M.Sc. - Home Science (Food & Nutrition), Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition
94% (16 votes)
Dietician And Nutritionist.
Saba mam is extremely generous and patience in nature,she listens and understand the problem very careful and come out with the best solution she have. I have lost around 40 kg of weight because of her diet.
i used practo and my case was taken by the dr. saba shaikh. i wanted to loose weight. so she prescribed me the diet.. after that i lost 6 kgs in less then a month and i was a pcod and thyroid pateint so after my 6kgs weight loss i cured from both this disease now. i have taken her consultation once again to loose more some more 5 kgs .... ***** ** **** *** ** *** ****. you must try her consultation..
The doctor is great
Q: What does a nutritionist/ Dietitian do?
A: A dietitian/nutritionist is a specialist who is trained to plan your meal depending up on your health and nutritional requirements. He/she can guide you about eating right food in right proportions to achieve your ideal health status and weight.
Q: What is the difference between a Dietitian and Nutritionist?
A: A nutritionist that gets registered with Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) after qualifying a national level exam may legally declare themselves as dietitians or more precisely, registered dietitians (RDs).
Q: How will a Dietitian/Nutritionist be helpful?
A: Dietitian/Nutritionist could be helpful in controlling bad food habits and planning a right diet to control your blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and for achieveing and maintaining the right weight.
Q: When do you need to see a dietician?
A: You can see a dietician when you are feeling the requirement to reduce or increase your weight or keeping a check on some disease.
Q: What to expect on your first visit to a Dietitian/Nutritionist?
A: Dietitian/Nutritionist will analyse your medical history and medicines you take. He will assess how active you are. On the basis of all this data he will plan your meal according to your body requirements.