhale.

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 PCOD diet consultant in Pune.

Nutritionist Shweta's Chikhale 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 Shweta's Chikhale 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 Manchar, Pune then do register on this eClinic.

My Blogs

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    Navratri Diet Tips...

    By: Shweta Chikhale

    Navratri Is here and am sure all of you are eager to play dandiya. Some of us will also observe fast for nine days. Here are some diet tips that will help you stay energetic throughout the day and enjoy dandiya .... as most of us will be working whole day... Diet Tips For Navratri.... Start your day with a wholesome breakfast with a cup of milk. Have fruits and salads in your meals to give you a good dose of natural vitamins and minerals. Have in between snacks like dry fruits, groundnut or rajkeera chikki or ladoos, coconut burfi etc. Have plenty of fluids  throughout the day like lassi, chaas, green tea, lemon tea, milkshake, limewater, kokam sharbat etc. Include fruits like banana, apple, papaya, guava, pomogranate to keep you going with its potassium content. Have your last meal of the day two hrs before you go to play dandiya. so you will not feel heavy and feel energetic and light.   Do not do this.... Avoid long gaps between meals. Avoid having food on streets or hotels. Avoid excessive teas, coffee, alcohol as it causes excessive water loss from body. Avoid heavy to digest, deep fried, oily, bakery items. Wish you all a happy and healthy Navratrotsav..... Stay tuned for more blogs, and do register to get your fasting diet chart.

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    By: Shweta Chikhale

                                      WORLD HEART DAY 29 th SEP 2017                                                SAVE YOUR HEART Hello friends! 29th September is celebrated as the World Heart Day all over the world. This was coined by the World Heart Federation (Geneva) with the aim of 25% reduction of heart diseases by 2025. We all know heart attacks claim so many lives every year. It is the biggest killer out of all non communicable diseases (NCD). According to WHO (2010), NCD led to 5.87 million deaths globally. In India it led to 1.2 million deaths in men and 0.9 million deaths in women and these numbers are very alarming and much  more than any other country. According to data published by Indian Government recently, it is seen that 31.6% people died due to diseases of heart and stroke, which is increased by 3 % since the data published in 2015. Uhhhh... boggled up with the statistics Well what we are or rather we should be more focused on are the rising numbers of heart ailments in our Indian society. That too now which used to be a disease of old age is occurring at the age of 20s- Isn't that too early for anybody to succumb to an ailment? Ever wondered what's going wrong with our lifestyle and diet? Most of us must be wondering why me or why us? Right? So let's learn about our lifeline OUR HEART. OUR DIL OUR HEART Our heart is the only organ that works right from the beginning i.e from the time foetus is formed till the time we die. Its function is to supply impure (deoxygenated) blood to the lungs for oxygenation and to supply this oxygenated blood to all the parts of the body. The blood vessels that supply blood to the heart to keep it active are called the coronary arteries (CA). There are 3 main CA that supply blood. When due to some reason blood supply through these arteries is obstructed the heart starts pumping slowly. This is the coronary artery disease (CAD). It is also called as atherosclerosis. This is just one ailment which is very commonly seen in heart patients and there are many more such diseases of the arteries, diseases of the valves etc. In short it is very important for our heart to function to its maximum in order to live. WHO IS AT RISK OF HEART DISEASES? People who have heredity of heart problems or hyperlipidemias. People who have any other NCD like high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus. People who live sedentary lifestyle/ lack of physical activity. People who have erratic lifestyle and faulty eating habits from childhood. It takes 5-15 years for the process of blockage to occur. People who lead a stressful life. Women age group of 45 plus (postmenopausal group). People who are overweight and obese. Not only overweight but people who have high visceral fat and body fat percentages also. (they might not seem obese but composition might be haywire). Inadequate sleep. People working in shifts tend to have a disturbed body clock which in a way is a stress on the body. Alcoholism.   HOW TO PREVENT THE OCCURRENCE OF CVD OR WHAT CARE TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF A HISTORY OF ANY HEART AILMENT. Lose weight Achieve ideal body weight for height. The most simple and effective way is to loose those extra kilos and not just extra kilos but the extra body fat and visceral fat percentage. ( visit the nearest dietician to get your body composition(BCA) done). Extra weight is an open invitation for lot of NCDs and not just heart diseases.   Get back discipline in your life. Early to bed and early to rise is still much more effective and advocated to set the body clock right. Have breakfast as your major meal and all other meals of the day o time. Follow this as much as possible.   Eat right. Include 4-5 servings of veggies (multicolored veggies) and 2 servings of fruits in your daily diet. Include raw salads to get fresh dose of all multivitamins and minerals with rich antioxidants and phytochemicals. Phytochemicals are the actual heroes who prevent plaque formation in the blood vessels and fight the free radicals. Include omega 3 rich foods like flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, makhanas, soybeans, green leafy vegetables, walnuts and almonds in the diet which will help the HDL (good cholesterol) to increase. Also fatty fish have good amounts of omega 3 fatty acids and 3 servings of fish per week is good enough intake to supply this fatty acid. Keep changing cooking oils. You can use soyabean oil sunflower oil groundnut oil. Or use ricebran oil with sunflower/safflower oil. Mustard oil is also good choice over groundnut oil.   Cholesterol lowering super foods. Include cinnamon, ginger root, garlic, methi seeds, jeera, and ajwain, sabja (chia) seeds in the diet to keep the cholesterol levels in check and eventually heart troubles at bay. All these tiny seeds have documented results.   Get started with some form of exercise. Walking besides being free is totally effective exercise for overall health. Walk for about 45 min to 1 hour daily or at least 5 days a week. (5-6 km per hour) Swimming, cycling or any other sport can be included in routine to exercise your heart.   Avoid over exertions. Too much of exercise is also very fatal for the body. It leads to release of stress hormones. Moderate intensity exercises like walking, swimming, cycling is good. In case of gym please see the trainer is a certified one and knows all your body parts and its functions.   Yoga and meditation. We all are too busy doing job which is not necessarily of our interest, yet we do it as a daily routine or duty or merely to earn bread n butter. Very few amongst us are able to do a job that we love. I mean as a passion. This leads to emotional draining and we seldom take out time to talk to ourselves and live for ourselves. This when piled up for days, weeks, months together becomes very stressful and eventually we become slaves to time and materialistic world. Too much of stress, anxiety, anger, depression eventually disturbs the body functioning and can be leading cause for NCDs like BP, CVD etc.   So just sit back, relax, take a deep breath and  talk to yourself daily for at least  5 mins and say all is well (Rancho ko yaad karo) and begin your day with a positive mindset. Be with positive minded people, develop your positive circle, be focused and take our time for your passion. Indulge in yoga and meditation at least 3 times a week. This truly helps in decreasing stress, and improving health. Talk your heart out and laugh away all worries. Ever wondered why NCDs are less prevalent in rural areas and more in urban society. People in rural area are far away from all stressful and selfish life. They still live as one big family and speak their hearts out.. no wonder they (specially females) are called the cctv or AIR of the goan the village. On the other hand in urban areas we are more mechanical/ gadget prone so called sophisticated but we have lost the zeal in life the human touch is missing So try and change the way we live think and behave.   To summarize I think we all have to take preventive steps towards saving our hearts and our loved ones and make India less prone to CVDS   Hope you all liked and enjoyed this write up. Please like, share.   Wish you all a Happy World Heart Day!    

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