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Diabetic Diet

Right nutrition and proper physical activity are important parts of a healthy lifestyle when we have diabetes. A healthy meal plan and being active can help us to keep our blood glucose levels in target range. To manage our blood glucose, we need to balance what we eat - drink with physical activity and medicine, (if we take any). What we choose to eat, how much we eat, and when we eat are all important in keeping our blood glucose level in the range.

Diet for digestive disorders

Diet and nutrition are known to play key roles in many chronic gastrointestinal diseases, both pathogenesis and therapeutic possibilities. A strong correlation between symptomatology, disease activity and eating habits has been observed in many common diseases, both organic and functional, such as inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome. A right diet plan can help any individuals to minimise his / her digestive complication, in our clinic we provide customise diet plan based on doctor’s recommendation which can improve our food habits and quality of life.

Heart-healthy diet

Cardiac diet or heart-healthy diet is an eating plan that emphasizes foods that promote good heart health, such as vegetables and fruits, whole grains and fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids. The diet also limits the processed foods that are high in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats, because these increase the risk of heart disease, in heart healthy diet plan we provide customise diet chart based on doctor requirement to protect your heart.

Renal diet

A renal diet is a diet aimed at keeping levels of fluids, electrolytes, and minerals balanced in the body in individuals with CKD (chronic kidney disease) or who are on dialysis. Dietary changes may include the restriction of fluid intake, protein, and electrolytes including sodium, phosphorus, and potassium, Calories may also be supplemented if the individual is losing weight undesirably. The customise diet may help to limit the build-up of waste products within the body and reduce strain on the kidneys, as well as reduce blood pressure and lower the risk of fluid build-up around the heart and lungs.

Diet during pregnancy

The basic principles of healthy eating in pregnancy remain the same which get plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and healthy fats. However, few nutrients in a pregnancy diet deserve special attention and they are... • Folate and folic acid - Folate is a B vitamin that helps prevent serious problems with the developing brain and spinal cord and folic acid helps to form the neural tube. • Calcium — Strengthen bones • Vitamin D — Promote bone strength • Protein — Promote growth • Iron — Prevent iron deficiency anaemia We provide your customise diet chart during these crucial days keeping all the above-mentioned points in mind for the good health of mother and child.

Nutrition for cancer patient

It is very important to maintain proper nutrition before, during, and after cancer treatment. Such treatments may involve radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, biological immunotherapy, and/or surgery. These procedures and medications can cause many individuals to lose appetite and energy, putting them at an increased risk for malnutrition, your food choices when you have cancer and are undergoing treatment may be very different from what you are used to eating.

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