Every individual is unique with a different lifestyle, different likes and dislikes & different eating habits. We strongly believe that you can never have “One Diet Fit for All”. While the importance of good nutrition is known to all and enough and more information is available on the internet today, there is a void in the understanding of lifestyle diseases and their implications on health.
Our health workshops are based on the dietary guidelines for Indians recommended by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and focus on creating awareness on lifestyle diseases and managing them through dietary interventions. These workshops are designed for corporate & MSMEs keeping in mind the varied demands at work and stress levels across different hierarchical levels within the organizations.
We engage with schools and educational institutions to inspire kids to imbibe habits of “Right Nutrition” in their formative years. The entire program is designed to help communicate this in a fun and easy learn the way.
We engage with parents to equip them to handhold their kids to inculcate the right eating habits. These interventions are critical since the nutrition and food habits in childhood have a significant impact on health in their adulthood. Our personal dietary counseling sessions involve a detailed discussion with our clients, educating them on why we need to change their way of eating and how this can be accomplished. An extremely personalized plan is charted out and a realistic goal is set during the process.
A weekly follow-up helps reinforce good eating practices which result in a lifestyle change. No medicines – pills or powders – are given to any clients. Kids Nutrition Every child is special and has a right to good nourishment. Mothers are perennially concerned “if my child is eating right”. Times are changing; the lack of open spaces makes outdoor games for children a rare sight. Children then resort to playing indoor games or are busy with their smartphones and computers.
Fondness for junk food is increasing at an unbelievable pace. Chips, cookies, fries, burgers, pizzas, etc. which were once enjoyed occasionally have become a daily affair. All this has resulted in disproportionate levels of child obesity, low immunity in children, early onset of menarche, and so on. On the other hand, we have children who are picky eaters and it is a tiring effort by the mother to ensure adequate nourishment. It is proven that academic achievement is linked to kids’ nutrition and physical activity.
We help you and your child understand what good eating habits are and how these can be incorporated to make lifestyle changes to ensure the right nutrition for our kids.
The primary focus areas are:
Diet for Underweight Kids,
Guidance on Healthy Eating Habits,
Diet to Improve Immunity
Sportsmen or Athletes have a grueling regimen. A rigorous workout makes “right nutrition” even more vital. Very often, sportsmen are encouraged to eat exponential amounts of eggs and supplements.
There is no clear understanding of pre-workout foods and post-workout foods and how to balance nutrition during the rest of the day. This makes the role of a certified dietitian unique, wherein after a detailed understanding of the person’s schedule, a comprehensive diet plan is charted out.
We have come across athletes who are unaware of the right eating habits and a dietary intervention has not only helped them become leaner and fitter but even optimized their performance.
The key programs have been designed for:
Diet for Marathoners,
Performance Enhancement Guidance for Athletes and Gymnasts.
Although both dietitians and nutritionists assist clients in determining the ideal diets and foods to satisfy their health needs, their qualifications are distinct. Dietitians can help people with specific health problems like eating disorders by making meal suggestions.
In general, a dietitian’s function is more controlled than that of a nutritionist, and the distinction is due to the type of education and professional training received. A dietician must have various licences and qualifications in order to practise. The term “nutritionist” is less regulated than “dietitian” and has a broader definition. Nutritionists and dietitians may specialise in different areas.
Both dieticians and nutritionists are qualified to help individuals with issues such as weight loss / weight gain, fatigue reduction, improving hair/skin quality and digestive diseases. Dieticians would be able to provide advice related to specific health conditions like eating disorders, PCOS, diabetes, Dull skin, High Cholesterol,High Sugar,Lack Of Stamina,Lower Immunity,Weight gain etc. Nutritionists can also have specialisations like sports nutrition, for example.