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Diet Chart

A diet chart provides a basic guideline regarding the foods to be taken. It is usually planned by the dietician after analyzing the person's medical condition. To prevent further complications of the disease or to maintain a healthy weight, a diet chart is designed by the dietician. Lifestyle disorders like diabetes and obesity can be avoided by following a healthy diet chart. The diet chart should include lots of vegetables and fruits, increased fiber foods with nuts. Sugary, fried foods, and carbonated drinks are avoided in the diet plans.

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How do I lose weight?

Query: Hi doctor,I am a 20-year-old female. My height is 5 feet 44 inches and I weigh 170 lbs. Actually, I used to take less food only. But, I do not know, how I am getting obese.One of my friends said that Garcinia cambogia is a good slimming product. So, before using that, I thought of consulting a dieti...  Read Full »


Manidipa Dey

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. You need to have low calorie, low carbohydrate and high protein balanced diet chart for your weight loss. According to your height, your ideal body weight should be 138 to 143 lbs. Diet and exercise both are important for the weight loss program. Exercise regularly...  Read Full »

Please suggest diet chart for patients with high creatinine.

Query: Hi doctor, I am 55 years old and I am a diabetic patient with high BP. In a recent test the creatinine, uric acid and protein found to abnormal. I have been advised the following diet plan like protein 0.03 ounces per pound per day, diabetic, low potassium, low urate and low phosphorus. I am a non-v...  Read Full »


Manidipa Dey

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. The following diet chart is designed for you according to your reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Please follow it properly. Wake up time - 7 AM. Breakfast: Milk - half cup (200 mL). Arrowroot biscuit - 1 piece. Oats - 3 to 4 tablespoons. Bo...  Read Full »

I have a gastric problem. What diet plan should I adopt?

Query: Hi doctor,I have a gastric problem. Can you suggest a diet plan to lose weight with consideration of my gastric problem? Please specify any precautions to be taken and mention the source of the food. I am attaching my medical reports, which I have done for the past six months.Thank you.  Read Full »


Manidipa Dey

Answer: Hi,Welcome to icliniq.com.You need to follow a high-protein, low-calorie, low-fat, and balanced diet. Do not skip your breakfast. To control gastric problems, you need to take food at the proper interval. Do not let your stomach empty for a longer period of time. For hypertension, avoid table salt i...  Read Full »

What food items should be included in a 6-month-old kid's diet?

Query: Hi doctor, My daughter is 6 months plus now. She has started with solid foods but because of being new mother I am mainly rely on books for her nutrition or diet. However I am looking for expert advice so that I can give her the best chart. Below I have explained her current routine. I am a working ...  Read Full »


Manidipa Dey

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. The diet that you are following for your daughter is quite correct. Few things you have to keep in your mind while feeding your daughter. Dilute the fruit juices with an equal amount of boiled water at the early stage. Gradually increase the amount of fruit juice and a...  Read Full »

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