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Dietetics and Nutrition is a branch of medical science, which is related to the study related to food and its nutrition. When a person is not healthy, he needs the help of a dietitian. This is a part of the health and wellness branch and plays a vital role in the speedy recovery of the patient.

The person who takes care of all these things related to food and nutrition is called the dietitian. Nutrition and Dietetics is the science, which focuses on everything related to food and its effect on our health and overall wellbeing. Nutritionists and dietitians’ motive is to improve people’s health and help them make better dietary choices. They also help patients to find a balance between good eating habits and exercising as well. The Dietitian of Prasidh hospital plays a vital role in the speedy recovery of a patient.

When we are a patient, the food we eat has a significant impact on our health, according to a number of scientific studies. A few changes in diet could help prevent or control many health problems, including obesity, diabetes, and certain risk factors for cancer and heart disease. If we don’t take proper food, our recovery will not be in a good manner and speed. So, it is very important to contact a dietitian for healthy food.

Dietetics and nutrition is the science of how food and nutrition affect our health. The field of dietetics has a strong emphasis on public health and hence, commitment to educating all people about the importance of making proper dietary choices.

Dietitian nutritionists use nutrition and food science to help people in improving their health. Nutrition and dietetic technicians work together with dietitian nutritionists to provide care and consultation to patients.

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This is said that a healthy diet is essential for good health and nutrition. This protects you against many chronic non-communicable diseases, like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Eating a variety of foods and consuming less salt, sugars, and saturated and industrially-produced trans-fats, are very important for a healthy diet.

We, Prasidh Hospital, are the best hospital in Hyderabad. We always take care of our all the patients on a priority basis. Dietitian helps us not in recovering our body, in fact, people contact them for weight loss program also. They tell them proper diet charts according to their health and exercise schedule.

And when it comes to Prasidh hospital, we are having the best dietitian here in our hospital. They visit their patient on a personal basis and at a very reasonable price.

A healthy diet is a combination of several foods. These include:

  1. Staples like cereals (such as wheat, barley, rye, maize, or rice) or starchy tubers or roots (such as potato, yam, taro, or cassava).
  2. Legumes (such as lentils and beans).
  3. Fruit and vegetables.
  4. Foods from animal sources (such as meat, fish, eggs, and milk).


Professionals in the field of dietetics usually focus their efforts on specific populations, facilities, or initiatives, including:

  • Designing individual nutritional therapies to address specific health issues, like unhealthy weight, diabetes, or hypertension
  • Developing facility-wide nutrition programs for health care, education, correctional, and other institutions
  • To increase public awareness of proper nutritional standards and habits
  • To improve the accuracy and comprehension of food labels
  • To ensure the safety of our food supply
  • Researching how changes in diet (such as reducing salt intake in the food) affect health (by reducing blood pressure)
  • Working with food manufacturers to improve the nutritional quality of the food.

Here is some useful information, which is based on WHO recommendations, to follow a healthy diet, and the benefits of doing so.

Breastfeed babies and young children:

    • A healthy diet starts early in life - breastfeeding fosters healthy growth and may have longer-term health benefits, such as reducing the risk of becoming overweight and developing non-communicable diseases later in life.
    • Feeding babies exclusively with breast milk from birth to six months of life is important for a healthy diet. It is important to introduce a variety of safe and nutritious complementary foods at 6 months of age; while continuing to breastfeed until your child is 2 years old and beyond.

Eat plenty of vegetables and fruit:

    • They are very important sources of vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, plant protein, and antioxidants.
    • People with diets rich in vegetables and fruit have a significantly lower risk of obesity, stroke, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.


Eat less fat:

    • Fats and oils are good sources of energy. Eating too much, mainly the wrong kinds of fat, like saturated and industrially-produced trans-fat, may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.
    • Using unsaturated vegetable oils (such as olive, soy, sunflower, or corn oil) rather than animal fats or oils high in saturated fats (such as butter, ghee, lard, coconut, and palm oil) will help consume healthier fats.
    • To avoid unhealthy weight gain, consumption of total fat must not exceed 30% of a person's overall energy intake.


Limit intake of sugars:

    • For a healthy diet, sugars must represent less than 10% of your total energy intake.
    • Choosing fresh fruits instead of sweet snacks like cookies, cakes, and chocolate helps reduce the consumption of sugars.
    • Limiting intake of soft drinks, soda and other drinks high in sugars (such as fruit juices, cordials and syrups, flavored milk, and yogurt drinks) also helps reduce intake of sugars.


Reduce salt intake:

    • Keeping your salt intake to less than 5h/day helps prevent hypertension and reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke in the adult population.
    • Limiting the amount of salt and high-sodium condiments (such as soy sauce and fish sauce) when cooking and preparing foods helps reduce salt intake.

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