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Diabetes is a disorder characterized by hyperglycemia or elevated blood glucose (blood sugar).
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You are what you eat,’ goes the saying and therefore you try to eat healthy foods.
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Achievement
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Achievement of Dr.Sarita Dimri in the Field of Nutrition Are
 

Her services have been recognized by the corporate world and she has very successfully been able to have associations with various prestigious organizations like Taj Group of Hotels.

She has Organized workshops & lectures on nutrition and health related issues for clients all over India .

She has written articles related to amalgation of Diet & Alternate medicine which have been well received and published in reputed magazines of India like HEALTH, COSMOPOLITAN and GOOD HOUSE KEEPING.

Dr Sarita has also appeared on GOOD HEALTH shows on NDTV, E TV and DOORDARSHAN. She is a regular specialist on Nutrition and issues related to Ayurveda for healthy living on shows hosted on E TV .

She has successfully utilized her experience in providing nutritional guidance for sportsmen who have improved their performances in National and International events. To spread the message of wellness, she has organized various  diet related workshops in prestigious schools of Delhi and Indore.

 
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DR. SARITA DIMRI
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FOR WEIGHT LOSS

 
 
FIRST GET TYPED RIGHT
 

1. We all know that for healthy leaving we require as balanced diet constituted of protein, carbohydrates and fats, minerals, vitamins etc. Many people feel dejected when they try to follow a diet and it does not work. Usually there is frustration or depression sense of failure sets in. One does not need to despair as many diets fail not because of weak will power but due to basic incompatibility between the diet and the persons personality and lifestyle.

2. Ayurveda has considered about the diet in details. The “Ayruvedic” diet is one that not only nourishes the body, but also restores balance of “Tridoshas” whish is very much essential for maintaining health .Depending on our dosha, or constitutional type, some food can be beneficial and other should be avoided. These same food may have the opposite effect on our dosha. The science of ayuraveda teaches that right diet is the foundation of healing of maximum health and vitality; the ideal diet is one that balance our doshas.

3. So there is hope for you even if past diets have failed because there is always a diet there, that will work for you! Here is a brief exercise for you to find out your doshas. Once you are aware of your dosha’s follow the basic guideline for your diet and see how these brief types will help you maintain/loose weight.

 
SIGN OF YOUR BODY TYPE
 
VATA TYPE (TYPE ONE)
 
Talk fast and walk fast
Tendency of constipation and gas
Tendency of dry skin in winters
Tendency of put on weight if no time schedule
Enthusiastic and vivacious by nature
Learn quickly and forget quickly.
 
BASIC GUIDELINES FOR VATA.
 
Large amount of proteins and fats and medium amount of carbohydrates.
Foods to avoid-
Dry, rough, cold, bitter, pungent, astringent, very light or very heavy foods, raw foods, salads, dry grains, crackers, chips, processed foods, soft drinks and frozen foods.
Foods to Indulge in-

Oily, smooth warm, sweet, sour, cooked foods, root vegetables, oil and fats, soups, stew and hard drinks.
 
Pitta Type (Type II)
 
In activities tend to precise and orderly.
Tend to perspire easily.
Become irritable or angry quite easily.
Regular bowels.
Fond of cold foods and ice cold drinks.
Do not tolerate foods that are oily and spicy.
 
 
BASIC GUIDELINES FOR KAPHA
 

Foods to Avoid

Oily, cold, sweet, sour, salty, heavy foods, root vegetables, heavy grains excess diary/aiwal products/nuts, excess sugary foods and fried foods.

Foods to Indulge in

Dry. Light warm, bitter, pungent, astringent, easily digestible foods, cooked foods, diuretic grains, spices, light grains and legumes, light fruits and vegetables.

 
Healthy Diets
 

1. In nutrition, the diet is some of food consumed, by a person or other organism. Dietry habits are the habitual decision an individual or culture makes when choosing what food to eat. Although humans are omnivores, each culture holds some food preferences and some foods taboos. It is generally seen that individual dietary choices are more or less healthy.

2. So remember diet does not mean starving, but eating right food at the right time. A few tips are given below  for planning a healthy diet.

 
Don’t call it a diet. That smacks of deprivation and being unable to eat the things you crave. See a dietician and slowly start following a new eating plan that you can actually stick to.
Eat breakfast. This will prevent you from feeling you starved at 11 a.m. and eating kachori or samosa from office canteen.
Drink lots of water. It will cleanse your system and make you feel fuller.
Eat at regular intervals. Don’t wait until you are starving, because than you are more likely to overeat.
Eat slowly as it takes 20 min. for the signals from a full stomach to reach the brain.
Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Fruit will also prevent your blood sugar from falling.
If you really crave for something, have it in- moderation. If you are craving for a chocolate cake and you suppress it for five days, you are more likely to eat half a cake on Friday if you don’t have a small slice on Monday.
Don’t let your diet put an end to your social life. If you are invited to dinner, don’t tell the hostess what she can and cant cook. Just eat whatever there is in moderation. Or else eat at home beforehand and just taste everything. When going to a restaurant, get a salad or share something with another person. Don’t make your diet everybody else problem. You might not get invited again.
Don’t snack while doing other things like watching TV or cooking.
Low calories does not mean to have tasteless. Experiments with condiments and spices to make your food less bland.
Plan to have mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks of fruits or whole wheat cakes or less calories bars. Make sure that you have these readily available.
Remember that your calories requirements increase when you are premenstrual, but than, so does your metabolism, so don’t punish your self too much.
Limit your alcohol intake, as it stimulates your appetites. If you really want to drink something, stick to dry white wine.
Learn to reward yourself with things other than foods, such as a new book, a movie or a nice magazine.
Don’t obsess about food and what you should and should not eat. Say to yourself that if you really want something you can have it, so you wont think of food all the time. There is nothing more boring than someone who can speak about nothing else then the diet they are on. Except perhaps someone talking about there dreams.
Don’t give up on your new eating plan, because you ate something about which you felt guilty. What is really important is what happens the majority of the time, so if you stuck to your eating from Monday to Saturday don’t abundant all effort, because you ate chocolate mousses at Sunday lunch.
Brush your teeth often when your mouth feels fresh, you are less likely to be tempted to snack.
Accept that there may be psychological reason why you have a tendency overeat. Go and see a counselor.
Diet does  not mean starving it is eating right food at the right time.