Diploma in Clinical Nutrition
Ms. Sonal jain is a Dietitian/Nutritionist in Durgapura, Jaipur and has an experience of 8 years in this field. Ms. Sonal jain practices at Shree Sumangal polyclinic and Hospital in Durgapura, Jaipur. She completed Diploma in Clinical Nutrition from The IIS University, Jaipur in 2012.
Dr. Sonal helped me maintain a dietary regimen after quite a while. She explains everything in a straight approach, easy to understand and follow.
Dr Sonal is very calm and polite person..she listens to your problems carefully and then provides the solution accordingly...she gave me a diet which was very simple and pocket friendly unlike other dietitians..I could easily follow her diet..and I really thank her for helping me..
Amazing diet plans , very good communication , excellent services . I would definitely recommend it to my family and friends..
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Q: What does a nutritionist/ Dietitian do?
A: Nutritionists and dieticians are both healthcare professionals. They are nutrition experts who study the effects of diet and dietary supplements on one’s health and help people achieve their health goals via dietary and lifestyle changes.
Q: What is the difference between a Dietitian and Nutritionist?
A: Dieticians make nutrition and food plans to promote healthy eating. They work at colleges, and clinics, and conduct health and nutrition classes. Nutritionists generally do not undergo any professional physician training. Therefore, they do not diagnose or treat any disease, or prescribe any medicines.
Q: How will a Dietitian/Nutritionist be helpful?
A: Dieticians or nutritionists can help identify people’s health and nutritional needs. They also provide counselling to people about healthy eating habits and nutrition issues. They curate a nutrition and meal plan based on the body’s requirements and financial budget of a person to help achieve their weight loss/gain goals and health goals.
Q: When do you need to see a dietician?
A: If you have a family history of high blood pressure, diabetes or heart disease, you should see a dietician to reduce the risk of developing any of these chronic conditions by eating tailored meals. A dietician is also helpful if you have a food allergy or sensitivity to certain foods or you need to lose weight.
Q: What to expect on your first visit to a Dietitian/Nutritionist?
A: Generally, nutritionists or dieticians ask people to fill up a questionnaire with detailed questions about their eating habits. They also ask people to maintain a 3-day food journal to assess the eating habits and food choices of people. It also helps the dieticians or nutritionists gauge the diet lifestyle and current health status of people.