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Dt. Kausalya, Dietician Online
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Dt. Kausalya

Dietician

7 YRS Exp.

M.sc. Nutrition and Dietetics.

Starts at ₹ 250

Language

English, Tamil

Apollo Sugar Clinics, Ariyamangalam, Tiruchirappalli

Available in 1 min

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Ms. Suchanda Guha, Dietician Online

Ms. Suchanda Guha

Dietician

10 YRS Exp.

M.Sc (Applied Nutrition), B.Sc (Food & Nutrition), Diploma (Yogic Nutrition)

Starts at ₹ 950

Language

English, Hindi, Bengali

NutriKutir, Kolkata

Available in 1 min

Shwetha Yogesh, Dietician Online
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Shwetha Yogesh

Dietician

3 YRS Exp.

Msc Food science and nutrition

You pay 550

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Language

English, Kannada

Apollo Sugar Clinics, Padmanabh Nagar, Bengaluru

Available in 1 min

Available in 1 min

Preeti Lata Mohanty, Dietician Online
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Preeti Lata Mohanty

Dietician

2 YRS Exp.

Msc in Food science and Nutrition

You pay 600

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90

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English, Hindi, Bengali, Oriya

Apollo Medical Center, Marathahalli, Bengaluru

Available in 1 min

Available in 1 min

Ms. Malabika Datta, Dietician Online
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Ms. Malabika Datta

Dietician

17 YRS Exp.

Msc. in Dietetics & Food Service Management

Starts at ₹ 750

Language

English, Hindi, Bengali

Dr Utsa Basu Clinic, Kolkata

Available in 1 min

Ms. Ankita Das, Dietician Online
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Ms. Ankita Das

Dietician

10 YRS Exp.

M.sc.(Appiled Nutrition)

You pay 500

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30

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English, Hindi, Bengali

Dr Sinha Dental Clinic, East Midnapore

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Ms. Sreeparna Dey Dhara Deb, Dietician Online
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Ms. Sreeparna Dey Dhara Deb

Dietician

8 YRS Exp.

Master of science and dietetics

You pay 500

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English, Hindi, Bengali

Riddhi Clinic, Kolkata

Available in 1 min

Ms Subhati Talukdar, Dietician Online

Ms Subhati Talukdar

Dietician

5 YRS Exp.

Msc (Dietetics and Nutrition)

Starts at ₹ 500

Language

English, Hindi, Bengali

Diab-Eat-Ease, Barasat

Available in 1 min

Dr. Suresh G, General Physician/ Internal Medicine Specialist Online
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Dr. Suresh G

General Physician/ Internal Medicine Specialist

25 YRS Exp.

MBBS, MD

You pay 800

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English, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada

Apollo Clinic Bellandur, Bengaluru

Available in 1 min

Available at 12:40 PM

Ms. S N C Vasundhara Padma, Dietician Online
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Ms. S N C Vasundhara Padma

Dietician

16 YRS Exp.

RD, ( P.hd )

You pay 500

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30

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English, Hindi, Telugu

Apollo Hospitals Health City Unit, Chinagadila

Available in 3 days

Available in 6 mins

What is Dietetics?

Dietetics is the science of food and nutrition that deals with the study of how food affects the human body. The field of dietetics focuses on promoting good health through proper eating habits and nutrition. Dietitians are experts in using food as a preventive and therapeutic approach to several health conditions.

Who is a Registered Dietitian or Dietitian?

A registered dietitian, dietitian or nutritionist is a healthcare professional who has completed a specialised bachelor's degree in dietetics, completed an internship, and passed a national examination. They are also required to maintain their certification by completing continuing education credits.

Registered dietitians or dietitians have an in-depth knowledge of the science of nutrition and can provide evidence-based medical nutrition therapy. They work with individuals, families, and communities to promote good health through proper eating habits.

When Should You Consult a Dietitian?

Consulting a dietitian can be helpful if you have any medical condition that requires dietary modifications. Some of the common medical conditions that require consultation with a nutritionist and dietitian are:

  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Celiac disease
  • Food allergies
  • Cancer
  • Eating disorders
  • Kidney disease
  • Digestive disorders

A registered dietitian or a nutritionist and dietitian can also help you develop healthy eating habits and achieve your weight loss goals.

What Medical Conditions Do Registered Dietitians or Dietitians Treat?

Registered dietitians or dietitians can treat a wide range of medical conditions by developing individualised nutrition plans based on your specific needs. Here are some of the medical conditions that can be treated by registered dietitians:

1. Cardiovascular diseases: They can help reduce the risk of heart disease by recommending a diet low in saturated and trans fats, sodium, and cholesterol.

2. Diabetes: They can help manage diabetes by developing a personalised meal plan that takes into account your blood sugar levels, lifestyle, and food preferences.

3. Cancer: A registered dietitian can provide nutrition therapy to cancer patients to improve their nutritional status and enhance their body's ability to cope with the effects of treatment.

4. Gastrointestinal disorders: They can help treat digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and celiac disease by developing a diet that meets the patient's nutritional needs and minimises symptoms.

5. Kidney disease: A dietitian can help manage kidney disease by developing a diet that balances fluids, electrolytes, and minerals.

What Are the Different Types of Procedures Conducted by Registered Dietitians or Dietitians?

Nutrition and dietitian go hand-in-hand. Registered dietitians perform a range of procedures related to nutrition and dietetics. These procedures include:

1. Nutrition Assessment: They perform an in-depth assessment of your nutritional status by evaluating your dietary intake, medical history, lab results, and lifestyle factors.
2. Medical Nutrition Therapy: A nutritionist and dietitian develop a personalised meal plan that meets your nutritional needs and helps manage your medical condition.
3. Counselling: They provide counselling on healthy eating habits, food choices, and lifestyle modifications.
4. Education: They provide education on the role of nutrients in the body, food safety, and food labelling.

How Can I Consult a Registered Dietitian or Dietitian?

You can consult a nutritionist or dietitian in various ways:

1. Referral from your primary care physician
2. Self-referral
3. Online consultation

The Role of Registered Dietitians or Dietitians in Healthcare

Registered dietitians play an essential role in healthcare by preventing and treating nutrition-related health conditions. They provide evidence-based nutrition therapy, educate patients on healthy eating habits, and work with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care. By incorporating the expertise of a professional, patients can improve their nutritional status, manage their medical conditions, and enhance their overall health and well-being.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian?

A dietitian is a healthcare professional who specializes in the science of nutrition and diet therapy, while a nutritionist is a broader term that can refer to anyone who provides advice on food and nutrition, regardless of their qualifications or training. Dietitians typically have more extensive education and training in the field of nutrition.

Yes, a dietitian can help you achieve your weight loss goals by developing a personalised plan based on your individual needs and lifestyle.

No, a dietitian will work with you to create a balanced and sustainable meal plan that includes all the necessary nutrients without restricting food groups.

Right nutrition and dietitian can help athletes support their physical activity and enhance performance.

Nutrition plays a crucial role in overall health and well-being, including maintaining a healthy weight, reducing the risk of chronic diseases, and improving mental health.

MNT is a therapeutic approach that uses evidence-based nutrition interventions to treat certain medical conditions and improve health outcomes.

Yes, a dietitian can help you navigate your dietary needs if you have food allergies or intolerances.

A dietitian can develop an individualised plan to manage blood sugar levels by recommending foods that improve insulin sensitivity and reduce inflammation.

No, people of all ages can benefit from seeing a registered dietitian and nutritionist.

Look for someone who has completed an accredited dietetics program or has a degree in nutrition from a reputable university. It's also important to check for proper licensure or certification.