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Dr. Somya Shrivastava

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Memberships: 
  • Indian Dietetics Association (IDA)
  • Obesity Surgery Society of India (OSSICON)
  • Indian Association for Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition (IAPEN)
  • European Society for Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition (ESPEN)
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • 12 Years
Education & Training: 
  • M.Sc Food & Nutrition,M.H College of Science & Home Science
  • B.Sc  Home Science, Lady Irwin College
  • Certificate Course in Critical Care Nutrition
  • Certificate Course in Sports Nutrition
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education
  • Certificate Course in Pediatric Nutrition
  • Trained Bariatric Nutritionist
Awards Information: 
  • Scientific Research papers presentation at  National  & International level
  • GEM Award by Max healthcare
  • Awarded Best Dietician of the Year
  • Health Articles in various leading newspapers
  • Conducting Workshops in Bariatric Nutrition
  • Edited & written Bariatric Recipe Guide
  • Volunteer Blood Donor
  • Volunteer for POSHAN Abhiyaan
  • Volunteer for Robin Hood Army
  • Volunteer for Gautam Gambhir Foundation for health talks
Duration Of OPD: 

      Monday,Wednesday,Friday

  • 10:00am- 12:00pm

Love Your Age

April 23, 2019 0 2 minutes, 19 seconds read

We women can be world class guilt junkies. We manage our careers, mother our kids, manage our homes and in general do the balance beam act on daily basis. Perfectionism may seem like a desirable trait, but to boost your health, aim for just enough. Its small changes those are most effective. So forget perfect!

Here are the “good enough” guidelines for get-fit recommendations that will ensure you’re on your way to a longer, healthier life.

The thrilling 30s is the time when one is finally coming into herself and feeling confidence about who you are. Busy with your career, raising kids, managing job and family takes a toll on your health. To top it, metabolism starts to slow down, and before you realise there is weight gain and increase in waist line.

Power Plan: Watch your diet and start exercising: You are what you eat. Keeping an eye on what you eat and the physical exercise that you do will have a positive impact on your health. A well balanced diet with at least a 30 minute of high intensity workout or 1 hr of brisk walk every day should be done. Maintain work –life balance, sleep well and try to be stress free.

The Fabulous 40s is when you suddenly realize that age is catching up with high levels of stress because of worries about kids, health and finances. But getting preventive habits will keep you healthier, sharper and more energetic.

Power Plan: Start your day right by eating a healthy breakfast, include proteins, nuts and seeds and fruits and be energetic through the day. Jump starts your metabolism by strength training and exercise daily. Get your daily dose of calcium and vitamin D for a stronger you.

The forceful 50s when you feel lonely, with kids on their own and home managed well. You need to manage menopause which affects almost all systems of the body, causing hot flushes, raising risks of heart disease and osteoporosis.

Power Plan: Focus on what you eat, include more of fruits and veggies, cut down on carbs, balance your intake of protein and fats. Get your micronutrients – zinc, iron, Vitamin B12, vitamin D, and E from natural sources and popping a multivitamin to cover your bases. Get enough sleep, for at least 7 hours to improve mood and better memory.

The steadfast 60s is the new 40s provided you developed good health habits in your 40s and 50s. This is also the decade for the onset of diseases; make you less mobile and low quality of life.

Power Plan: Eat healthy; include a lot of fiber in your diet as 50% of women have gut related issues. Get your key nutrients like Vitamin B12, Vitamin D. Be active, it will help to elevate mood, strengthening bones, control life style diseases.

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Dr. Diksha Sharma

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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • Worked as Clinical Nutritionist at Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh from 1st January 2015-10th May 2016.
  • Worked as Clinical Nutritionist at Park Hospital from 12th May 2016 to 16th August 2016.
  • Working as Clinical Nutritionist at Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh from 19th August 2016 till date.
Education & Training: 
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics And Public Health Nutrition from Lady Irwin College (DU)
  • Bsc. Home Science ( P) from Lady Irwin College (DU)
Speciality Interest: 
  • Oncology Nutrition.
Duration Of OPD: 

 3rd Floor OPD-D Room No-4

  • Mon –sat - (11:00am-1:00pm).

INDIAN DIET PLAN IN PREGNANCY

July 20, 2018 0 94 1 minute, 56 seconds read

To make sure that what you eat helps your body and also helps you stay interested, spread out your food through the day by following different food ideas. You can mix and match the following depending on how much you can eat and whether you are vegetarian or non vegetarian.

PRE BREAKFAST SNACK

  • A glass of plain cow’s milk
  • Almond milk
  • Milkshake
  • Apple juice
  • Tomato juice
  • Dry fruits

BREAKFAST

  • Bowl of fruits
  • Wheat rava upma with lots of vegetables
  • Poha with lots of vegetables
  • Oats porridge
  • Whole wheat toast with butter and omelet
  • Vegetable omelet
  • Paranthas with fillings of spinach, dal, potatoes, carrots, beans, cottage cheese, cheese with curd
  • Mixed bean cutlet or patties
  • Some fruits to go along with the breakfast such as apricots, dates, sweet fig, banana, oranges
  • Cheese toast or cheese and vegetable sandwich
  • Vegetable khandvi
  • Rice sevai with lots of vegetables

MID MORNING SNACK

  • Tomato soup
  • Spinach soup
  • Creamy spinach soup
  • Carrot and beet soup
  • Chicken soup

LUNCH

  • Roti with choice of dal, vegetable and a bowl of curd
  • Parantha with dal and a bowl of curd
  • Carrot and peas parantha with a bowl of curd and some butter
  • Jeera or pea rice with raita
  • Rice, dal and vegetable with vegetable salad
  • Lemon rice with peas and some vegetable salad
  • Vegetable khichdi
  • Chicken salad with lots of fresh vegetables or vegetable soup
  • Chicken curry with rice
  • Grilled chicken with a bowl of curd
  • Rice, dal, mint raita and a fruit
  • Kofta curry with rice
  • Cottage cheese parantha with butter and vegetable salad
  • Curd rice
  • Parantha with sprouted beans salad

EVENING SNACK

  • Cheese and corn sandwich
  • Vegetable idli
  • Spinach and tomato idli
  • Sevaiya with lots of vegetables
  • Carrot or lauki halwa
  • Fruit smoothie with fresh fruits such as banana or strawberry
  • Roasted peanut mixture with vegetables
  • Cauliflower and peas samosa
  • Bread cutlet
  • Chicken cutlet
  • Chicken sandwich
  • Chicken soup
  • A bowl of dried dates or dry fruits
  • A cup of green tea
  • Milk porridge with oats, sevaior daliya
  • Vegetable daliya
  • Mixed vegetable uttapam

DINNER

  • Rice with dal, spinach vegetable, and some green salad
  • Roti with a bowl of dal, a vegetable of choice and a glass of buttermilk
  • Mixed dal khichdi with a vegetable curry and a bowl of curd
  • Vegetable pulaoor chicken rice with a bowl of yogurt
  • Plain parantha with a glass of buttermilk

 

 

 

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Dr. Charu Khanna

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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • Dietician for all IPD & OPD Patients ensuring Optimal Diet, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Sarita Vihar (2005-2008)
  • Centre Manager, Adiva IVF & Birthing Center, Anand Lok (2010-2011)
  • Chief Dietician at Adiva Group of Hospitals (2014-2016)
     
Education & Training: 
  • B.Sc. Food and Nutrition from Lady Irwin College
  • Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition from Lady Irwin College
  • M.Sc. in Food and Nutrition from Jodhpur University (Gold Medalist)
     
Duration Of OPD: 

   Max Multi Speciality Centre, Panchsheel Park

  • Tuesday & Thursday - 6:00pm to 8:00 PM
Research & Publication: 
  • Make "Food" a  source of +ve Health; Sept. 2014, Hospitality Talk
  • What’s making organic  food a fad; Nov. 2014, Hospitality Talk
  • Bon Voyage; Jan. 2015- Hospitality Talk
  • Live while making a living; Apr. 2015 Hospitality Talk
  • Diet Regime; May 2015, Hospitality Talk
  • Keep your calories in check; Aug. 2015, Hospitality Talk
     

Dr. Charu Dua

Memberships: 
  • Elected - Executive Member IDA
  • Life Member of Indian Dietetic Association
  • Life Member ISPEN (Indian Society of Enteral and Parenteral nutrition)
  • Life Member NFI (Nutrition foundation India)
  • Life Member NSI (Nutrition Society Of India)
  • Member of the DDRC (Dec 1999 to Dec 2000)
  • Elected member of Indian Dietetics Association
  • Panel member of Celiac Society of India
  • Advisory board member of Nutrition in Oncology Abbott India
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • With extensive experience of more than 20 years
  • Headed the department of dietetics at Max Healthcare Saket
  • Worked in Abbott India Ltd., Delhi Gymkhana Club and was freelancing with Johnson & Johnson, Novonor disk, Dr AK Jhigan, Dr M C Srivastava
  • Head of Department- Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj and Vaishali
  • Established Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics speciality at Max Healthcare
Education & Training: 
  • B.Sc (Home Science), DDPHN – Lady Irwin College Delhi
  • Diabetes Educator Course under project Hope 2010
  • Diabetes Educator Workshop Certificate from University Newcastle, Australia and Copenhagen, Denmark
  • NABH Assessor – QCI, Statutory Regulations for Healthcare – QCI.
  • ISO Internal Assessor – Max Healthcare
  • Service Excellence Training – Max Healthcare
  • F&B Service standards – Max Healthcare
  • Healthcare Communication Skills -CAHO
Awards Information: 
  • Best Speaker award in a CME on Recent Trends in Enteral Nutrition – Max Healthcare
  • Awarded Platinum Women Award by Lady Irwin College in year 2007
  • Best Speaker Award at Diabetes Management Workshop for Nurses
  • Quality Award for Good performance to department of Dietetics & F&B – Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital
  • Awarded Max Excellence Day Award under Green Belt category for F&B division- 2016-2017
  • Awarded Best Department Award in Max Healthcare for two consecutive years, 2016 - 2017; 2017 - 2018
  • Authored a book on nutrition for CBSE students
Speciality Interest: 
  • Diabetes diet counseling
  • Renal Patient Counseling
  • Critically ill Patients on Ryles tube feeding
  • Weight loss
Duration Of OPD: 

       Max Super Speciality Hospital, Vaishali

  • ​Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

       Max Multi Speciality Centre, Noida

  • Tuesday- 9 am to 11pm
  • Wednesday - 12pm to 2pm,
  • Friday - 6pm to 8pm
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