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Dr. Deepa Agarwal is the best and famous leading Dietician / Dietitian / Nutritionist in Hyderabad. She provides individualized nutrition consultations for weight loss, fat loss, reduce belly / tummy fat, weight gain, gain muscle mass, diet in pregnancy and lactation, pediatric diet, diabetes diet, hypertension, cardiovascular, renal issues, bariatrics, cancer, sports nutrition, PCOD, PCOS. Nutrition advice is also given for brides and grooms for good skin and hair.

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Hydration During Summers!!

Our bodies are 60% water by weight, and proper hydration is absolutely essential for our overall health. After all, the water we consume optimizes blood pressure, regulates body temperature, lubricates joints, moves waste out of the body, and aids in digestion.

And with increased summer temperatures and outdoor activities comes increased water loss—through sweating and evaporation—as your body works to stay cool.

Recommendations for water vary depending on weight, age, and activity level but an easy one to remember is 8x8, or 8 glasses of 8 ounces (30ml) of water each day. Whether you prefer limes, lemons, oranges, berries, or cucumbers, infusing your water with fresh fruit can make for a refreshing and spa-like beverage, without any added artificial sweeteners or preservatives.

Yes, juices, milk, and herbal teas can all help hydrate your body—even caffeinated drinks (in moderation) can provide you with much-needed water. However, water is what your body is really craving, so you might as well go straight to the source. Sticking with H2O will help you skip the unnecessary sugars, additives, and caffeine found in other drinks.

The good news is that only 70-80% of your daily hydration needs to come from water; 20-30% should actually come from food! All whole fruits and vegetables contain some amount of water, but munch on these top picks for maximum benefit:

97% water: Cucumbers
96% water: Celery
95% water: Tomatoes, radishes
93% water: Red, yellow, green bell peppers
92% water: Cauliflower, watermelon
91% water: Spinach, strawberries, broccoli
90% water: Grapefruit

Water is truly the elixir of life. As you experience all the wonderful milestones of summer, remember to drink plenty of water and eat a diet rich in hydrating whole fruits and vegetables to keep you going strong all summer long. Your body (and mind) will thank you!

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Beat The Heat with Watermelon Gazpacho!!!

Check out this new and amazing recipe for a fantastic Watermelon Gazpacho!

Ingredients
½ cup of finely chopped red onion
½ cup of roughly chopped red onion
1 cup roughly chopped red bell peppers
¾ cup of finely chopped red bell peppers
1 cup roughly chopped peeled and seeded cucumbers
1 cup of finely chopped peeled and seeded cucumbers
1 Tbsp of roughly chopped jalapeno
1 Tbsp of finely chopped jalapeno
2 cups of fresh tomatoes
6 - 7 cups of chopped seedless watermelon
¼ cup of chopped cilantro
¼ - ½ cup of red wine vinegar
1 Tbsp rock salt
1 Tbsp olive oil

Garnish:
sour cream
diced avocado
cilantro

Instructions

Take your roughly chopped onion, bell pepper, cucumber, jalapeno, and cilantro into a blender. Add tomatoes and pulse until it is pureed. Add the watermelon now, and pulse again until smooth. Pour this into a large bowl.

Taste the gazpacho and add the red wine vinegar to help balance the sweetness of watermelon and the tomatoes. You may need more or less vinegar depending on the sweetness and acidic levels of the watermelon and tomatoes. I would start with ¼ cup of vinegar. Whisk in salt and olive oil once done balancing.

Now stir in the finely chopped onions, bell pepper, cucumber, and jalapeno. Chill this for at least an hour so that the flavors have time to blend. Add more salt if needed.

Now garnish to your liking using sour cream, diced avocado, and cilantro.

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What is Keto Diet???

A Keto diet involves removing (or significantly reducing) your carbohydrate intake. It’s a diet that consists of high fat and high protein foods.

Ketosis is basically where your body uses fat and protein for fuel, instead of carbohydrates.

When you remove carbohydrates (or significantly reduce them) from your diet, your body has no choice but to start using fat and protein for fuel instead. By cutting out a major food group (carbohydrates) you will increase your bodies ability to burn fat and also reduce the overall number of calories you consume (which will lead to further weight loss).

If you are overweight then the obvious health benefit to following a ketosis food plan is weight loss. The heavier you are the more stress that you place on your vital organs: heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach, intestines, etc.

Losing weight will reduce this unnecessary stress and help you to function more efficiently. A ketones diet also has a powerful effect on improving mental functioning (focus, memory, mood, etc)

POSITIVE EFFECTS OF KETOGENIC DIETING…

Rapid weight loss

Reduced Inflammation – less bloating, and puffiness around the eyes,
less aches and joint pains, clearer mental focus, positive mood

Increased Energy – after the 1-2 week break in phase, people tend to start feeling vibrant and energised.

Reduced Hunger & Cravings – after a couple of weeks on a ketogenic food plan hunger tends to slow down and your body gets used to the high fat/high protein foods

Clearer Skin – It’s common to experience improvements to your skin when switching to a ketogenic diet.

NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF KETOSIS…

Headaches and mood swings – it’s not uncommon to experience fatigue, headaches and mood swings, especially during the first few weeks. This is largely down to your body adapting to the new keto foods and flushing toxins out of your system.

Cravings – if your current diet is rich in fast food/carbohydrates then you will likely experience cravings (again usually lasts for a couple of weeks) when switching to keto. This is because your body is used to the sugars and stimulants, so when you remove them you experience a withdrawal.

Poor Sleep – carbohydrates help us relax and release feel good hormones that promote good quality sleep. One of the side effects that can happen on a keto plan is experiencing poor sleep. It’s usually a temporary phase and there are supplements which you can buy to help you get a good nights sleep (magnesium, zinc and melatonin)

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Follow these 5 Daily Eating Habits and you will lose weight without counting calories

1. Eat slowly and STOP when you are 80% full.
It takes approximately 20 minutes for your gut to tell your brain that it is FULL. You can pack in a lot of food during those 20 minutes. To prevent over-eating, eat slowly. Take a bite and put your fork down and talk, drink, take a break. Try to spread your meal over a 20-minute period. When you start to feel full (80% full), stop eating. Take whatever is left on your plate and put it in Tupperware to eat at another time.

2. Eat protein dense foods with each meal.
This would visually be about the size of your palm. This is 30 to 40 grams, or 4 to 6 ounces. By eating this much protein at every meal, you will stimulate your metabolism, improve muscle mass and recovery, and reduce body fat. Examples of protein dense foods are:

* Lean meats such as beef, chicken, turkey, bison, venison
* Fish such as salmon, tuna, and cod
* Eggs
* Dairy including cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, and cheese
* Beans, peas, legumes, tofu, tempeh
* Whey protein
* Plant based protein – pea, hemp, rice, soy

3. Eat non-starch vegetables at each meal.
Shoot for 2 fist-sized servings at every meal. That includes breakfast.

4. Eat some carbohydrate dense foods with most meals.
Especially AFTER exercise. This would consist of a cupped handful. Carbohydrate sources include:

* Breads and cereal grain – Whole grain or sprouted grain
* Pasta – Whole grain or sprouted grain
* Rice – Whole grain
* Oats – Steel cut
* Quinoa
* Sweet potatoes
* Corn
* Legumes, beans, and lentils

5. Eat healthy fat dense foods with most meals.
This would include 1 thumb of fat dense food with most meals. This would include the following:

* Saturated Fats – Animal fats (found in eggs, meat, dairy, butter, cheeses, coconut oil, palm oil)

* Monounsaturated fats: Nuts, Olives, Olive oil, Peanuts, Peanut butter, Avocado, Canola oil

* Polyunsaturated fats: Fish oil, Algae oils, Sunflower seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Soy nuts, Walnuts, Flax oil, Chia seeds, Brasil nuts

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