Weight Loss Diet plans
We provide specialized Indian and fusion weight loss (diet) programs after carefully considering your food allergies and health conditions (based on medical reports and other blood tests). Occupancy and/or lifestyle/schedules also affect your body’s metabolic function and which is also taken care of while planning your diet schedule. We also factor in your emotional behavior, preferred meal types, and other traditional, religious, and cultural compulsions during your journey of weight loss.
We provide a nutritious diet plan that is balanced, healthy, and specially crafted for athletes and those who exercise more frequently than others. People with such a lifestyle require more nutrients to aid their recovery and enhance their performance in their specialized activities or sports.
Therapeutic Diet Plans
A regulated and controlled diet is integral to a patient’s recovery during or post-treatment. We can help design a diet schedule that suits the patient’s palate and needs. As per our experience, conditions like hypertension and diabetes are the direct consequence of obesity, and little mindful food intake can quickly alleviate such conditions.
Immunity Diet Plans
The change in weather and endemics like COVID have re-inforced the need for a nutritious and balanced diet that replenishes the body with necessary nutrients and vitamins. A balanced and iron-rich diet can also address conditions like fatigue due to anemia as a result of Iron deficiency and/or natural blood loss during menstrual cycles. We also understand the protective function of zinc, selenium, iron, antioxidant vitamins (E, C, beta-carotene), probiotics, and protein while crafting the diets. Your body’s immunity depends on what you eat, how you eat, and when you eat.
A balanced and nutritious diet is vital for children’s growth. Children are frequently observed to have diabetes and obesity, which result from overindulgence and unhealthful eating habits. Accordingly, young children’s health may be impacted for the rest of their lives by eating well and leading a healthy lifestyle. However, encouraging children to eat healthily can occasionally seem like an uphill struggle. And that’s where we can help you by creating delicious and attractive menus for the palate, balanced and healthy.
Consuming meals high in proteins, carbs, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats are essential for a child’s nutrition. A healthy and balanced diet must also focus on food because each item has a specific ratio of macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals).
The kind of carbohydrates consumed matters more than their quantity since some carbohydrates, such as fruits, whole grains, vegetables (apart from potatoes), and legumes, are healthier than sugar, potatoes, and other carbohydrates-based items. Items made using white flour.
The bulk of a child’s diet after the age of one will consist of solid meals. Therefore, they must consume food from various groups to satisfy their vitamin and mineral requirements.
Young people (and adults) should generally have a diversified diet that includes a selection of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, proteins like fish, lean meats and poultry, eggs, legumes, nuts, and seeds, low-fat dairy products, and good healthy fats.
Children in school-age (6 to 12 years old) require wholesome meals and nourishing snacks. Children of school age are frequently more willing to consume a wider variety of meals than their younger siblings.