January 9th, 2014

Learn to Balance Your Plate

When it comes to a healthy diet, balance is the key to getting it right. This means eating a wide variety of foods in the right proportions, and consuming the right amount of food and drink to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. So how do you choose a healthy eating plan? No idea to define it right. Guardian Health Chronicle divides all the essential food that balance your plate into five groups. Read down… Fruit and vegetables are a vital source of vitamins and minerals. It’s advised that we eat five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables a day. Here are some simple ways to include fruits and vegetables in your diet: • Glass of fresh fruit juice with your

February 28th, 2013

Breakfast is Must For Your Health

How do you start your day? Hushing your alarm twice and then rushing to the bathroom to settle in 5 minutes to move?? Or you get up early and organized to start the day with a plate full of healthy heavy breakfast? Chances are that while rushing around in the morning, trying to get ready for work and get the kids off to school, and to settle other household chores, sitting down to a balanced breakfast gets pushed to the bottom of the priority list. But making it a habit will surely affect your health. With all other priority, morning breakfast is also very important to enjoy the bliss of healthy and happy life. Yes! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and if you still have any

June 7th, 2010

Diet Chart to Put on Weight

Age -32 YRS. Height-5’11” Body Weight-58KG Ideal Weight-77KG BMI-18.5 Early Morning after waking up–You should have a glass of water • One tea spoon Amla powder or Amla juice • 8-10 almonds and 5 black currants Morning Tea—Have one cup of tea with two slices of bread and butter. Breakfast fit for a king• You should have stuffed paratha of potato/onion/methi/palak/radish/cauliflower with curd or butter. • Alternately, you should have paneer cutlet and chutney or bread pakoda and chutney or egg omlette. Follow the breakfast with a glass of mango shake/ banana shake. Mid Morning -One serving of 2200 Weight Gainer (2 rounded scoop) Lunch—Chappati 3-4 •

May 17th, 2010

Diet Plan for Growing Children

Growing children—Growing children need extra nutrition. Often, mothers worry if the child is eating right and growing properly. Guardian Pharmacy’s nutritionist prepares a diet plan for growing children that will make lives of mothers simpler. What your child should have for breakfast? Any one of the below mentioned options……  Bread preferably brown with jam and milk   Boiled egg with milk Milk with cereal Cheese sandwich with milk Poha/ upma with milk Mid morning Fruit salad Lunch Roti or rice with dal, yoghurt and any vegetable Or Stuffed parathas Evening (Any one) Sooji porridge Banana shake Milk Dinner Same as lunch Give milk to the child post dinner.

May 17th, 2010

Diet Chart for Post Menopausal Women

Menopause is a state, which every woman has to undergo. This hormonal transition marked by cessation of menstruation requires special care and dietary modifications. Calories consumed 1800 KCAL in a day Milk 550 ml including tea, kheer and curd Paneer/ Egg 25 gm or one egg Bread/ Daliya 2 or a bowl of daliya Chapati 175 gm= 7 Dal 50 gm = 2 bowls Seasonal veg or green vegetables 500 gm Veg roots like potatoes 100 gm Fruit 200 gm Oil 3 table spoons Foods to Avoid Fried food items: puri, pakora, paratha and samosa Cold drinks, preserved juice, sugar cane juice and alcoholic beverages Foods You can Have Raw vegetables—salad—radish, cucumber, onion, tomatoes

May 14th, 2010

Diet Plan for Diabetics

Often diabetics feel that the diagnosis of this health condition spells an end to all good things in life. This is not true. Nutritionists at Guardian Pharmacy bring together an easy to adhere diet plan.   On waking up—Have water and do some physical activity. Morning—Tea/ coffee (without sugar for sure) Breakfast options (only one)  Daliya with vegetables  Sprouts (Moong, lobia, chana)  Brown bread sandwich with skimmed milk  Wheat cornflakes with skimmed milk  Besan cheela Mid-morning—Fruit chat/ coconut water Lunch Dal, roti & any vegetable barring potato or sweet potato Curd made with skimmed milk and salad Evening tea options (only one)  Tea/ coffee

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