M.Sc. - Home Science (Food & Nutrition)
33 years experience as Chief Consultant Dietician in Hospital settings and Out Patient Clinics.Medical Nutrition Therapy in Hospitals and Long Term Care Facilities: Prescribing diets to in-patients and monitoring their medical parameters.Planning Meal Programs (10-day menus ) for Diabetic, Hypertensive, Renal, Cardiac, Paediatric, Trauma, and Post-Surgery cases.Counseling in Out Patient Department.Conducting Seminars on Nutrition and Dietetics for Nurses.Organizing exhibitions and preparing Display posters on Foods and Nutrition for the general public.
B-88 , Shivalik ,Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Landmark: Near Wanna Party Shop Malviya Nagar, Delhi
Mon - Sun
02:00 - 08:00
she is really sweet and experienced. it was good to meet and consult her. I would really recommend her to anyone.❤
I had visited her for my on going issues with nutrition and diet.i must say her treatment and professionalism is impeccable. I already see improvement.
Very professional and answered all my questions. Her recommendations were very reasonable and it was easy for me to stick to the diet. I highly recommend Rashmi for weight management and healthy lifestyle guidance.
She was simply superb. She listened to my mothers problem patiently and understood her existing diet habits and then came up with pretty easy diet plan for her to follow. Would highly recommend her.
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.