Shwetha Bhatia – Mind Your Fitness!

Shwetha Bhatia

16th October 2020

Spine Health

Spine or the backbone is a vital flexible and strong structure of our body which protects our spinal cord and nerves as well as helps us […]
3rd October 2020

Heavy Metal Poisoning

The heavy metals most commonly associated with poisoning of humans are lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium. It may also occur as a result of industrial exposure, […]
28th September 2020

Heart Disease In Women

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)  has traditionally been seen as a “man’s problem”.  CVD is the leading cause of death in women too, worldwide. The misconception that women are […]
4th September 2020

The Skinny on Sweeteners in Ketogenic Diets

In terms of safety, most of these sweeteners have been found to be consumed within safe limits as per the acceptable daily intake (ADI) which measures […]
7th August 2020

Lactation Nutrition

Lactation is a calorie burning activity. In the past, mothers were told not to lose too much weight too fast after pregnancy because it was thought […]
7th August 2020

Covid19 and Breastfeeding

Breast milk is the 1st vaccine for your child. Available data shows vertical transmission of the virus is not possible through breast milk. However a positive […]
6th August 2020

Breast is Best

Breastfeeding is the best way of providing ideal food for the growth and development of the baby.   Breastfeeding recommendations Start breastfeeding within one hour of birth. […]
25th May 2020

World Thyroid Day

25th May is celebrated as World Thyroid Day to raise awareness among people battling thyroid disorders.  5 common thyroid diseases in India: (1) hypothyroidism, (2) hyperthyroidism, […]
19th May 2020

COVID-19 and Pregnancy

COVID-19 and Pregnancy If you are pregnant, you are more prone to getting infections and may have several questions regarding your pregnancy and baby. You As […]
14th May 2020

Nutrition Guidelines for Covid-19 Patients

It is evident that people of all ages can become infected: malnourished elderly people, with low immunity and patients with chronic diseases like diabetes have more […]
10th May 2020

The King Of Fruits: To Eat or Not to Eat?

With mango season around, it becomes hard to resist a slice. We recommend a low carb lifestyle and if you still are largely on a carbohydrate […]
7th May 2020

Managing diabetes during Ramadan

1. Risk quantification: Ideally, all patients should attend a pre-Ramadan assessment (6–8 weeks prior) with their doctor. Patients who fall in the ‘very high’ and ‘high’ […]