Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Weight Loss Centres in Delhi

Often we blame our genes for being on the other side of the weighing scale. But, it is important to understand that obesity can be treated with the right diet plans and workout. Obesity means having extra body fat. It is usually a different stage where your weight may come from bone, muscles, body water etc. It simply means that the person’s weight is not equivalent to their BMI scale.

A good Weight Loss Centres In Delhi can help you get rid of your obesity and maintain your body weight naturally. You tend to weigh more when you start taking extra calories than required as per your daily calorie intake. There are various factors that affect your weight are overeating, physically inactive, high calorie foods and genetic disorders.  

Are you suffering from obesity? Do you wish to reduce those extra ounces to look beautiful on your best friend’s wedding? Following a strict diet and workout exercises will help you curb your appetite. We recommend you to keep a long term weight loss plan in order to lose weight naturally. You can simply contact the Best Dietician in Delhi to transform your health and well-being. 

You can also let them know about your mind goals and help them devise a reachable goal to keep you motivated throughout the weight loss process. It is vital to keep a realistic goal as it increases your confidence to move towards a healthy life.

If you are on a hunt for the best Weight Loss Centres in Delhi, then Nutrikalp is the perfect choice to help you get in shape naturally without using any supplements. The experienced team at Nutrikalp ensures that you are being treated with the best-in-class weight loss solutions at affordable cost.

Confidence play a vital role in that all so you should have enough confidence on yourself only then you can beat the darkness. You should try to thing positive and you have to need control on those kinds of food which is increase the extra fat. It would be not difficult for you because when you will join a weight loss centre then they will give you diet chart which would be help in great way for you.

You can book your appointment with the best dieticians at Nutrikalp today! Call now @ +91-9711595960 or simply visit their weight loss clinic.

Monday, 20 November 2017

Role of Phytochemicals as Anticancers Agents

Biologically active substances present in plants are known as phytochemicals usually present in plants foods and their sources. There is a wide range of epidemiologic studies to demonstrate a consistent dose-response relationship between fruit and vegetable for preventing Cancers.
Thus, fruits and vegetable act as a micronutrient and phytochemical to influence carcinogen metabolism and maintain DNA integrity.

Some phytochemicals and their sources are as follows:



Diallyl sulfide

Flavonoids  and phenols





Organosulfuric  compounds

Terpenes  and  monoterpenes

Dark yellow and orange and deep green vegetables  and fruits

Onion, garlic, chives

Parsley, carrot, broccoli, cabbage, cucumbers, yams, eggplant , beans, apples, radishes, berries, soya beans and products

Soya beans and its products

Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, sprouts, mustard, radishes

Whole grain products

Tomatoes, red grape, fruit, guvava, dried apricots

Garlic, onion, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflowers, sprouts

Citrus fruits, parsley, carrots, celery, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, tomatoes, mint

These agents have both complementary and overlapping mechanism of action, including the induction of detoxification enzymes which substrate for formation of antineoplastic agents, dilution and binding the carcinogen in the digestive tract, alteration of hormone metabolism and antioxidant effects.
Keep yourself healthy and know more about the best diet and nutrition programs at Nutrikalp today. Call now at: +91-9711595960 / 9999234772 to contact the top-notch dieticians for the best natural diets.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017


World Diabetes Day is celebrated globally on 14th November to increase the awareness of Diabetes. With lucrative campaigns, lectures, workshops and activities, this day is recognized to spread the message of controlling the diabetic condition of the patient and make them aware of the consequences to combat the effect it adds to your life. Diabetes is on increase in India. We all are surrounded with many disease and diabetes is top-most among them. Physical activity, exercise and healthy eating plays an important role in facilitating a good control of Diabetes.

Myths and Facts on Diabetes

Diabetics can eat wheat but not rice
Both have similar glycaemic index and raise the blood sugar to a similar extent. Wheat is more nutritious as it is richer in protein, fiber and B-vitamin.Rice is easier to digest because of its starch content, whereas wheat digests slowly. Wheat tends to keep you fuller for long that is perfect for all the weight watchers.

Fasting can be compensated by the next meal
Fasting can lead to hypoglycaemia. It is dangerous who are on oral medicines or insulin.

Diabetic diet is a special diet
This is a normal diet eaten regularly in moderation avoiding certain foods.
Fruits can be eaten in unlimited quantities
Citrus fruits and apples can be taken. Banana and mango are high in fructose when eaten in unlimited quantity.
Sugar must be avoided
Sweets where concentrated sugar and fat are used like mysorpeak are completely avoided. Permitted levels of 10g of sucrose can be taken.

Vegetables can be eaten in unlimited quantities
If eaten raw or with little fat or no coconut.
Avoid CHOs and fats
Take good CHOs and good fats.
Getting diabetes information is avalaible all over the Internet, but not everything is true. It is difficult to evaualte the truth, but we hope the above myths and facts was beneficial to maintain your health condition.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Celebrity Nutritionist in Delhi India

Transform yourself with the best Celebrity Nutritionist in Delhi, India

According to a recent publication in Journal Lancet, India stands on the 3rd position just behind China and US in the global list of top 10 countries that have a higher number of people suffering from obesity. In today’s fast changing world where people do not have time to concentrate on their health, the role of a celebrity nutritionist in Delhi, India plays a significant role to get in good shape. Nutrition and Exercise will help you achieve the best health benefits in a specific time period with utmost dedication and passion to lose weight.


Over the years, Nutrikalp and their dedicated nutritionists has helped a wide array of customers with different diet management perspective and disorders. People wish to achieve various fitness levels according to the preference and weight loss goals. Their experts have catered to many known personalities, celebrities, actors and sportsperson to get in the desired shape.

Achieve your weight loss goals with the best celebrity nutritionist today

The best Celebrity Nutritionist will help the customers to achieve fitness and sustainable weight-loss by combining various weight loss management techniques into one fitness package. Nutrikalp has a mission to not only serve famous celebrities but also cater to the urgent needs of people and transform their lifestyle in the best possible manner with effective weight management programs. 

If you wish to get the perfect look just like a celebrity, then be sure to book your appointment with the best celebrity nutritionist in Delhi, India today.  They will work with you to guide, motivate and help you achieve your ultimate weight loss goals. Get ready to bring sustainable changes in your life with a transformed personality and healthy body.

Call Nutrikalp at 9711595960 and get your one-to-one weight loss consultation today.

Sunday, 29 October 2017

Tips on How To Eat More Calcium

Calcium is important for healthy teeth and bones. It also plays a crucial role in the health and functioning of nerves and muscle tissues. Most Australians don’t get enough of this vital nutrient in their diet. 

Here are some tips on how to eat more calcium.

Include dairy products in your diet every day. Choose from milk, yogurt, cheese or milk-based custard.

Learn to love leafy green vegetables. Include a serve of broccoli, cabbage, bok choy or spinach on your lunch and dinner plate every day.

Eat more fish. If you can’t get fresh fish, eat tinned fish such as sardines or salmon with the bones left in.

Replace the meat in some meals with tofu or tempeh. Your family will enjoy the change and cut back on saturated fat is good for your health.

Snack on calcium-rich nuts like Brazil nuts or almonds. Keep a container of nuts and seeds with you and have a small handful as a daily snack.

Reduce your intake of caffeine, soft drinks, and alcohol. They all inhibit calcium absorption and should be used in moderation.

Sprinkle sesame seeds over vegetables or salads. Sesame seeds are easy to include in all meals and are high in calcium.

Try calcium-fortified foods for breakfast. Some cereals, fruit juices and breads now come with calcium added to the ingredients.

Educate your children on the importance of including dairy products in their diet. If they prefer soy milk, make sure it is fortified with calcium and encourage them to eat cheese and yogurt.

Choose lactose-free yogurts and cheese if you have an intolerance to lactose. These products still have calcium included.

World Stroke Day

World Stroke Day is observed on the October 29, each year. It is a condition where the brain does not receive enough oxygen or nutrients, causing brain cells to die. A stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident or CVA, occurs when part of the brain loses its blood supply and stops working.

Many factors can increase your risk of a stroke. Some factors can also increase your chances of having a heart attack. Potentially treatable stroke risk factors include:

Lifestyle risk factors
  • Being overweight or obese
  • Physical inactivity
  • Heavy or binge drinking
  • Use of illicit drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamines

Medical risk factors
  • High blood pressure
  • Cigarette smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Obstructive sleep
  • Cardiovascular disease

The best way to prevent stroke is by improving your diet.
  • Potassium-rich foods- Greens, beans, and sweet potatoes are excellent sources of potassium.
  • Magnesium-rich foods- Beans, leafy greens, and whole grains are all loaded with magnesium.
  • Nuts
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Greens
  • Oatmeal 
  • Sweet potatoes 
  • Banana
  • Chocolate 
  • Whole grains
  • Garlic 
  • Tomatoes

Foods to avoid if you want to avoid stroke.
  • High cholesterol foods
  • Salty foods
  • Dairy
  • Meat
  • Diet Soda

Saturday, 28 October 2017

Healthy Eating – School Lunches


School is a time when children start to make independent choices about their lifestyles. School-aged children learn quickly and are influenced by friends and popular trends. This is an important time to talk about and encourage healthy food habits. 

Involving children in planning and preparing their own lunchboxes gives them the opportunity to learn about healthy eating, and also gives them a chance to make autonomous decisions about what they will be eating during the day.
Here are some tips to remember during planning healthy lunch boxes for children are as follows:-

Involve your children in healthy choices:-

  • It is very important to Encourage children to help prepare their lunchboxes. Older children may be able to prepare most of their lunch themselves, and younger children can help with making sandwiches or cutting up soft fruit. 
  • It is a good idea to prepare lunchboxes the evening before to allow children to participate.
  • Write a shopping list together. Take your children shopping with you and let them choose foods and drinks from the shopping list.

What to put in healthier school lunches?

Try planning a healthy lunch box to start the school year. Talk to your children and discuss what they would be happy to have included.

  • Fresh crunchy vegetables fresh fruits.
  • Milk, yogurt or cheese (you can use reduced-fat options for children over the age of two years). For children who cannot tolerate milk products, offer appropriate alternatives like calcium-fortified soy or rice drink or soy yogurt.
  • A grain or cereal food like bread, a roll, flatbread, fruit bread or crackers (wholegrain or wholemeal choices are best).

Tips for healthy lunchboxes include:

  • Cut up large pieces of fruit and put them in a container – this makes it easier to eat, especially if your child has wobbly teeth or if they have less time to eat than they are used to. Send a damp face washer to help with extra juicy fruit.
  • Consider giving half a sandwich or roll for morning recess, as this is an easy way to get a healthy fill.
  • In the hot weather, send frozen milk, yogurt or water, or even frozen orange segments. This makes a great refreshing snack and helps to keep the lunch box cool.
  • Go for color and crunch in the lunch box by offering a variety of colorful vegetables and fruit.

There are many websites where you can find ideas for a healthy and interesting school lunch.

What not to put in healthier school lunches?

Some items do not belong in a healthy school lunchbox. Six items to avoid when preparing lunch for your children include:

  • All sweet drinks such as fruit juices, fruit drinks, cordials, sports drinks, energy drinks, flavored waters, flavored mineral waters, iced teas and soft drinks. These are high in energy (kilojoules) and sugar and can lead to weight gain and oral health problems in children.
  • Dried fruit bars and ‘straps’. These are low in fibre and are also high in sugar and can stick to children’s teeth, causing tooth decay.
  • 'Dairy desserts', chocolate bars and muesli bars. These are generally high in fat and sugar.
  • Chocolate spreads, jams and honey in sandwiches.

School lunches and food safety
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Food is usually stored in lunchboxes for several hours and it is important to keep the lunchbox cool so that the food stays fresh. Some tips to help keep lunchboxes safe include:

  • Choose an insulated lunch box or one with a freezer pack.
  • Pack a wrapped frozen water bottle or freezer brick next to foods that should be kept cold (for example cheeses, yogurts, meats, and salads).
  • Perishable foods such as dairy products, eggs, and sliced meats should be kept cool, and eaten within about four hours of preparation. Don’t pack these foods if just cooked. First cool in the refrigerator overnight.
  • If making lunches ahead of time, keep them in the fridge until leaving for school or freeze them in advance.
  • If you include leftover meals such as meats, pasta, and rice dishes, make sure you pack a frozen ice block in the lunch box.