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Eat a Rainbow Everyday says Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad

Whilst there’s no one particular food or nutrient that gives us everything we need, likewise, no *one* colour provides all th - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Eat a Rainbow Everyday says Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad

Whilst there’s no one particular food or nutrient that gives us everything we need, likewise, no *one* colour provides all the available nutritional power either. Every colour found in food, whether it’s green, red, purple, blue, yellow, and even white, reveals something nutritionally quite unique. By choosing a variety of colour in the diet, preferably at each meal, we can all be sure of enjoying a rich and varied spectrum of nutrients. For those who find nutritional science intimidating, or worse a “turn-off”, eating by the colours is not only more appealing, it’s easy as ABC. Often the best advice to give is simply to “eat the rainbow” every day!
Breakfast
• Greens and Blues - Avocado, watercress and blueberry smoothie
• Reds, oranges and yellows - Slices banana, papaya and mango, topped with fresh pomegranate seeds
Lunch
• Reds, oranges and yellows - Carrot, tomato and red chilli soup, with a baked sweet potato and radicchio salad
• All greens - Salad of baby spinach and lamb's lettuce, with avocado, pumpkin seeds, chopped cucumber, sliced courgette and green olives
Snack
• White - white bean hummus with raw cauliflower florets
• Green - Nori seaweed wraps filled with sliced avocado, alfalfa and sliced cucumber
Dinner
• White and purple - Stir fry of onion, garlic, mushrooms, purple sprouting brocolli, red and white cabbage, with mixed white beans and kedney beans
• A full rainbow meal - Leafy green salad of romaine lettuce, watercress and chicory, topped with avocado, cucumber, red and yellow pepper, carrot, courgette, tomato . . . and garnished with arame seaweed strips, Nori flakes, chopped mint and pomegranate seeds.
Dessert
• Blues - Freshly sliced purple figs with blueberry and blackberry sorbet

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  Friday, March 10, 2017 7:48:00 AM

Almonds Can Improve Diabetes Control says Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad

Two new studies into the potential health benefits of eating almonds have supported evidence that they can help - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Almonds Can Improve Diabetes Control says Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad

Two new studies into the potential health benefits of eating almonds have supported evidence that they can help people with type 2 diabetes to maintain their blood glucose and cholesterol levels.

One of the studies, published in the journal, Metabolism, showed that consuming an ounce of almonds straight before eating a high-starch meal brought a 30 per cent reduction in post-meal glucose levels for patients with type 2 diabetes, compared with a 7 per cent reduction for non-diabetics. In addition, after overnight fasting, patients with type 2 diabetes whose meal contained almonds had a lowering of blood sugar levels after their meal.
The effect of regular almond consumption on blood glucose levels for people with type 2 diabetes was also investigated, with the daily consumption of one ounce of almonds over a 12-week period being associated with a 4 per cent reduction in haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) and the same reduction in body mass index (BMI).

The second study, which was published in Diabetes Care, revealed that nuts such as almonds could help to maintain healthy levels of blood glucose and cholesterol for both men and post-menopausal women who suffer from type 2 diabetes. Consuming 1-ounce serving, which is about 23 almonds would be beneficial. One ounce of almonds contains 161 calories, 6 grams of protein, and 3 grams of dietary fiber.

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  Monday, March 13, 2017 10:39:05 AM

Benefits of Jaggery....

1. Prevents constipation: Jaggery activates the digestive enzymes in the body, stimulates bowel movements and thus helps prevent and relieve constipation.

2. Detoxes the live - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Benefits of Jaggery....

1. Prevents constipation: Jaggery activates the digestive enzymes in the body, stimulates bowel movements and thus helps prevent and relieve constipation.

2. Detoxes the liver: Jaggery helps cleanse the liver by flushing out harmful toxins from the body. So if you want to effectively detox your body, bite into a piece of jaggery.

3. Treats flu-like symptoms: Fight symptoms of a cold and cough with the help of gur. All you need to do is mix it with warm water and drink up, or even add it in your tea instead of sugar to reap the benefits.

4. Blood purifier: One of the most well-known benefits of jaggery is its ability to purify the blood. When consumed on a regular basis and in limited quantities, it cleanses the blood, leaving your body healthy.

5. Boosts immunity: Jaggery is loaded with antioxidants and minerals such as zinc and selenium, which in turn help prevent free-radical damage and also boost resistance against infections. Jaggery also helps increase the total count of haemoglobin in the blood.

6. Weight Loss: Weight loss: "Jaggery is surprisingly effective as an aid for weight loss. This is because jaggery is a rich source of potassium, which is a mineral that helps in the balance of electrolytes as well as building muscles and boosting metabolism. Potassium also helps in the reduction of water retention, which helps in managing your weight".These factors play an important role in effective weight loss, so if you're looking to lose some unwanted pounds, include this food in your diet.

7. Prevents anaemia: Jaggery is rich in iron and folate which help prevent anaemia by ensuring that a normal level of red blood cells is maintained. This is especially beneficial for pregnant women.

8. Boosts intestinal health: Jaggery also boosts intestinal strength due to its high magnesium content. With every 10 gram of jaggery, you get 16 mg of magnesium, which is 4 percent of the daily requirement of this mineral.

9. Good source of energy: While sugar is a simple carbohydrate that gets absorbed in the bloodstream instantly and gives instant energy, jaggery is a complex carbohydrate that gives energy to the body gradually and for a longer time. This means that the levels of blood sugar do not get raised immediately. It also helps prevent fatigue and weakness of the body.

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  Friday, December 8, 2017 12:09:11 PM

Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician and Nutritionist in Hyderabad says, if you have been worried about your weight during Diwali, then relax. Discover a new healthy, sustainable way of celebrating diwali - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician and Nutritionist in Hyderabad says, if you have been worried about your weight during Diwali, then relax. Discover a new healthy, sustainable way of celebrating diwali this year. Here are some healthy eating tips to keep a check on your weight.

Mark The Festive Holidays With `Red`

• Start thinking about `not eating` well before the start of festive holidays.
• Mark them as weight gain days (beside many others stressors like examination, marriage, illness, births and deaths and child births).
• As there are many festivities in the Indian culture including ekadashis, amavasyas, special poojas all all the traditional and contemporary festivals, one must mark them red as each will lead to certain wt gain which then will have to be offset with dieting and exercise.

Sensible Eating During Festivals

• Sharing sweets gives maximum pleasure: Share sweets with everyone, so you don't end up eating too many.
• Try and serve healthy options like fresh and dry fruits to people visiting you.
• Try and serve smaller portions of sweets.
• Dry fruits are a good option, instead of fried foods and other sweets.
• Try foods that have lot of water content as they are filling and are low in calories, fats and sugars, such as chestnuts, green chana, germinated seeds, `makhana`.
• Coffee and tea, Thandai and natural extracts in beverage form (rose water, kewara water, jaljeera) are other healthy options.
• Try and prepare healthy versions of your favourite sweets, with natural ingredients.

  Friday, October 21, 2016 12:07:17 PM

Summer Foods: Recommended by Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad.

Watermelon is more than 91 percent water. This means that eating watermelon on a hot summer day is a tasty way to help you  - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Summer Foods: Recommended by Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad.

Watermelon is more than 91 percent water. This means that eating watermelon on a hot summer day is a tasty way to help you stay hydrated and avoid dehydration. Watermelon is also an excellent source of lycopene, with upwards of 6, 500 micrograms in less than half a cup.

Lycopene's antioxidant activity has long been suggested to be more powerful than that of other carotenoids, such as beta-carotene. In one study, after controlling for other stroke risk factors, such as older age and diabetes, they found that men with the highest blood levels of lycopene were 55 percent less likely to have a stroke than those with the lowest.

Watermelon also contains citrulline, which in your body is converted into L-arginine, which is a precursor to nitric oxide. Nitric oxide may help your vessels stay relaxed and open for blood flow, which is one reason why it may help lower blood pressure.

What else is watermelon good for? It's rich in anti-inflammatory substances. For instance, watermelon contains the anti-inflammatory antioxidant lycopene as well as cucurbitacin E, or tripterpenoid.

This blocks the activity of the pain and inflammation-causing enzyme cyclooxygenase – the same enzyme blocked by COX-2 inhibitors, which include most NSAID drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen.

While being very low in calories (about 46 calories in a cup) watermelon also contains an impressive variety of other important nutrients including:

Vitamin C
Vitamin B6
Potassium
Vitamin A
Magnesium
It's not only watermelon that's beneficial to consume in the summer – other melons, like cantaloupe, muskmelon, and honeydew, are also beneficial.

Cantaloupes, for instance, provide an excellent source of antioxidants, like vitamin C and vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids). They also contain important nutrients like potassium, folate, copper, B vitamins, vitamin K, magnesium, and fiber.

If you eat the seeds (yes, they're edible), you'll also get beneficial plant-based omega-3 fat in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. With relatively few calories (about 54 per cup) and low fructose (2.8 grams in one-eighth of a medium melon), this is one fruit you can feel good about eating.

  Sunday, February 28, 2016 8:59:14 PM