Dr. Chetna Khanchi

Nutritionist in Delhi NCR, Delhi, India

http://drchetnadietandhealth.zest.md

About Me

Dietician Chetna Khanchi is a nutritionist in Delhi NCR and also provides online diet charts through her online diet clinic. Online Nutritionist Chetna Khanchi is a weight loss expert based in Central Delhi.

Dr. Chetna is helping people to reach their health-related goals with her healthy diets & lifestyle. Online Dietitian Chetna Khanchi (India) provides weight loss diet consultations online. Online diet consultation, customised online diet plans, personalised Diet charts are provided for services like fast and Healthy Weight Loss, Pregnancy diet, PCOS diet, control and manage Diabetes , Healthy Online Diabetic Diet, Weight Loss for kids, Healthy Heart Diet, Online diet, Child nutrition, Postnatal diet, Therapeutic diet and other disease management. If you want to chieve your health goals by the customized diets provided by the best dietitian in Delhi, just register by filling your details in the form on the right side of this page.

Dr Chetna, a leading naturopathy physician and a leading dietician in Delhi NCR,  has been helping thousands of needy people in attaining desired health and wellness benefits right from 2006 onwards. Dietician Chetna is a pioneer in the application of the integrated approach to wholesome health and wellness. Nutrition being pivotal in human health, Nutritionist Chetna has been practising nutrition management as a therapy in assisting all her clients to attain their dream health, shape and enviable lifestyle. Crafting personalised nutrition programs & custom diet charts have been and remain her hallmark. Optimising body's abilities to heal itself by supplementing with matching nutrition program and aligning ourselves with nature is the philosophy relied upon in all her client management.

Through her over 11 years practice, dietician Chetna has been evolving customised research-based solutions to meet individual needs by constantly learning from researchers published worldwide and keeping traditional Indian knowledge in the centre stage. She very proudly summarises all her experiences in few words. The health transformation essentially involves 80% nutrition and 20% combination of rest all efforts. Everyone irrespective of age, present health and wellness status, place of residence, the profession can achieve the dream shape, weight, health and wellness-provided one are genuinely willing.

While, for over a decade, Dr Chetna has been running her Karnal and Panipat consultation centres visiting on weekly basis from her Delhi in-house Center, it's her outreach attempt to benefit all those in desperate need.

The IT-enabled services are available online virtually anyone on earth irrespective of nationality. She is to blend the best of expertise from USA, UK and leading universities apart from WHO endorsed programs available in public domain. She is virtually a personal online nutritionist to one and all those who enrol in the programs offered.

Her Diet and Health services are more based on practical knowledge than the formal learnings in the classroom environment. A passionate dietician, nutritionist and naturopathic physician she is happiest seeing smiles on glowing faces of satisfied customers. Receiving a referral client to narrate excitement exhibited by the satisfied clients is the highest award for Dr Chetna.

If you are looking for an online diet plan or looking to consult an online nutritionist in India, then do connect with her to acquire an all-new disease-free, healthier, happier and inspired way of life. 

In this fast-paced, high-stress society, where everything going online, why not the diet? My e clinic; " Dr Chetna's Health and 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 tomorrow!  She is one of the best Dietitians in Delhi.

Looking for top online weight loss diet in Delhi, or a Dietician in Delhi? Interested in excellent weight loss service online or in Delhi? Then contact famous weight loss diet consultant Diet Specialist Chetna Khanchi.

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.

Famous Nutritionist Chetnas Khanchi's major area for diet counselling is therapeutic diets, weight gain, gym and sports fitness lovers, weight loss, diabetes, pre and post natal program, Kids diet, therapeutic diet, Pregnancy diet, heart-related problems especially 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 Chetna's Khanchi diets aim at overall nutritional correction with comprehensive individual assessment, with the long-term results and benefits. Let's make life better by bringing in a total lifestyle change!!

Email & phone consultation is also provided. If you're looking for a dietitian in Delhi or Nutritionists in Central Delhi, then do register on this eClinic.

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    A Stealthy Slayer, Diabetes

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    DIABETES.. THE SILENT KILLER   Diabetes is a disease that occurs when our blood glucose, is too high. Blood glucose is our main source of energy and comes from the food you eat. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps glucose from food get into our cells to be used for energy. Sometimes our body doesn’t make enough insulin or doesn’t use insulin well. Glucose then stays in our blood and doesn’t reach our cells.   Here are some key points about diabetes.   1..Diabetes is a long-term condition that causes high blood sugar levels.   In 2013 it was estimated that over 382 million people throughout the world had diabetes. According to the Lancet study, China, India and USA are among the top three countries with a high number of diabetic population.   Type 1 Diabetes - the body does not produce insulin. Approximately 10% of all diabetes cases are type 1.   Type 2 Diabetes - the body does not produce enough insulin for proper function. Approximately 90% of all cases of diabetes worldwide are of this type.   Gestational Diabetes - this type affects females during pregnancy.   The most common diabetes symptoms include frequent urination, intense thirst and hunger, weight gain, unusual weight loss, fatigue, cuts and bruises that do not heal, male sexual dysfunction, numbness and tingling in hands and feet.   If you have Type 1 and follow a healthy eating plan, do adequate exercise, and take insulin, you can lead a normal life.   Type 2 patients need to eat healthily, be physically active, and test their blood glucose. They may also need to take oral medication, and/or insulin to control blood glucose levels.   As the risk of cardiovascular disease is much higher for a diabetic, it is crucial that blood pressure and cholesterol levels are monitored regularly.   As smoking might have a serious effect on cardiovascular health, diabetics should stop smoking.   Hypoglycemia - low blood glucose - can have a bad effect on the patient. Hyperglycemia - when blood glucose is too high - can also have a bad effect on the patient.   The common symptoms of diabetes   Going to the toilet a lot, especially at night.   Being really thirsty.   Feeling more tired than usual.   Losing weight without trying to.   Genital itching or thrush.   Cuts and wounds take longer to heal.   Blurred vision.   Cure: Even though there's no diabetes  Cure, diabetes can be treated and controlled, and some people may go into remission. To manage diabetes effectively, we need to improve our day to day life style and nutritional habits, such as   . Eat healthy:  Focus on eating only as much as your body needs. Eat plenty of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. Limit foods that are high in sugar and fat. Carbohydrates turn into sugar, so watch your carb intake. So try to take it as per your RDA. This is even more important if you take insulin  or drugs to control your blood sugars.   2. Exercise. If you're not moving, start a little bit. You don't have to join a gym, Just going for 40 minutes brisk walk or doing yoga postures can help out. Having an active lifestyle helps you control your diabetes by bringing down your blood sugar. It also lowers your chances of getting heart disease. It can help you lose extra kilos and ease stress. Your goal should be 30 minutes of activity that makes you sweat and breathe a little harder most days of the week.   3. Get checkups. If you're not getting regular checkups, start doing it. See your doctor at least twice a year. Diabetes  raises your risk of heart disease . So learn your numbers: cholesterol , blood pressure , and A1c . Get a full eye exam every year. Visit a foot doctor to check for problems like foot ulcers and nerve damage.   4. Manage stress. When you're stressed, your blood sugar levels  go up. And when you're anxious, you may not manage your diabetes well. You may forget to exercise, eat right, or take your prescribed drugs. Find ways to relieve stress -- through deep breathing,  yoga or hobbies that relax you. Meditation helps a lot.   5. Stop smoking. Diabetes raises your chances of having health problems like heart disease , eye disease, stroke,  kidney disease, blood  vessel disease,  nerve damage and foot problems. If you smoke, your chance of getting these problems is even greater. Smoking  also can make it harder to exercise . So try to get rid of this habit.   6. Controlled alcohol consumption: Avoiding excess alcohol may make it easier to control your blood sugar, so if you choose to drink, don't overdo it. The American Diabetes Association advises that women who drink alcohol have no more than one drink a day and men who drink have no more than two. Drinking alcohol can make your blood sugar go too high or too low. Check your blood sugar  before you drink, and take steps to avoid low blood sugars. If you use insulin  or take drugs for your diabetes, eat when you're drinking. Some drinks.. like wine, beer-- may be higher in carbs, so take this into account when counting carbs.  

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    Beautify hands for ever.

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    Did you know that moisturising is not enough to keep your hands looking pretty and supple? There are ways to wash and exfoliate them and miraculous home remedies for younger looking hands.Invest in a good hand creamYes, you know this one. But the trick is not just to invest in one but also learn how to massage your hands with your precious moisturiser. If you have to sit in front of the computer all day your your hands are always on an overdrive. So, you must keep a moisturiser handy even in your office.Home remedy:Mashed Potatoes mixed with milk are great for a hand mask. Good nail careOnce a week, soak your hands in soapy water for a couple of minutes and then file your nails before applying nail paint. You can also opt for just a clear coat of nail varnish too, for the more natural and clean look. Don't scrap off nail paint because this weakens your nails.  Home remedy: Eat foods rich in calcium like dairy products for healthy nails. Washing upWater that is too hot or too cold is not good for the hands, so always try and wash your hands in room temperature water.Home remedy:Boil water and mix 1 tbsp of herbs such as chamomile, calendula and sage. Dip your hands for 15-20 minutes once cool. Dry off and apply a moisturiser.Proper protectionIf you're washing dishes or clothes, or simply dealing with lots of water, wear gloves. Otherwise, simply oil your hands before any work involving water so your hands don't look and feel painfully dry. Always apply sunscreen on your hands before stepping out during the day. Home remedy: Rubbing lemon on your skin gives your hand an even tone.Exfoliate for pretty handsYou need to get rid of dirt and dead skin cells by exfoliating your hands. Exfoliating also improves circulation and keeps your hands looking pretty and young.Home remedy: Take two tablespoons of butter and one tablespoon of sugar. Massage your hands with this mixture till the sugar particles dissolve. Wash off and feel the difference.  

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    8 HEALTHY HABITS TO BE HEALTHY FOREVER

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    1) never wakeup to tea or coffee 2) for good health we need to have something nutritious within 10 minutes of waking up 3) to accelerate fat burning we need to eat every 2 hours a day 4) eat more when more active but make sure eat less when less active  5) don't replace your food with tea coffee  6)sugar is a better option than sweetener  7) full fat is better option than low fat or fat free 8) workout atleast 5 days a week.. 45minutes a day

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    6 Ways To Deal With Period Weight Gain

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    I think every woman worries about weight gain prior to and during her menstruation period. Thinking of what you can do to get yourself relieved from this situation? The first thing you should do is to stop worrying, because weight gain is a natural process associated with the Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS). And one need to note that this is a temporary problem. One can get rid of the issue by following simple lifestyle measures. Most other common issues during the periods are frustration,  stress and anxiety, bloated tummy, stomach cramps and back pain. You must be wondering how much weight does a woman gain during her period? The weight gain rate can vary from woman to woman depending on a number of factors. 500gms to 1.5kg is considered as normal weight gain. There are five basic stages of the menstruation cycle and the weight gain happens during the first three phases of the cycle, i.e., before and during periods. The main cause of weight gain before and during periods is water or fluid retention in the body. Though it is not an issue to be worried about but many women feel concerned about their sudden weight gain, even if they are on a strict diet and workout regimen.   The Reasons For Weight Gain: 1. Water Retention: The most common cause of weight gain is water retention. The water that is absorbed in the body is retained by the body tissues during the menstruation period. This condition is also known as edema. The edema influences the body because of severe hormonal fluctuations, which occur during the periodic cycle. It is normal for any women at such times to feel bloated. In fact, any changes in the bowel movements can also result in water retention by the body. But the main cause is the sudden and abrupt decrease of the progesterone level in the bodies of the individuals. 2.Craving For Food: Increased cravings for food and overeating can also be an important cause behind weight gain before and during the period. During the menstruation period, the consumption of food also increases significantly. The brain perceives this condition as glucose deficiency, which is why, there is a tendency of overeating during the menstruation period. 1. Decrease In The Level Of Magnesium Content: Just before you are about to start with your menstruation cycle, the magnesium levels in your body drops. This can lead to lower levels of insulin, which, on the other hand, increases the craving for glucose. This leads to an increased level of food cravings, especially sugar consumption, and that can lead to weight gain before and during the period. Here are few tips which can help you out from this problem 1) Avoid weighing scale. This is temporary weight gain. So try to avoid weighing scale during these days. 2)Drink water.. drinking a lot of water actually reduces fluid retention and constipation also. Try to have minimum 10 to 12 glasses of water. 3)Reduce salt in your diet. Salt increases fluid retention. Try to avoid processed food as such foods are loaded with salt. 4)yogurt, Mint tea, ginger, cinnamon, fennel seeds, honey, pineapple and flaxseed reduces gas and bloating so can be added in your diet. Avoid milk for few days. 5)Acombination of magnesium, calcium and B6 is very helpful in reducing cravings. An iron supplement can reduce fatigue. Usually most of the women are anemic so feel very low during their periods and munch on wrong foods. It’s much easier to deal with cravings when you’re not hungry. Eat regular, balanced meals. 6)Exercise: keep up your regular exercise routine, during menstrual period try to practise breathing exercises. Exercise helps with bloating and cramping, and it’s a natural painkiller and appetite suppressant.   Just being mindful of these little little things may transform your experience during those crucial days of your month.

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    Protein; a weight loss essential.

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    A high protein intake can make you burn 80-100 more calories per day. Protein is the single most important nutrient for weight loss and good looks and better looking body. Intake of a high protein diet boosts metabolism, reduces appetite and changes several weight-regulating hormones. Protein helps us in loosing weight specially very good for belly fat. Protein supports the development  and maintenance of lean muscle, which leads to your body having a faster metabolism and being able to burn calories more effeiciently. Jackfruit (kathal) is very rich  source of protein Add dates, raisin, guava, prune, banana, apricot, peaches, peanut to your diet These can give u 2 to 4 gms of protein per 100gms of fruit.   These can not fullfill your daily requirement of protein as we need around 1.8gms of protein per kilogram of our weight in sadentry lifestyle but ofcourse can boost out protein intake.  

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    Cholesterol - what to know

    By: Chetna Khanchi

    Cholesterol is a lustrous fat-like substance that naturally we have in all parts of the body. Our body needs some cholesterol to work properly. But if we have too much in our blood, it can combine with other substances in the blood and stick to the walls of our arteries known as plaque. It's a chemical compound that the body requires as a building block for cell membranes and for hormones like estrogen and testosterone.When too much cholesterol is present in the body, it deposits along the inside walls of arteries, causing them to narrow. Our liver produces about 80% of the body's cholesterol and the rest comes from dietary sources like meat, poultry, eggs, fish, and dairy products. plant based foods contain no cholesterol. Cholesterol in our bloodstream is regulated by the liver. After a meal, cholesterol in the diet is absorbed from the small intestine then metabolized and stored in the liver. As the body requires cholesterol, it may be secreted by the liver. There are two main types of cholesterol carried by different types of lipoproteins. Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) are called “bad” cholesterol. High levels of LDL cholesterol deposits in our arteries, may cause heart disease. High-density lipoproteins (HDL) are counted as “good” cholesterol. HDL cholesterol carries cholesterol from other parts of your body back to the liver. Then liver processes the cholesterol out of our body. It’s important to have healthy levels of both types of cholesterol. It is very important to pay attention to the types of fat we consume, as each form of fat influences cholesterol levels differently: Saturated fats are found mostly in meats and dairy products. They signal the liver to produce more bad cholesterol. Unsaturated fats are found mostly in fish, and plants, such as nuts, seeds, beans, and vegetable oils. Certain unsaturated fats can help increase the rate at which the liver reabsorbs and breaks down bad cholesterol. Trans fats are solidified vegetable oils, and are usually made through an artificial process called hydrogenation. They are often found in fried, bakery and packaged foods. They not only lead to increased bad cholesterol levels, but also lower levels of good cholesterol. For this reason, they are considered the unhealthiest fats of all. Foods that increase cholesterol Eating too much saturated fat increases cholesterol levels. This is why it is best to limit the amount of foods we eat that are high in saturated fats such as: Butter Ghee Fatty meat and meat products such as sausages Full fat cheese, milk, cream and yogurt Coconut and palm oils and coconut cream In addition , many foods such as milk chocolate, toffee, cakes, puddings, pastries, pies and rich biscuits, which are made from the list above can also increase cholesterol Here are some cholesterol-friendly, options which we need to consider in our daily routine diets. fatty fish, such as salmon, trout, albacore tuna, (if we prefer non ve food in place of meats we should prefer fish) nuts, seeds, and legumes the skins of fruit are very good non-tropical natural vegetable oils, such as olive oil, canola oil. oats and oat bran, chia and ground flaxseeds, beans, barley, psyllium, oranges, all types of barriers, sprouts Plants do not contain cholesterol and are usually low in saturated fat so vegetables and other plant-based foods should be used regularly in a diet to lower cholesterol. These include oat cereals, barley fruit, vegetables, soya foods and drinks, beans and pulses, nuts and seeds such as: Porridge of wheat, oats, barley Oatbran Oat breakfast cereals if sort of time. Prefer roti or bread made with 50% oat flour or oat bran. Pearl barley, even normal barley will do called jau in hindi Baked beans, black beans, peas, chickpeas, kidney beans, mung beans, Red lentils, green lentils Vegetables rich in soluble, citrus fruits, turnip, sweet potato and mango, Tofu, soya products in place of milk Almonds, pistachios, walnuts,cashews, peanuts (always unsalted) Your choice of food can help you to lead a healthy cholesterol free life.

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