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Dieting, dieting, dieting! Tired of hearing that everywhere you go? Thanks to UrbanClap that provides the best nutritionists in Delhi for all your demands. Be it about setting up a customized nutrition chart, or about a balanced diet plan for weight loss, or about how much of that delicious cheese you should eat, our experienced nutritionists in Delhi are always there on their toes for everything you need. Since we have the most experienced dieticians in Delhi and the best nutritionists in Delhi with us, we assure you the best. Say yes to UrbanClap!

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Top Recent Customer Reviews of Dieticians and Nutritionists in Noida
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    sapnna hired medical yoga & meditation
    5.0
    on 26 October, 2018

    She is an excellent human being and carries good knowledge of her domain. I would recommend her to as many as can connext with her. Highly understanding and reliable resource. For me, she has become my a total mentor. read more

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    vineet bajaj hired av diets and nutrition
    5.0
    on 12 October, 2018

    Awesome person who don't get angry even u missed and gets you back on track.. Best was when my maid left and I told her I need to quit.. anisha ensured that my diet becomes something what I can make or find easily.. thanks a ton for teaching me healthy eating and how good that can make you feel. Cheers :) read more

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    mehul manjari hired mansha bhardwaj
    5.0
    on 11 October, 2018

    She is simply awesome..Very friendly and helpful..always available for queries..Her diet is superb full of energy and healthy things. Thank u so much Mansha read more

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    shaivyaa gaurav mishra hired diet care 4 u
    4.5
    on 6 October, 2018

    I am working with diet care from last 1 month. Steadily and gradually it's reflecting on my body.. service is good .

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    jyoti sahay hired diet care 4 u
    4.5
    on 4 October, 2018

    Satisfied

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    anshul katiyar hired shikha srivastava
    5.0
    on 2 October, 2018

    I had a excellent experience with Shikha. Had immediate effect and the plan was easy to follow. She was proactive in following up and made changes based on my preferences or provided alternatives. I am very happy with the results. read more

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    Sector 21, Noida, India

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    Astha

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    Noida Phase-2, Phase-2, Noida, India

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    Booked on 13 December, 2018
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    Weight Loss

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    Sector 82, Noida, India

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    ajitesh

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    Weight Loss

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    A Block, Sector 49, Noida, India

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    Booked on 13 December, 2018
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    Sector 19, Noida, India

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    PRIYA J***

    Booked on 12 December, 2018
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    Block G, Sector 53, Noida, India

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    Weight Loss

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    Sector 120, Noida, India

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    Ankita S****

    Booked on 12 December, 2018
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    Gaur City 2, Noida, India

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    Block A, Sector 22, Noida, India

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    Deepali D********

    Booked on 11 December, 2018
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    Weight Loss

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    Female

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    Raipur Khadar, Sector 126, Noida, India

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Hiring Guidefor Dieticians and Nutritionists

Nutritionists in Delhi NCR

Any Delhite will have noticed a rise in obesity over the past few years among the city’s residents. If you think back to the 1990s of your childhood or the first decade of the 21st century, you will remember most people in the colony being quite fit and healthy. But as time progressed, more and more people seemed to be putting on weight. Binge eating and surviving on junk food now seems to be the norm. The fact that Delhi has some of the tastiest snacks in India also adds to the problem. All these reasons make a nutritionist necessary for us to get back our health. At UrbanClap, we bring to you a selection of some of the best dieticians in Delhi who can help you change your diet plan and revitalise your health. We will look at some of the top reasons why you need a nutritionist, common diet plans, understand how diet can cure health issues and things you ought to keep in mind while working with a nutritionist.

  • Get the Right Advice: Adopting a healthy lifestyle is more than just going to the gym regularly. If you have been following a traditional diet, drastic changes may be required. You can go online, ask your friends, or talk to your colleagues at work to find the secret formula that worked wonders for them. More often than not, you are likely to be thoroughly confused once you have read online articles and heard everyone’s advice. The amount of conflicting information is bad enough to give you second thoughts about changing your diet. If you type in ‘nutritionist near me’ you are likely to get dietitians who can help you get the right advice. You can also fill our easy-fill form to get a professional nutritionist to help you out.

  • Understand the Concept of Eating Right: A healthy diet is about more than balancing calories. If you do manage to come up with a plan of your own, it will likely have other shortcomings. Further, it is not always possible to buy the kind of food you need at a local market. Popular low-carb diets you may find online will recommend food that you will be hard-pressed to find in India, even in metros like Delhi. And even if you find them, you may not know how to cook or prepare them the ‘right’ way. Most food is edible if you boil it in water long enough though it is unlikely to be palatable even after adding copious amounts of spices. Does adopting a healthy diet mean sacrificing good taste forever? Is adopting a healthy lifestyle really this difficult? Thankfully, the answer to both these questions is ‘No’.

  • Analyse Your Current Diet: Consulting a qualified nutritionist can help you get through all the stages of changing your eating habits and even other lifestyle changes. The early period of determining what kind of changes you need to make, and even the realization that a transition is a necessity is usually referred to as the “contemplation” stage by experts. At this junction, a personal dietitian can help you analyse your current diet and figure out what it lacks or contains an excess of.

  • Get the Motivation: Even general discussions about how a healthy diet can help you to achieve your goals can have an impact on your decision about “going healthy.” Perhaps the most important discussion you can have with your nutritionist at this stage is about the kinds of food you are not particularly fond of. This will help you avoid the potential pitfall of adopting a diet you absolutely detest. A diet you do not like to eat will be quickly abandoned which means a lot of wasted effort and sends you back to square one.

  • Find the Right Diet and Exercise Plans for Yourself: Next up – the preparation stage. Simple as it sounds, this is where the root cause of most failed diets lie. As we noted earlier, there is simply too much conflicting information floating around. A qualified dietary nutritionist can help you navigate your way through this quagmire and come up with a plan that will suit you perfectly. You will be talking about concrete goals instead of your desires like you did in the previous stage. This will also let you account for the other aspects (aside from dietary changes) that you intend to change or transform in your life. These may include your gym routines or other fitness activities like Yoga, your work-life balance, and ensuring you have time for other pursuits including work. Alone, preparing for such seemingly drastic changes can be overwhelming. With a qualified dietitian to take care of a major part of the work, you will be set up for success.

  • Help You Get Started: The next stage comes while you are implementing your new plans. A nutritionist can help you monitor your current achievements and make alterations to your diet plan as required. It is important to be flexible during this implementation stage. Rarely does a plan come together perfectly – you may have underestimated your goals or you may be overachieving. Consequently, changes in your diet will help ensure you get adequate nutrition while embarking on what is most likely a fairly demanding new schedule. After the first few weeks, you will find your groove and your body will adapt to your new, healthier lifestyle. At this point, it is necessary to revisit your initial goals. Check your progress and compare your achievements with your predictions from the original plan. You will find that you need to alter your plans to some degree. Be sure to consult your registered nutritionist to ensure your new diet reflects your new goals.

  • Sticking to the Plan: As you grow accustomed to the process, adapting to and adopting minor changes in your lifestyle and diet will come naturally. At this stage, it is about perseverance – you will need to maintain the new healthy lifestyle that you have adopted. This maintenance stage is crucial since it is easy to fall back to old habits and lose months of progress in a matter of days. At some stage, your progress will hit a wall and not show any improvements. This results in feelings of self-disappointment, lack of trust in your own efforts and disillusionment. Such self-defeating thoughts plague the minds of the best athletes and as they would tell you, one should not feel discouraged. Regular consultations with a personal dietitian to track your progress will help you stay motivated and eager. The registered nutritionist may also be able to put you in touch with a support group that can help you weather the ups and downs that come with lifestyle changes.

As you learn more about the different types of diets, you may wonder if dietary changes can actually help cure diseases. This is a valid question since you probably hear a lot about it but much of that sounds too good to be true. We have tried to cut through the foggy information and bring you some facts about how diet can impact an existing condition, illness or disease.

  • Before your actual visit, you may be asked to keep a record of everything you eat. Do not forget to add any small snacks that you may have during this period. Also, do not simply estimate quantities. Be as precise as possible. Buy a kitchen scale if you must.

  • Like with any physician, be completely honest when answering questions about your food habits. You may feel guilty about eating a full tub of ice cream when you were trying to lose weight, but it should not stop you from disclosing it to the nutritionist.

  • If you plan to start exercising (or already do) along with making changes to your diet, do let the nutrition consultant know. They should be able to account for your additional needs.

  • Inform the nutritionist if you are allergic to some foods or dislike some particularly. They will be able to find alternatives that give you the same nutrients that you can still enjoy.

  • It is important to follow-up as you adapt to a new healthy lifestyle. As we had noted earlier, monitoring progress and making necessary changes to a plan is crucial for its long-term success.

Once you submit all the information (and depending on your choices), one or more of our qualified and registered dieticians will contact you within the next 24 hours. Transforming your life is easier than you may think. Do not let the magnitude of your eventual goal deter you from taking the first steps. Changing your diet and adopting healthy eating habits is the most substantial decision you can for your life.

With growing lifestyle diseases and more awareness of healthy eating even at old age, dietitians have become an invaluable part of our efforts to stay healthy and fit. These experts do what we try to do but are mostly unable to because of lack of information and to an extent, sustained effort. Most of us do not have an idea what suits us and end up eating what our family eats at home and what friends or colleagues eat outside. The pervasive presence of tasty junk food also ensures we do not stay on track despite best efforts. Let us look at some top reasons why you need to find a nutritionist in Delhi or elsewhere.

5 Most Common Diet Plans

What you eat has the largest impact on your health. No amount of exercise can overcome the ill effects of a bad diet. Nor will you be able to get into shape if you eat the wrong kinds of food. People who suffer from various diseases and conditions have to take extra care about what they eat. The quest to find the perfect diet could be quite difficult, as there are a lot of options. Here are the top five diets that are extremely popular among urban Indians intent on finding the best healthy lifestyle. Before you read any further, we would like to make one point very clear – NEVER start any of these diets without consulting a qualified and professional dietician or nutritionist.

Diet Plan # 1: Atkins

One of the earliest standardised nutrition plans, the Atkins diet has been around for decades now and even has its own website. In its original form, it was the centre of much controversy and falsely blamed for many nutrition deficiency diseases and symptoms in developed countries, even anorexia. The diet has been altered over the years and what you hear about now is the “New” Atkins. It works on the principle that lowering the intake of carbohydrates will force the body to burn its fat reserves for energy. On paper, this sounds great and initial results are always encouraging, if you can get past the nausea and constipation. However, this diet promotes eating processed meats, red meats, and a high salt intake. Even the Eco and Vegetarian alternatives have these problems. However, a more balanced version of the Atkins diet and a gradual supervised implementation could help you adopt it for a healthy lifestyle. The ability to include processed foods, which most other diets prohibit completely, does open up a lot of options for city-dwellers, particularly in metros like Delhi, where home-grown produce is a luxury.

Diet Plan # 2: Ketogenic

The Keto diet is similar to the Atkins in some ways. It relies on a high-fat, high-protein, low-carb plan. But consuming fat to lose weight? This seemingly paradoxical idea works by pushing the body to burn off its stored sugars and use the consumed proteins and fat for energy. This causes the digestive system to produce ketones and the body enters a state of ketosis. As long as you do not consume more calories than you can burn off, the diet will sustain your current weight. A slightly negative calorie balance can see you rapidly lose the weight from the excess fat in your body. Adapting to this diet is the single biggest challenge. In the first few weeks, nausea and indigestion are very common. Once your body gets accustomed, this diet is one of the easier ones to maintain. Going back to “normal” unhealthy food (aside from occasional indulgence) may actually make you sick so it becomes easier to continue with it. However, the Ketogenic diet was not designed keeping Indian foods in mind. Adapting the Keto diet to Indian cuisine can be a difficult prospect, particularly for vegetarians. However, with help from a qualified dietician or nutritionist, it is very much possible. Desi-Keto diets have been successfully adopted by many health enthusiasts.

Diet Plan # 3: Gluten-Free

More of a lifestyle choice than a diet plan, the gluten-free diet will cut out gluten containing products from your diet. This is a commonly prescribed diet for treating various diseases and conditions of the digestive system. Gluten is actually a “plant protein” that is found in grains like wheat, barley, rice, and rye, and the food made from them like bread and chappatis. Gluten is what makes most grains “sticky.” Gluten has been associated with a lot of digestive and nutrition related problems which made this diet very popular within a few years. However, adopting this diet can be a hassle for Indians since most of our staple foods naturally contain lots of gluten. However, cutting out gluten also reduces the amount of carbs while increase your fibre intake. This is the major beneficial aspect of the gluten-free diet. However, there are a few downsides. Self-planned Gluten-free diets could lack essential mineral nutrients like iron and calcium and important components of vitamin B like thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), folates (B9), etc. A professional dietary nutritionist could design a gluten-free diet that ensures that you do not miss out on any of the essential components of a healthy diet.

Diet Plan # 4: Alkaline

The alkaline diet is founded on the philosophy that most of our day-to-day foods produce too many acids in our body and must be replaced with alkaline foods instead to help restore its pH balance. However, experts will tell you that the body can regulate its own pH balance. Nonetheless, despite a somewhat questionable foundation, in practice, an alkaline diet does produce good results. This is largely because the diet forces you to cut down heavily on meats, processed wheat and other grains, dairy products, alcohol, caffeine, etc. It recommends that up to 80% of your diet consist of vegetables and fruits. The remaining is to be filled with nuts, legumes, and seeds. This is not just an abundance of ‘alkaline’ food but simply good eating advice. Even if you do not go the extremes suggested by the diet, adopting a more balanced alkaline diet prepared by a professional nutritionist or dietician will help you sustain your nutritional needs without the need for supplements.

Diet Plan # 5: Paleo

Palaeolithic means of or relating to the Old Stone Age, a period when humans had first started using stones and sticks as tools. The Paleo or Palaeolithic diet focuses on eating unprocessed and raw foods that early humans of that age ate. The diet has a lot of very loyal supporters though some argue that man’s eating habits have changed considerably over the last few thousand years, and can no longer support that diet. Despite these doubts, the Paleo diet does have some merits with its focus on unprocessed foods. A modified Paleo diet could work for you but you may have to depend on supplements to fill in essential gaps in your nutrition. A qualified dietician could help such prepare a custom Paleo diet for you.

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy is a relatively new concept that analyses a person’s lifestyle and their nutritional health. This is followed by a personalized nutrition treatment plan. A registered dietitian could set the entire plan in motion and have you on the path to a healthy life within days.

  • Diabetics have major restrictions on what they can and cannot eat. But the condition does not have to mean that you are incapable of leading a healthy lifestyle. With the appropriate diet designed by a professional dietitian, diabetics can lead an active, full life.

  • Autism and related disorders create problems for the person’s nutritional needs, particularly in young children. Parents can consult a nutritionist to help create a diet plan that can alleviate the problems while providing sufficient nutrition. A good diet itself can help with many of the symptoms of the condition.

  • Some relatively common conditions like constipation can be addressed with a high-fibre diet.

  • IBS and its variants can hamper one’s life to the point that it becomes impossible to lead a normal one. A well-planned diet is crucial to maintaining a full and healthy lifestyle for such patients.

  • While it is not a full cure, people suffering from haemorrhoids (piles) can receive a lot of relief from a change in their diet. This may help to the point that the patient may not require other forms of treatment.

  • Pre and post surgery nutrition is crucial for a full recovery. Dieticians will always plan out a diet that suits the patient’s needs and helps them regain their strength quickly.

  • Celiac disease was rare in India but is now slowly appearing in large sections of the population. People who have the condition should adopt a gluten-free diet.

  • Several hormonal disorders require you to follow a strict diet. A nutritionist can help plan out a diet for you that gives you enough variety so that you are not eating the same things regularly.

To get the most benefit from a nutrition consultant, it is essential to know what is expected of you as well as what you must expect of them. Keep the following points in mind when you set up your appointment.

Why Should You Hire a Nutritionist from UrbanClap in Delhi?

  • Experienced and Verified Nutritionists: UrbanClap ensures that our partners are not just experienced but also highly skilled with a track record to prove it. We aim to provide you with the best advice possible.

  • Comprehensive Packages: When you book an appointment through us, you are getting a comprehensive package that covers all aspects of your diet and allied lifestyle changes. At UrbanClap, we have you covered with two packages: the Standard Package that connects you to dieticians with at least 2 years of experience and the Progressive Package where you get very experienced nutrition consultant to help you.

  • Competitive Prices: Our prices are very competitive. As we mentioned, we offer two packages: the Standard Package with a dietician & nutrition specialist having 2 or more years of experience and the Progressive Package with very experienced dieticians. The former comes at a price of Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 3,000 per month, while the Progressive Package is priced at Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 4,000 per month.

To start the process, simply visit our website and click on the link for ’Dietitian’ under the heading ‘Health and Wellness.’ This will open up a small form after you select your region (city). Here are the steps to proceed.

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