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Top 10 best dietitians in punchkula


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Top 10 best dietitians in punchkula

  1. 1. Best Dietitian
  2. 2. Best Dietitian in Chandigarh or Best Dietician in Chandigarh who can help them with their questions, diet and also help them health, Lifestyle. People are searching for many things Like: ● Control High Blood Pressure ● Low/High blood pressure diet Plan ● Perfect diet plan for weight loss ● Weight loss diet plan ● Weight gain diet plan
  3. 3. Nutritionists & Dietitians ■ These pros work closely with a wide variety of people, spreading the good word about proper nutrition.
  4. 4. Duties ■ Their duties vary, depending on their job. For example, they might develop nutrition programs for hospital patients, advise clients on losing weight, or prepare reports on the benefits of dietary fiber.
  5. 5. ■ Dietitians are often referred to as “nutritionists,” but registered dietitians have more education and training than nutritionists. Dietitians also have greater job responsibilities and earn higher salaries than nutritionists.
  6. 6. As a dietitian, you might work in any of the following settings: ■ Hospitals ■ Nursing care facilities ■ Public health clinics ■ Home health agencies ■ Corporate cafeterias ■ Food Manufacturers ■ Private practice
  7. 7. ■ Registered dietitians assess the nutritional needs of both sick and healthy people and then develop individualized plans of care to improve or maintain health.
  8. 8. Dietitians often recommend therapeutic diets ■ therapeutic diets are special diets developed to treat disease or metabolic disorders.
  9. 9. Examples of Therapeutic Diets ■ Regular diet ■ Liquid diet ■ Soft diet ■ Diabetic diet ■ Calorie controlled diet ■ Low cholesterol diet ■ Fat restricted (low-fat) diet ■ Sodium restricted diet ■ Protein diet ■ Bland diet ■ Low residue diet
  10. 10. Regular diet ■ Balanced diet ■ At times it has a slightly reduced caloric content ■ Foods such as rich desserts, cream sauces, salad dressings and fried foods may be decreased or omitted
  11. 11. Liquid diet ■ Nutritionally inadequate and should be used for short periods of time ■ Uses: ◻ After surgery or heart attack ◻ Patients with acute infections or digestive problems ◻ To replace fluids lost by vomiting or diarrhea ◻ Before some Xrays of digestive tract
  12. 12. 2 types of liquid diets ■ Clear liquid diet ◻ Water, apple of grape juice, fat-free broth, plain gelatin, popsicles, ginger ale, tea, coffee ■ Full liquid diet ◻ Everything on clear liquid diet plus strained soups and cereals, fruits and vegetable juices, yogurt, hot cocoa, custard, ice cream, pudding, sherbet, and eggnog.
  13. 13. Soft Diet– similar to a regular diet, but foods must require little chewing and be easy to digest. ■ Avoid meat and shellfish, coarse cereals, spicy foods, rich desserts, fried foods, raw fruits and veggies, nuts and coconuts
  14. 14. Diabetic diet– for people whose body does not produce enough insulin to metabolize carbohydrates. ■ Avoid sugar-heavy foods such as candy, soft drinks, desserts, cookies, syrup, honey, jams & jellies. ■ The new trend is to count only carbs since blood sugar levels are most affected by carbs. ■ The patient then takes an amount of insulin based upon the amount of carbs eaten.
  15. 15. Sodium Restricted diet— (low sodium or low salt diet) ■ Used for patients with cardiovascular diseases such as high blood pressure or congestive heart disease or kidney disease. ■ Avoid or limit addition of salt to any food, avoid smoked meats, or fish, processed foods, pickles,
  16. 16. High Protein diet—used for children and adolescents who need additional growth, pregnant women, patients before and/or after surgery, patients suffering from burns, fevers, or infections. ■ Regular diet with added protein rich foods such as meats, fish, milk, cheese and eggs